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#FASHION | 2017 fashion trends!

Lets talk trends 2017...

Ive decided to put together a few photos of items i have bought recently, not because they are the trend currently but i genuinely love these items :)

Im one of those people who is lucky enough to not have to wear glasses but have always wished to be able too, and also braces :( now looking back on it though i think im blessed to not need them haha. So fake lense glasses are a girls best friend right now, i picked up these oversized "grandad" glasses from ASOS 

VANS have always been a trend, well a low-key trend. Lets face it they are just a comfy, and i think everyone needs them in their collection as well as a pair of converse. I have always wanted these and never replaced my old pair of vans when they broke , such a sad day, but seeing as everyyyyywhere i look i see a pair of these i just HAD to finally buy them. I got my ones in store from SCHUH

If there was a jumper that explained me to the T, this is the one. Along with resting bitch face lol.
Slogans are legit my fave things to have on a tee/jumper because they can bring out your personailty through your clothes. Let the clothes do all the talking! This jumper is soooo comfy too and im already getting seperation anxiety from it. Never going to put it in the wash :)
RIP jumper.
I bought this one in store @ TOPSHOP
The trend that will be the BIGGEST this year and i will murder it to death cos i have already seen so many tops/shirts/dresses/trousers with ruffles on that i NEED.
Honestly i walked in to H&M and spotted about 10 things with the ruffle/frill trend and my bank card just crumbled in to dust.I went for this one to start me off gently but now i still dream about this other shirt i saw and im sweating to buy it :/


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