L.O.V.E

Just when I got back in to the routine of blogging regularly, life comes along and takes over! If I’m not bringing work home in the evenings, I’m falling asleep on the sofa before bedtime. When I’ve been raring to go with outfit photos, the heavens have opened and the rain has poured, so it felt so good today to finally get back out and about and do some blogging!

Today I wore this comfy combo of ripped knee skinnies, crisp white shirt and my new favourite knit from Tokyo Laundry thrown over the top. You may have also noticed a change in my hair since the last time you saw me! I bit the bullet and went for the chop, opting for a mid length bob  that sits just above the shoulders, with my ombre lightened slightly at the ends. My hair was ridiculously dry, frizzy and split before the cut from all the bleaching my hair has gone through over the past couple of years, so getting it cut off feels so much better!

Jumper – Tokyo Laundry*

Shirt – H&M

Ripped Jeans – H&M

Boots – ASOS

Bag – Warehouse

Rings – Peculiar Vintage at Jewel Street* and Pandora

Hat – Primark

I’m also in love (get it?) with my beautiful rings that I was kindly sent by Peculiar Vintage at Jewel Street. The Sula stacking rings are handmade, and have a really delicate hammered finish, each engraved with an initial, spelling out ‘Love’. How sweet?! I’ve been wearing them stacked up on one finger but they look just as lovely across four fingers. I love how they’re different tones of silver and gold too, which makes them all the more beautiful and means they will go with whatever other jewellery I decide to wear! 

What have you all been up to lately? Hope you’re all well!

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  1. March 15, 2015 / 10:05 am

    Oooh your hair looks fab! I really really need to get back into doing outfit posts but Preston weather is so unpredictable!
    See you tomorrow 🙂
    x

  2. March 15, 2015 / 11:07 am

    In love with this outfit Claire, so chic yet effortless and cool x

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