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#OOTD | Shades of grey









Welcome to my live in clothes! Yes, i pretty much wear these over and over again - i have no shame when it comes to outfit repeating. The great tones are so subtle and i can easily add something of colour, like say this hat without it clashing.

I love a slogan tee and this one from Primark has it all, it is long but i can also tuck it in when i want. It is comfy and above all it has a bit of LA dreaming ...the slogan reading LOS// ANG TO SAN // FRAN

With the ever changing british weather *hugh eugh* its a nice tee to wear as if you just wear a sports bra underneath it is as cool as! But you can also layer it up with a vest underneath and a jumper on top.The joggers are some cheap ones i picked up also from Primark , super comfy and practical. This is pretty much my atire for dog walking. Is so calming being by the river, this is my fave spot.

This hat is super cute right? Thanks to BKLYN i now own such a warm trendy hat! Even though it is coming up to summer the nights are still chilly, so its perfect to just grab and pop on. (why not be prepared for winter and get yours now, it'll probably come sooner than you think *cries*)
There are so many colours to pick from! So you can change your bobble colour (also detachable)  so it matches all your outfit changes!! A BLOGGERS DREAM <3




T Shirt & Joggers - Primark
Trainers - ASOS (similar)

xoxo

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