Images via Pinterest
I am loving the 70’s trend at the moment. Not that I’ve jumped on the bandwagon but just because I like clothes. I was browsing through Pinterest looking at outfits from the 70’s and thought I ought to share some of the things I came across.
So, what do you think of the 70’s trend revival?
So these are my little bags.
They were all very inexpensive with prices ranging from £3.50-£5.99.
I still haven’t figured out how I’ll sign off at the end of my posts, how about…
Just a few things I got on some of my recent shopping trips.
The black shorts were £4 from Primark as part of there workout range, however I didn’t get them for exercise instead I plan to wear them under short dresses in the summer.
The skirt was on sale for £5 in h&m as I was browsing through the print caught my eye.
Lastly the cropped cami for £1.99 also from h&m which I plan to wear with skirts and under sheer tops.
Images via Pinterest
I’ve never been a big fringe fan but apparently it’s on trend this year. That being said I feel like it is a trend I might try in 2015 because I’ve only ever had 1 fringe item and that was 7 years ago.
I think I’d quite like a bag as it is not as dramatic as jacket or a skirt. Earrings (like the ones above) are also great because they are pretty subtle and probably more versatile than a yellow jacket.
I think it is nice to have staple pieces to get you through the season for me it has been this scarf. I bought it towards the end of last year from Primark for £5 and I have been pleasantly surprised.
I have been wearing it all the time which you will soon see in upcoming outfit posts and it really does keep me warm (gotta love synthetics!). The colours on the scarf go really well with a minimalist palette of black, blue and grey but also with shades of red.
ADELE CROC LOCK SATCHEL
LEENA ZIP HANDBAG
AMBER GRAPHIC PRINT PENCIL SKIRT
LOLA STATEMENT BLACK TOTE BAG
DIANNE LUXURY SHOULDER TOTE BAG
Just over a month ago I received a really nice email from Iram the founder and director of Fawn Clothing, a UK based online store. I hadn’t heard of Fawn before so I headed over to fawnclothing.com to take a look.
In all honesty a lot of the clothing wasn’t really to my style however I did really like the selection of handbags they had. The skirt isn’t something I would usually like but I found that the pattern just caught my eye and I really like it quite a lot (I may have to invest in a patterned pencil skirt).
Images via fawnclothing.com
I was neither paid nor compensated to do this post.