White Jeans, Topshop // Sweatshirt, Sheinside // Leather Bralet, River Island // Nude
Courts, Kurt Geiger // Black Heels, Topshop
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I have to start including more colour in my wishlists! What can I say, I certainly have a personal style. I will always love monochrome and minimalism, and my March Wishlist is certainly reflective of this.
This racer-front leather bralet from River Island is my favourite piece from the wishlist; I spotted it over the weekend and have been lusting after for the past few days. I have a white crop top in a similar style, but of crepe material as opposed to leather, which I wore for the first time on Saturday night and I loved the racer front style. I have recently been lusting after high neck tops and sweatshirts. I don’t like full turtle necks but rather a slightly high neck like the sweatshirt above. I adore slogan tshirts and sweatshirts and Sheinside never disappoints for an unusual piece like this Acne Studios sweatshirt. White jeans are also a big trend this SS’14 and I’m lusting after a pair of white skinnies. Topshop Leigh jeans are a failsafe option for skinny jeans and I love how soft and comfortable they are.
While in Dublin last week at Boohoo’s SS’14 Media Day, I couldn’t resist a quick visit to Topshop and spotted these amazing black strappy heels. Just look at the heel, it’s huge! I tried them on and absolutely adored them but I reluctantly resisted the urge to buy, all the while eagerly awaiting payday and trying to justify the purchase in my mind! Keeping with amazing footwear, I’ve also been lusting after a pair of nude, patent pointed stilettos and found this Kurt Geiger pair on Topshop. I having been loving pointed patent stilettos lately and have been lusting after a nude pair since I purchased my black pair (view them here). Although they’re a little more expensive the most high street heels, Kurt Geiger heels are certainly worth the price. If you want well fitting and comfortable heels that also look amazing, Kurt Geiger and Carvela won’t disappoint.
Until next time,