Here’s what I wore Wednesday November 28. Last week I wore some of my less christmassy Christmas clothing, and this was one of the outfits I wore. I love mixing prints, and I think the tartan skirt/kilt and the floral boots look great together.
(Skirt/kilt – second hand, roll neck top + T-shirt + boots – H&M)
It’s the last day of November which means that my favourite month starts tomorrow. I’ve been waiting for December and Christmas for so long now, and I can’t wait! You’ll be seeing a lot of christmassy outfits and hauls on my blog in December, but before we get into that let’s talk about some of my favourite things from the month of November.
Brown faux fur coat: It’s gotten a lot colder outside, so I’ve been wearing my winter coats lately. My most worn coat this past month is this faux fur coat that my sister found years ago at a second hand store. It’s just so nice and snuggly.
Mickey Mouse jeans: These jeans are just awesome. The fit is great, and I love the Mickey Mouse print. I’m wearing them here and here.
Blue glitter boots: This style of boot from Monki is so good! Last month I featured the checked version of these in my 5 favourites, and I love these blue glitter ones just as much.
Purple beanie: I find it difficult to find the perfect beanie, but I think I might have found it in this purple Monki one. It fits well, and the colour is stunning.
e.l.f. HD Undereye setting powder in Sheer: I’ve never been a huge fan of loose powders (maybe I just don’t know how to use them properly), but I’ve really enjoyed using this undereye setting powder from e.l.f. It doesn’t feel cakey or dry on the skin, and it keeps my concealer crease-free all day. And it’s affordable too.
Here’s what I wore Thursday November 8. Ever since I got the purple corduroy Vans I been wanting to wear them with my gingham trousers for a matching black and white checkered look.
(Denim jacket – H&M, trousers – Monki, shirt – second hand, belt – Asos, sneakers – Vans)
Today I want to share my latest second hand finds with you.
I’m always on the hunt for a new ‘party’ top, and I couldn’t leave this glitter top behind. I love the pattern in the glitter, and I think it’ll look great on top of a black long-sleeve roll neck top for the colder season.
I always look for blazers when I’m second hand shopping, because all of my favourite blazers are second hand. My latest blazer find is this blue one, and I can’t wait to style it.
Another thing I’m always looking for at second hand stores are roll neck tops. This one has stripes which is just a big plus.
How cute is this home-knitted jumper. I love the colours and the fact that it’s stripy.
And now for skirts. I bought three skirts, the first one being this simple black midi skirt. I thought it would be nice to have a black skirt to wear for any occasion.
This skirt has a tiny, little Mickey Mouse on the pocket, and you probably know how I feel about Mickey Mouse or anything Disney related. I think this skirt would look really cute with a lot of my Christmas jumpers.
The third and last skirt is this brown floral maxi skirt. It’s very different from anything I own, but I thought it would be fun to style.
Lastly, I found this grey leopard print scarf, which I’ve worn several times already. Animal print has obviously been a huge trend for a while now, so I thought a scarf was a good piece for trying out the trend.
Here’s what I wore Tuesday November 6. I’m obsessed with this outfit! It might ‘just’ be a blazer, a T-shirt, and jeans, but every piece added something that made the outfit more fun and interesting, and I just felt good in it.
(Blazer – second hand, jeans – H&M, T-shirt – gift, belt – Asos, earrings – vintage, boots – New Look)
Here’s what I wore Tuesday October 30. I actually don’t wear dresses very often, but this denim one is perfect for this time of year. It definitely has a ’70s vibe to it, and it reminds me of something Jackie Burkhart would wear on That ’70s Show, which I really don’t mind.
(Dress – second hand, T-shirt + boots – Monki, belt – Asos)
Here’s what I wore Friday October 12. I like a bit of denim on denim; especially when paired with casual items such as a T-shirt and sneakers.
(Denim jacket – second hand, jeans – H&M, T-shirt – New Look, belt – Asos, socks – Monki, sneakers – Vans)