Every single week I order from ASOS, I’m addicted. But I really needed something to wear to a horse racing ladies day, so I’m hoping this dress is okay, opinions? I’ve never been to the races before! The rest of the clothes are for me to take to London during London Fashion Week, square print is bang on trend so hopefully I can tuck this blouse into the skirt for a clashing effect.
P.s ASOS is a dangerous place.
Got no pictures of me at my heaviest and no recent ones either so these will have to do. Probably around 3 stone loss between these pictures. That dress is a UK 16 and the skirt on the right is an 8. Anyone want any advice or got questions then please don’t hesitate to ask. I know there’s loads of health blogs out there but I really want to help people the right way and make it an easier process :)
This has nothing to do with fashion, but I love this picture I took whilst in Amsterdam. Drunken starfish.
Everyone needs a plain tee. Thrown on with a pair of ripped black skinnies with birks or heels for an understated yet chic look.
(Source: juicydistortion, via juicydistortion)
Absolutely love the whole ‘boho’ look at the moment, even if it’s not sunny enough for me to wear any of my shabby chic clothes. This dress is an absolute stunner, wish I could find where it’s from!
(Source: happilygrey.com, via laceyqueen)
Currently got a new job at River Island, so a lot of clothes that i’m going to post will be from there, although it’s funny because I never shopped there that much before.
So, last night was my boyfriends 21st birthday, so we went to a Brazilian buffet which included 15 different cuts of meat which they come around with on skewers, so I probably shouldn’t have worn these trousers (which were a size 6 may I add, whereas 2 years ago I was a 14). Also it was a bad choice wearing white, but I managed to leave with no marks, success!
Shoes (RI): £50