Merci beaucoup toBlue Vanillafor this little tile-print, sixties style, collared dress.
It's pretty much ideal for the Autumn months as it boasts quite a thick material and sits well with a pair of black tights, unlike a lot of dresses.
I've had a lot of compliments on this rucksack. I must admit I was surprised how strong Primark's bag game is. Just a little after payday I walked out with three new bags, that I definitely didn't need but couldn't leave without. This shopper bag/rucksack hybrid was definitely one I couldn't have left without. It was only £10 and although it's available in black too, there was just something about the blue that looks a million times better.
A change in season, means a change in wardrobe, which after months of skipping around in sundresses and kimonos leaves me a little overwhelmed. How the hell do I dress for this dreadful, torrential weather, whilst at least attempting to remain in good form? I've been scouring the internet for any sort of styling inspiration and also dabbling in a little internet shopping here and there. It was during one of my online window shopping missions I discovered the lookbooks over at Simons.
Now I've never been one for androgyny; I love a floaty dress too much. However, their Autumn Winter collection and lookbook has got me itching to try it. I envy the laidback, cool vibe this girl gives whilst wearing a pair of slacks and fedora!
What do you think of the androgynous trend? Is it for you?