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Monday, 7 September 2015

They Always Come Back...


I wasn't sure if I was going to bother posting this outfit from last week as there was a massive change in the weather and I thought an outfit consisting of a short skirt and bare legs would be totally irrelevant.
Seeing as its now warmed up slightly (good old England!!) and for me this was one of those looks that I just loved wearing, I thought it would be rude not to share.
Now how many of you rocked the A-Line denim mini early 00's and then binned it when you wouldn't be caught dead wearing one?......I'm guilty!! Me and my mum have had this conversation a few times recently '' We should really hang onto Denim, Suede & Cord pieces as they always come back.'' So this H&M number is sticking around for good.
On to the shoes........
Lets just take a moment to admire theses lace up babies. Yes I am still loving the lace up trend. You may have seen my Left My Heart In The Sky... post ft. the flat version, well these are basically the heeled version with a high back making them look a little like an ankle boot. I love the 60's style heel and the fact that they can be laced higher up the ankle.
Definitely going to be my go to Autumn shoe as they will also look great with tights when it gets a little colder


Top- Zara
Skirt - H&M
Shoes - Zara
Bag - Zara
Lipstick - Illamasqua in Shade 'Shard'

4 comments:

  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE this outfit, I've been lusting over those zara shoes for ages and they look sooo nice on you! You're also really pushing me to get a blue denim skirt!

    Made In The 1990's.

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    1. Thank you. So was I, I had to go on a bit of a mission to get them. You should get one hun. I love them with cosy knits. x

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