Hi everyone, I have been a bad blogger recently as I have just moved back up north for my final year at university so it has been rather stressful what with packing and unpacking bits and bobs, but I am now ready to get back into the swing of things!
I hope you are all well, I am very grateful to everyone who has continued to read the blog whilst I have been away, I know it is a pain not to get regular posts but sometimes it just can’t be helped but I have now tried to schedule time in so that I can keep up to date with you all!
Moving on, this weeks fashion post is all about Dorothy Perkins. Now that might not be a brand you think of immediately when thinking about new fashion but after seeing an advertisement in a magazine I recently bought I feel as though Dorothy Perkins have upped their game some what.
I have bought bits and bobs from here in the past but it’s never a shop I am dying to get into on a day out shopping but whenever I go in there normally always is something I like. They have very good accessories and shoes, and I just adore their bags.
I thought I’d put together a few pieces together from the website just to give you a taster of what is to come from them and so you can see what sort of things they have for autumn / winter. They also have an extra 20% on all knitwear both online and in store so make sure you stock up on all the essentials before the cold hits!
I have a bit of a thing for statement stud necklaces at the moment and this one is a beauty! They also do this necklace in gold and either would look perfect over the top of a chunky knit jumper.
This cream lace tee would look great dressed down with some jeans and a leather jacket or dressed up with leggings, heels and of course some statement jewellery.
I adore this bag! It is everything that to me makes a perfect bag. It’s quilted, black and has gold hardware on it…. perfect!
This dress would be amazing paired with tights, heels and a leather jacket.
Everyone needs a good winter coat and this coat would provide both warmth and style for those chilly months.