You wouldn't think these outfits were worn in the height of summer would you? Unfortunately the typically wet/grey British weather left me with no choice than to cast aside the floaty maxi dresses and denim shorts in place of tights and jeans.
Outfit one: I have had this dress for a good three years, bought for my 18th from Chelsea Girl at River Island. I love the mossy green material embellished with gold thread. Due to the office I work in becoming chilly when the air con kicks in I layered a black sheer shirt, with studded colour underneath. The gold detailing on the collar picks up the bronze stitching in the dress nicely. On the bottom i'm just wearing some black, opaque tights and my leopard print boots from Zara.
Outfit two: I love this dress batwing dress with fringing from Zara. Made from Velvet the piece is fairly heavy to wear. The collar is made up of a sheer panel with tiny copper beads that gives for a super intricate design. Like the previous outfit I paired the dress with black, opaque tights and my leopard print boors from Zara,
Outfit three: My t-shirt which reads 'More issues than Vogue' is from a vintage store between Portobello Road and Notting Hill gate. I paired it with my age-old gold waistcoat from Zara which I bought many years ago in the sale. I'm wearing plain black jeggings from Primark and it appears in the photo I don't have any shoes on! That day I wore my cherry red Dr Marten boots. The choker I have on is a deep burgundy red one from River Island.
Outfit four: You can probably tell on this day I was feeling a little under the weather therefore I was mostly opting for comfort over style. My deep neck vest top is from Primark, as is the wackily printed poncho that I bought last summer from the Oxford St store. I am wearing a pair of plain black jeans from Topshop (Joni) and as if I haven't worn them to death, my faux fur boots from Zara. The silver chain around my neck is vintage.