Hi I’m Danielle and I’m a denim addict, there I’ve said it. I think I have pair of jeans in every shade of blue imaginable, so to feed my addiction I’ve started adding coloured jeans into my wardrobe to add something a little different, while still feeding my need for the pull-on-and-go denim. Over the year’s I’ve adding the classics like black and grey, as well as khaki and red, and I’ve tried and failed to find the perfect pink pair that don’t look too cheap, and then I discovered these berry coloured jeans in the Gap Outlet at the Ashford
I know what you guys are thinking – do you even own anything that’s not denim? Well, actually, I probably think that a good 70% of my wardrobe is, and even knowing that it doesn’t stop me buying more, and my latest purchase was this beauty of a denim dress that I picked up in the Fat Face sale for less than £30. In my defence, the other denim dresses I own they are either shirt or pinafore style, whereas this, is more relaxed, and kind of reminds me of a prep-school uniform, especially with how I’ve worn it with
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What makes you think of spring? Blossom? Daffodils? Or maybe bluebells? I actually, want to check all three boxes as each one gives me spring vibes, but there’s something special about seeing a carpet of bluebells that gives me that extra spring in my step, plus I do love a tranquil walk through the woods, and so does little Falcon. Admittedly it isn’t feeling very spring-like at the moment is it? So cold, but thankfully I have my trusty new chunky cardigan from Woolovers, which I may be a little obsessed with as it is the cosiest knit ever, and
Denim, especially jeans have always been a big part of my wardrobe, and to be honest I don’t see that changing anytime soon, but I have noticed over the years how I seem to rotate between styles. Once upon a time, you couldn’t get me out of flares, I loved them, so much so, I remember making a pair even bigger while at university that included a whole lot of yellow fabric and cute stars embellished up the side, I was obsessed with them. Then came the time of the cropped jeans, a whole summer dedicated to the shorter style.
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When it comes to fashion have you noticed that history tends to repeat itself? Now, it seems is the time of the 90s to have a revamp, and as I kind of actually remember living through this era the first time I thought I would inject a little nostalgia into this week’s style post. I remember the 80s, but I was a child, my decisions on my clothes weren’t really my own, in the 90s I was a teen, I had a love of combat mini skirts, crop tops, scrunchies, the bigger the better, denim, denim, and a bit more