Dorothy Perkins black top / Steffen Schraut long sleeve button up shirt / Topshop grey skinny pants / Lipstik mid heel shoes, $38 / Miss Selfridge hinged bangle / ASOS wide band ring / River Island gold tone jewelry, $19
Hola, hello there, bonjour, welcome!
Do you know what kind of annoys me slightly about Polyvore? The prices are in dollars for all our American friends but not in pounds for us! However, I'm sure you can find out how much they are on the websites.
How are y'all doing? (I sound like a hillbilly).
I think I've found a staple accessory item that you might see on every single outfit post from now on and its the rings that I am yet to purchase but I will soon, just you wait and see blog, just you wait and see.
Onto the actual topic...of the outfit. This blazer is just, perfecto. I've been looking for a decent priced longline blazer this week to compare with others because the prices of them are quite high if you want them in a good quality that'll last long. I'm not going to say its the cheapest of items but with student discount it knocks a bit off the price. The retail price is £43 and then 10% or 20% off slightly lowers the price, its only a couple of pounds off which could be spent elsewhere so its a bonus in that sense.
The white top that I've picked is extremely expensive, in no way does that mirror how much I would spend on a white collared top in reality but it was the first one that caught my eye. I didn't want a really flowwy or chiffon type, I wanted a bit more of a thicker (?) type if that makes sense people. I can't quite put my finger on the material I'm thinking of but its not the see-through type, so anything of the opposite.
The pants from Topshop are also quite expensive, around £50 - you see, I would only buy these if I knew I was going to get a lot of wear out of them and before I buy them I would have to think about all the different outfits I could make up. This is what happens when you're on a not so great part-time wage, you have to think about it and not impulse buy which is crap but hey, that's life when you're seventeen!
The shoes just reflect my personal outlook on boots at the moment. I'm loving the buckle detail on most boots and that's attracting me to buy a pair of something similar to these in this post or maybe with a little chunky heel...I'm not too sure about that one yet. I do like them, don't get me wrong, but a lot of people are wearing the shoes in a really strange way so I'm not quite sure yet.
That's all for today bloggerz (do you say zed or zee when pronouncing the letter 'Z'? I'm pretty much asking if you're American, British or weird), I'm off to do some coursework. Goodbye x