Can you believe autumn is just a few weeks away? It’s actually really starting to feel like it here in London and I’m really look forward to layering up with shades of rust, suede dresses and knee high boots. Below is my dream wardrobe for the following season, let me know what would be in yours in the comments!

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JavaScript is currently disabled in this browser. Reactivate it to view this content. set me a challenge to celebrate #boohooDIY which is a campaign and competition which they are currently holding. As part of the competition are giving you the chance to win the ultimate festival experience for a world famous music festival. To enter you simply must visit their Facebook page and enter your details.

Sadly, I missed out on the festival tickets this year which means I will instead be lusting over all the outfits I won’t be wearing. I love how relaxed and effortless festival fashion is although it still looks amazing.

 Within the set sent me for the challenge was a basic maxi dress, glitter, gems, glue and studs. I’m not too big on taking risks and therefore wanted to keep it safe so I stayed away from the glitter. If it were a t-shirt I think the gems would have looked great but I wanted to simply stud a small area on the dress. I therefore studded the top of the dress in a triangular shape and feel that although quite simple is more impressive that the plain dress. It was super quick and easy and I can’t wait to stud something else. is also encouraging their dans to create their very own festival outfits. If you want to get involved take a photo of your finalised piece and share it with @boohoo on Twitter and @boohooofficial on instagram with the hashtag #boohooDIY.

Can’t wait to see what you all create!
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 Hello lovelies! I hope you all had a great Christmas filled with family, laughter, gifts and a few too many minced pies. I had a great one, watched some great family films, played lots of games and ate far too much! I even managed to roll myself out of bed this morning and get to Brent Cross for some Boxing day shopping, sadly I didn’t pick up very much just a few bits of jewellery, a jumper and a t-shirt. I was planning to pick up much more but a few shops were closed, Zara’s sale didn’t impress me even half as much as I had hoped and the queue’s were generally quite ridiculous however I am thinking of popping to Oxford Street tomorrow.

 I thought I would quickly show you yesterday’s outfit which was actually taken on my new lense which I clearly haven’t got the hand of yet. I picked up a few midi dresses from Boohoo which arrived last week, although some were a little too thin and cheap I did fall in love with two. This one is a pretty Aztec print which I think is very versatile for both summer or winter as well as day and night. At only £15 I think it’s really worth it, the quality is nice as is the cut and if you get student discount it becomes and absolute steal at £12! I’m considering ordering some more!

 This time I paired the dress with red court shoes, they don’t really get much of an outing and I feel it added something extra rather than black shoes. My trusty leather jacket, Zara bag and gold jewellery finished the outfit for me.

Dress Boohoo
Shoes Primark
Bag Zara
Jacket Oasis

In love with new Christmas present; an Alexandra McQueen skull ring which although isn’t to everyone’s taste is completely to mine!

If you are looking to purchase something off Boohoo don’t forget to sign up to student discount here.

How was you Christmas? Did you go sale shopping today? 
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