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I am going to put ALL my clothes in this little box.

27 Mar

I turned up to Benny’s work today in my new favourite outfit – see below – and his work collegue said to him “You could never live with her – the fashion Police would wake you up every morning.” Any normal person would take that as an insult, but i’m not normal so thanks Michael for the compliment :D.

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Leopard print faux Raybans: €3 – Viareggio market stall.
Grey studded leather jacket: £15 – Matalan.
Black T: £3 – Primark.
Thick gold necklace: £2 – Matalan.
Vintage belt: £1.95 – Charity Shop.
Satchel: £2.95 – Charity Shop.
OTT skirt: 50p – Charity Shop.
Faux white converse: €15 – Shoe shop in Florence.

Gosh, my hair is very blonde isn’t it? – those big bad black roots need sorting out though asap. Somebody give me money to do so pretty please.

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Hee-Haw.

9 Mar

I walked through the door after an uber long day at University today to find my dad dressed up to the nines as a rhinestone cowboy…

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Teddy Boy Jacket: 112759 Italian lira (about £50) – Designer shop in Italy back in the day.
Cowboy Shirt: £5 – eBay.
Jeans: £4 – Primark.
Black Cowboy Boots: £9 – Camden Market.
Cowboy boot bolo tie & Eagle belt: borrowed from a mate who is a country and western performer.

I fully expect to wake up tomorrow morning and find a saddled up horse in my back yard.

Double Denim.

17 Feb

Again I have no idea what this look is about – old school gypsy-esque perhaps? little girl lost in a charity shop? attacked by the most random clothes in my wardrobe? – whatever it is I LOVE it and I wish I could wear this outfit every single day but you know me, I can’t even wear the same outfit twice in one month or the world ends! – gosh people i’m only trying to save the world!

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Scarf used as a hair bow: £1.99 – H&M.
Leopard print T: £1.49 – YMCA.
Denim gillet: as seen in this blog.
Denim hotpants: £1 – Teesside Hospice.
Elephant bag: £5 – no i’m no going to tell you.
Heart ring & Eagle ring: £2 each – Primark.
Bracelets: no idea – mixture of presents, Italian market stalls. The studded one at the bottom (or top) was 25p from some charity shop in Stockton.
Black Boots: £2.49 – YMCA.

A bit of advice from me to you. Next time you’re off bowling don’t wear micro denim hotpants as they are terribly restricting when it comes to celebrating strikes and going on the dance machine.

Newcastle Blonde.

1 Feb

I don’t know what I would call this style so lets go for crazymothafu***mongface. But I do love it and I am wearing all of my absolute favourite items of clothing in one hell of a mess look so it’s all good in the hood bizzatccheezzz.

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Bowler hat: £5 – Stiches.
Glasses: £1 – Primark.
Jumper:£1 – Charity Shop.
Fantasy Fur Coat: £5 – Charity Shop.
Denim shorts: Cast off from Benny I believe which I cut up to micro size naturally.
Love Heart Tights: £6 – Topshop.
Studded Ankle Boots: £15 – that shop that isn’t Garage but near there.
Nude Satchel: £10 – Primark.

As you can now see in the above picture I am a blonde, have I got any dumber? – yes, that bleach must kill millions of brain cells.

Hat full of stars.

14 Dec

Oh, I really hate this snow now! No not because of the cold or the fact that I’ve slipped over about 10 times but because I have had to wear the same shoes every day with all of my outfits!!

As far as wellies these are a-okay but big black rubber boots simply don’t look good with a micro mini skirt but they are a necessity in this crazy-ass weathers so I’m going to have to put-up and shut-up.

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Bowler hat: Stiches (fancy dress shop) – £5
Tweed blazer: Charity shop – £4
Camel blouse: Charity shop – £1
Black bodycon skirt: H&M – £7.99
Wooly tights: Primark – £2
Wellington boots: Primark – £10

I feel like a proper englishman in my tweed blazer and bowler hat – “Good afternoon to you Sir.”

Wes Brown Syndrome.

18 Nov

Yes I am currently suffering from that embarrassing disease of Wes Brown-avitus. My skin and hair have blended all together into one colour! – time to dye my locks I think, but what colour? – red, blonde, black, vimto? – the possibilites are endless, but all I do know is that I need it transformed ASAP before I am one block of beigey/brown-ness.

Anyways, less about my scary syndrome and more about my fashion…

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Leather Jacket: Topshop – £30 (god, I have had a lot of wears out of this jacket – well worth the money.)
Oversized Camel Blouse: Topshop £40 – I JOKE, I JOKE! £1 – Charity Shop. (but really they are this expensive in Topshop – its quite sickening TBH )
Necklaces: Various places – £2 – £4.
Dark Denim shorts: Charity Shop – £1.
Studded Barrel Bag: Primark – £9 – IKR WTF?! – but I did desperately need it and its the perfect size so the amazingness has balanced out the OTT price.
Woolen Tights: Primark – £2.
Black Brogues: Primark – £8.

A piece of advice from me to you: do not wear micro denim shorts when riding a bike – OUCH!

A Harry Halloween.

1 Nov

Why is it that on Halloween girls suddenly throw all their dignity out of the window and wear the most sluttiest of ‘costumes’ – no matter if they are a curvy size 10 or a obese size 20. It totally boggles my mind – the same girls will slag off everyone on Snog, Marry, Avoid throughout the year but then on the 31st of October they are even worse.

Anyways rant OVER, I hope everyone had a great Halloween – I had loads of fun trick n treating with my BFF and her family – it was really lovely plus I got to eat hotdogs (not octopus :-P) and loads of sweets!

I decided to dress as Harry(iet) Potter – complete with Hedwig and a Nimbus 2000.

Scar: free – eyliner special from my make-up bag.
Glasses: £1 -Primark.
Scarf: free – found it in my house.
Gryffindor Tie: £2.99 – eBay.
White Shirt: £2 – George@Asda (courtesy of Suze)
Gryffindor Robe: £10 – Charity shop – BEST BUY EVER!
Grey Skirt: £1 – Charity Shop.
Brogues: £8 – Primark.
Satchel: £6 – Primark.
Hedwig: free – Burger King kids meal.
Wand: free – Cara broke off a bit off bamboo for me from SU.
Nimbus 2000: free – Liesey borrowed me it.

I should totally be studying Care of Magical Creatures Hogwarts and not Journalism at Teesside University.