Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Monochrome OOTD.

This morning I had Uni and then headed into town to shop for an upcoming haul. I overslept and had to throw this outfit together including hair and make-up in 15 minutes so I'm pretty happy.

This Zara playsuit is over-layed by a skirt so it looks like a dress, but it isn't. Good job too since it pretty windy outside! The sunglasses may be pretty unnecessary but I was feeling very sassy.

I added pink and turquoise hair chalk also to modernise the overall look and add a pop of colour.

Also these shoes are I LOVE THEM SO MUCH. They're very similar to those on but they're £18 From Primark; there was a choice of silver, black or white.

Peace out.

Playsuit - Zara
Jacket - Vintage
Shoes - Primark
Bag - Primark
Sunglasses - Chanel
Scarf - Alexander McQueen
Tights - M&S


Tuesday, 25 February 2014

February Blues OOTD

All navy errr-y-thang. 
So, as you know the weather here in the UK is pretty dreary. However, there was a dash of sunlight today so of course the shoulders, sunnies 
and hat came out. Typical Brit behaviour really.

This cable knit tube top by Ralph Lauren is absolutely gorgeous. I picked it up from Cheshire Oaks outlet for 60% off! It's really thick so keeps you nice and warm whilst your shoulders are exposed.

These Primark jeans are my favourite at the moment, super stretchy and comfortable. The colour, wash and style is super duper flattering and they were only £10.
The kimono style cardigan is unbranded from COW, a second hand clothing store. Its made from thick wool but wears very light and the bell shaped sleeves regulate your body temperature, letting the breeze in. I wore this a lot in late Summer but decided to bring it back for this look.

You may have noticed that I NEVER usually wear hats, but this Winter/Spring I've been wearing them like they're going out of style. Bobble hats, floppy hats, trilby hats- I'M OBSESSED, especially when my hair is being stubborn.

Hope you enjoyed this extremely weather inappropriate outfit choice. See you soon,

Hat - H&M
Tube Top - Ralph Lauren
Jeans - Primark
Cardigan - COW
Sunglasses - Primark


Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Earth Tones OOTD.

Quick outfit of the day post for you on this cold crisp day.
Similar to my last post, this slouchy look is perfect for me at the moment. 
Style & comfort = Happy Hannah. 

Throwing a plaid shirt around your waist can totally transform this look if you fancy wearing it two days in a row! (I won't tell anybody..)

These drop crotch trousers came with braces attached which I did not enjoy, hence why I cut those suckers right off! They are quite large fitting on the waist so they will require a belt.

Hope you enjoyed this look, I'm having a very slouchy week. 
See you soon, chicas!

Top - H&M
Bottoms - Zara
Belt - Primark
Boots - Primark
Plaid shirt - Topshop

Monday, 17 February 2014

Big Comfy Jumper OOTD

Can you believe that this entire outfit costs less than £25?
Everything in this look is from Primark and I LOVE IT.

This has been my go-to jumper for the past 3 weeks. The predictably miserable weather in the UK has been hanging around for what seems like 5 years and this calls for a trusty over sized jumper you can snuggle up to on those cold Winter nights (and days.) I have well and truly worn it down to the point where there are large holes throughout. Is it bad that I feel that adds to the charm of this dishevelled oversized jumper?

To maintain the femininity I like to believe I incorporate in all my outfits, I have been pairing this with a pair of simple dark denim skinny jeans and glitter wedges. I always find that cheap jeans are better for this relaxed look, here's why.. Cheaper jeans (like these) are often a mix of denim with a high content of elasticity material such as spandex. This makes the jeans cheaper to manufacture and also stretchier which is perfect for me - Nothing grates on me more than tight jeans digging into my stomach when I sit down.
They wear more like leggings than thick jeans (but without the wrinkles that jeggings produce in the most unflattering areas.)

The shoes are also some cheap wedges from Primark that I drowned in glitter. 
These will glam up even the most relaxed of looks.
I will link a video on how to make your own below. 

Anyway, thank you for visiting. 
See you again soon,


Jumper - Primark - £10
Jeans - Primark - £8
Shoes - Primark - £6 (sale)

DIY shoes:
Lookbook including this look:

Saturday, 15 February 2014


Want a limited edition jewel collection ghd air hairdryer for free? *breathes*
Of course you do. The rules are simple.

All you have to do is watch this video and follow the instructions..
I am hosting this giveaway as a way to thank all the people who have ever watched a video or read a post of mine. So thank you!

Plus, just for you lovely blog readers, you get an EXTRA (x2) entry if you 
+1 this post on google+. AND/OR follow me on google+ (here).
The more entries you have - the better chance you have of winning..
Simple as peas. 

I will be choosing a winner at random when I reach 60,000 subscribers over on my YouTube channel.

Good luck, Chicas.
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