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#OOTD | Busy Sleeves + Denim w/ @WEARALL


 Vans 
 Flared Sleeve Bardot Top (Here)

Jeans - Zara
Sunglasses (Here)

A huge hello, feels like its been a long time since I sat down and wrote an update about what I have been up to. Had to stop myself putting  and exclamation mark at the end of that sentence coz I feel like I do it to every sentence aha! Does anyone else do that, and then when you don't put and exclamation mark it feels like your being blunt??!! 

Let me talk about this wonderful outfit before I start babbling on about life. Sooo I got contacted by WEARALL recently, who said they would send some clothes out to me if I would like. I spent a good few hours making my decisions of what to pick and then I had the surprise of not knowing what  I was getting until I came :) always fun! 
I decided to do the posts  separate and this is the first one. The top is the piece from WEARALL.com and it is my fave from the bunch I got sent <3 its got the girly flared sleeves, the comfort and also an elasticated bit at the top so it can also be worn off the shoulder. I paired it with some jeans from ZARA , classic VANS and a small red bag. I'll link them all in this post.

This week has not been to great for weather but I must say I am loving the new autumn arrivals I have seen in shops so far, I think its going to be a cosy autumn ^-^





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