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Today I will be doing something a little different, I am doing a guest blog post swap with the lovely Miss Louise Croft… wooo (applause, applause) She is the wonderful mind behind Pauper to Princess, showing us all how to style with thrift and look hot doing do it! I have to say this is my favourite blog at the moment, I cannot believe how amazing you can look for very little money! I am so amazed that the next thing I am going to do is shopping and not the designer kind! She has so many amazing posts and reviews, I found it hard to pick my favourite but I managed and my favourite post is….
PJS for Days OOTD!
Today I’m proving there’s nothing wrong with wearing pyjamas all day – you just need to style them right! I got these trousers from a charity shop and I’m pretty sure they’re PJs but I love them as printed comfy trousers for daytime. They’ve got a neon stripe down the side so have a tiny hint of modern tux and I adore them.
The accessories were vital in making this outfit not just a casual PJ look, but a fashionable daytime outfit. I added my current obsession – my red fake Chanel bag from Thailand, and these awesome black and gold embellished sunglasses. They’ve got such a D&G vibe if you ask me….
The top is a lovely soft jersey oversized tee that I knew I had to buy as soon as I felt the fabric. It’s only simple but it’s a great staple, and I’d always recommend choosing soft fabrics whenever you can.
My absolute favourite piece of jewellery at the moment is my gold BOSS necklace – it’s simple and chic but also really playful and modern.
This was a perfect comfy outfit for thrifting so took a big pile of donations, and went to get some bargains on Ashley Road!
Cream jersey top – 99p – Waggy Tails charity shop, Ashley Road, Poole
Black, white and neon jersey trousers – £1.50 – Lewis Manning charity shop, Wimborne, Poole
Black and white polka dot flats – £6 – H&M
Gold BOSS necklace – £4 – eBay – get it here!
Red ‘Chanel’ handbag – £15 – Koh Lanta market, Thailand
Black and gold sunglasses – £1 – Waggy Tails charity shop, Ashley Road, Poole
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