Tajpur Shirt & Leather Skirt

Hey everyone! I found another set of photos that I never shared with you! These were taken in July and even though I posted them to my Instagram, I somehow didn’t share them with you here on the blog, which is totally unacceptable! Ha ha. I just wanted to update you on the fact that I finally got my new camera this week! So I’m waiting for it to stop raining (if that’s possible) so I can go out and do some shoots with my mum. I can’t wait to be honest, I’m really excited! It will be nice to get some normality back to my life, as everything has been so messed up because of Covid (as it has for everyone), and photoshoots are one thing that I missed a lot as that was a massive part of my life for years. So we will see what the pics turn out like next week! Anyway, for this outfit, I was wearing my Allsaints Tajpur Shirt that I got a few months ago and fell in love with. Isn’t the print just gorgeous? I always love Allsaints for their funky designs on their shirts! I styled it with my Topshop Faux Black Leather Skirt as I love this piece and regularly wear it. Then for the shoes, which you can only see briefly, I had my Celine Biker Boots! Then for the accessories, I had a heart necklace by Shashi, a Daniel Wellington watch, and my Azendi earrings. It’s weird now when I look back on my older pictures from a few months ago, as I look a lot different…

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The Pink Corduroy Jacket

The Oversized Pink Corduroy Jacket Outfit I hope everyone is staying safe right now in Storm Dennis! It’s a bit crazy out there! Hopefully this one isn’t as damaging as Ciara that we had last week. Anyway, getting to my outfit, this is one that I wore a couple of months ago actually, back in December, just before Christmas. It wasn’t overly cold out, but layering was a must because it was a little chilly. As you know, blush pink tones are one of my favourites and I think they suit my skin tone really nicely, so I was wearing my Topshop Oversized Pink Corduroy Jacket, which I picked up about 4 months ago after falling in love with it. It fits really large, so it’s perfect for layering over my thick White Jumper from Zara, which keeps me extra warm. I also wore my L’AGENCE Margot Skinny Jeans in Grey, which I styled with my Alexander McQueen Oversized Sneakers and finished it off with a Charcoal Scarf, and my Topshop Blush Pink Bobble Hat. I’m really feeling casual looks like this a lot at the moment as they’re so comfortable and easy to wear. Plus, having oversized jackets and coats really allows me to layer up nicely to keep warm, while looking stylish, so it’s a trend I’m liking a lot actually. This is definitely a combination that I have worn numerous times and I’ve been wearing this Topshop Corduroy Jacket a lot, in a similar way to this, just switching up my jeans and shoes. Let me know what you think of it! Lorna xx. *This post contains…

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Pink Blossom For An Evening Out

As these photos were shot back in May or June, I had on a very Summery outfit, which consisted of this Pretty Little Thing Blossom Top and one of their Pale Pink Corduroy Mini Skirts. I finished it off with some Topshop Blush Pink Ankle Boots, and some dainty jewellery. I think this outfit is not only perfect for the warmer weather, but it would be great for an evening out too as it’s pretty feminine and cute! I wasn’t planning on doing this blog post (like my other one with the red co-ord) as a get the outfit type of post because all of these pieces are sold out, and I mostly just enjoy sharing my looks with you. That’s why I’m going to keep this one very short, ask if you love the outfit, and say that I’m really looking forward to shooting my Halloween photos this weekend! Lorna xx.

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Pastel Pinks For Easter

Happy Easter Everyone! Happy Easter! I know I sometimes used to do a costume for Easter (see here, here and here), but this time I decided to be mature about it and do something like an Easter style outfit instead. What did I have in mind for that? Pastel shades. I’m often reminded of pastel pink, blue and green, so I went with pink and I love it. I wasn’t overly sure on the outfit at first though as it’s a combination I put together while trying to recreate a look from Allsaints (see here). I have since purchased that dress though and you will be seeing it soon, but for now, I’ve gone the custom route! For my look, I was wearing a Topshop Satin¬†Skirt, which was fairly affordable and comes in multiple colours! I then layered over the top my Topshop Cropped Fluffy Jumper, to try and re-create the style. For my shoes, I went with my RAYE White Boots to really make it look sophisticated, and finished it off with my The Cambridge Satchel Company Small Emily Bag in Lilac, to bring the Easter vibes. I do think the combination of the white and pink together is definitely Spring appropriate! What I’m looking forward to though is actually styling the Allsaints Tierney version itself, to see how different I can make it, or see how different it actually looks compared to my own creation. Since this type of look is completely different to what I would normally wear, especially the satin skirt, I’m really interested to know your opinions on it. Do you think it suits me?…

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The Tartan Corduroy Skirt With Boots

The Tartan Corduroy Skirt With Over The Knee Boots Happy Saturday everyone! I wanted to say thank you for the huge amount of love I had on my Jessica Rabbit costume for Halloween! You all seemed to love it so much, which makes me happy. As Autumn always brings me to life and I get inspired by everything around me, I love experimenting with my outfits and trying different things, and this outfit incorporates a bit of that, but also with my own, usual personal style. We did shoot these photos about a month ago when it was still fairly warm though, so you can be certain I am not venturing outside in a look like this until next year sometime now, ha ha. It’s crazy to me that it’s November already, it really is. For this outfit, I was wearing a Topshop Corduroy Tartan Skirt which I styled with the Topshop Fluffy Cropped Knit (you saw it here) as I’m really loving cropped knitwear right now. I thought this look would be perfect with my DUO Empress Over The Knee Boots though as I really love skirts with boots in the Autumn time. I kept the rest of it simple, finishing it off with my Swarovski Remix Bracelets and then adding in my Mulberry Lily in Oxblood. You’re finally seeing my birthday bag for the first time! If you remember, it was my 30th birthday present from everyone, and myself. I was going to do a review, but I decided not to as they discontinued it a month after I got it, so you can’t buy it anymore, so…

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The Coral Skirt Suit

The Coral Skirt Suit Outfit From Topshop Happy Friday everyone! I hope you have all had a good week and are looking forward to the weekend. I’m going to be sharing my findings with the food intolerance testing etc. with you as soon as I can, but I finally feel like I might have answers and a plan to actually see improvement, so we will see! But lets get to this outfit, I think it’s one of my favourites. Given my complete love of coral over the years (yep, I said it again!), you can imagine my elated joy when I saw this coral suit on Topshop a few weeks ago! It’s a limited edition jacket and skirt combination and I completely fell in love with it. I personally think coral is one of those colours which really suits my pale skin tone and is actually flattering, so the more coral the merrier, as I’m sure you have noticed. When it came to styling this Topshop Coral Skirt Suit, I went with my older Christian Louboutin Coral Pigalle to keep the colour theme going, then I used neutral tones for the rest with a Lipsy Satin Cami Top and my Valentino Mini Lock Bag in Ivory. I wanted the look to be smarter and more appropriate for work or events, but with a younger and more fun twist to it, which I think you get with the colour. For my jewellery, I wore a new name necklace which says ‘Lorna’ on it in gold. I got this from Soufeel and I think it’s the cutest! I’ve never owned a name…

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Embroidered Jeans – Raindrops of Sapphire x Topshop Denim

Here is the second post in my Topshop denim campaign collaboration! If you missed the first one, click here to see my other outfit, but if you already saw it, welcome to the next chapter! I have had my eye on these rose embroidered skinny jeans in black for quite some time as I think they are gorgeous! I love the placement of the embroidery and how it balances out each side, but it complements the black so nicely. I always find Topshop jeans run small, so if you’re a 27 in premium brands like I am, I took these in a 30 and they fit very comfortably, just in case you’re wondering on sizing. For the whole look, I put together a very similar outfit as a styling (see here) so it’s definitely one I had sort of been planning. I liked the idea of combining browns and deeper yellows with the black to inject some colour to the ensemble, plus the yellow on my Mulberry bag complements the bee Marigold sandals perfectly! The tan coat and the light brown jumper made a great base too and I think the attention is definitely drawn to the lower half of the outfit, with the floral embroidery and the platforms. It’s a little more busier than what I’m usually used to, and definitely more bold, but I’m really enjoying having fun with my clothing lately. It’s exciting! Topshop Items I’m Wearing: Rose Embroidered Skinny Jeans Tan Coat Marigold Bee Shoes Out of the two outfits you have seen so far, which is your favourite? I’m definitely hoping to do a third…

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Raindrops of Sapphire x Topshop Denim

I am beyond excited to be collaborating with my favourite high street brand… Topshop! It’s no secret that I often wear their clothes and I pretty much put an order through on their website every single month. I’m all about mixing high street with designer pieces, balancing it out, which I think makes my outfits much more wearable, and affordable, since I can’t just drop lots of money on trendy items I would only wear a few times. When Topshop reached out to me about their latest campaign, I couldn’t have been more happy! For March they have launched their new Topshop denim campaign and you all know how addicted to denim I am! I live in it every single day and have a blog dedicated to it, so this was the most fitting campaign for me that could have come around. Putting together outfits and styling their denim was great and this is the first outfit that I have come up with in the series. There will be another outfit post coming up in a couple of days as part two, and I’m hoping there will be a part three as well in April. Topshop Items I’m Wearing: Denim Mullet Skirt Embroidered Denim Jacket Marigold Bee Shoes I decided to go with a double denim outfit for the first look to really kick things off with the denim. I had seen this embroidered denim jacket on their website for some time and with the shearling lining, I knew it would be gorgeous, and I wasn’t wrong! It runs big so I had to size down, but it paired so…

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