Wednesday, 9 July 2014

China girl

If you follow me on Instagram or Twitter (cheeky bit of self promo there!) you'll have seen my current Illamasqua nail colour - Noble. Today's outfit is a similar colour to the nail varnish I have on at present and as much as I love clashing prints and colours, I do love matchy matchy things as well.

This tunic is actually my sisters, she bought it from Primark last week but doesn't like it, so I snapped her hand off when she asked if I wanted to wear it. It's an awkward length, I originally wanted to wear it as a dress but I wasn't quite ready for the risque thigh length. It's very short. So I decided to pair it with some plain white leggings - these are supposed to be cropped, that's the downside to also being very short myself!

Tunic & Leggings: Primark, Slingback shoes: Topshop

The pattern on the tunic really reminds me of China porcelain print. I honestly love it. It feels really classy and it's quite bold so it requires really no accessorising at all. My kind of casual outfit.

Rings: Magnolia, BlackTied, Michael Kors, Watch & Bangles: DKNY

Hope you've all had a lovely day and managed to enjoy the sunshine wherever you are. I'm sure it won't last for long!

Em x


  1. You look lovely
    I love this top, Primark have some great items at the moment
    Thankyou for the lovely comment on my blog
    I'm now following you via BlogLovin and GFC
    Rachel XX

    1. Thank you! Primark really are excelling themselves at the moment, there's so much I want. xx

  2. Replies
    1. Thank you, I really liked it too :) xx

  3. love your top!


  4. The pattern on the tunic is gorgeous! I love the shade of blue in it as well!

    The Velvet Black // UK Style, Beauty & Lifestyle Blog

    1. It is such a bright blue, it's lovely! Glad you like it too! xx

  5. What clean and classic look. I love white, but sadly I'm incapable of wearing white as it never stays white for long!

    1. I have that problem too! I'm far too clumsy to wear white for very long! xx


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