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#OOTD | Lace up joggers, White T











Finally getting around to uploading a few pieces I bought in the online sales, as what else does one normally do on boxing day…ugh the Christmas holidays seem so far away and for your information, yes I did eat my body weight in chocolate . OOPS. Its 2017 and I really want to up my blogging game and that starts with more outfit posts, engaging more with my readers and just generally putting more effort into what I love to blog about. So this ensemble I put together is all about detail. Lace up detailing and also the faux snake skin detail on the heels. I love the colours, nude is always a winner is it isn’t so scary to wear like white is. I get anxiety just thinking about wearing white!
Im still loving the lace up trend and I got these nude jogger type trousers with the beautiful lace up detail in the MISSGUIDED sale for under £10..and I teamed them with a plain white T and some faux snake skin heels from the sale by PRETTYLITTLETHING. I think it’s a smart/ casual look which is ideal for some events, as you don’t want to look overdressed or underdressed :)
 I have linked the items below 

Lace up joggers - MISSGUIDED - £8 
Faux snake skin heel - PRETTYLITTLETHING 

xoxo

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