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Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Pink for a change!

Hey all! I'm trying to make the most of this gorgeous weather by trying to go outdoors as much as possible. Even just sitting outside in the garden for an hour is so uplifting and today there has been a rather pleasant breeze. Life is good *thumbs up* 
So recently I got sent this AX Paris top to blog about. Now that I have blonde hair, I have taken a liking to the odd pink product, and this has been one of them. I love the high neck design and the floaty material. It's different and easy to wear with a pair of jeans, or it would look lush with a mini or midi skirt for a special occasion. They do it in navy blue also, but I wanted to wear a spring pastel colour for a change. 
The top then went great with my new Topshop sandals! They do this style in black, mint and yellow. I can't believe how comfy these shoes are to walk in! I love the strappy design and the nude colour makes these versatile and easy to wear. I admit I did feel rather girly in this look!! It isn't a bad thing, just different ^^ 
H&M Sunglasses right now are awesome! They have so many different lens colours and I thought aviators would look great just to add some edge. 
The River Island suede jacket has been a favourite of mine since I first set eyes on it at their Press event months ago! I love the trench design and it's super light weight. Some people might like that, but then I can also see people thinking it isn't worth £150 for such thin material. Anywho, I just thought it looked nice to have resting on the shoulders. 
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Top (*) - AX Paris | Jeans and Sandals - Topshop | Sunnies - H&M | Jacket - River Island | Bag (old, similar here) - Accessorize

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3 comments

  1. I love the Spring colour palette! Pink really suits you!

    Zandra // AZTEC DOLL Fashion & Beauty Blog

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  2. I love your top. It's perfect for both office and cocktail. And it's pink, of course! Lovely.

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