Sunday, 14 August 2016

Embroidered sleeves and Ripped knees

At the moment my wish list is longer then my arm, there are so many nice bits around and the autumnal pieces and colours are starting to make an appearance in some of the shops. Autumn is my favourite time of year, the colours and the clothes especially. One of the biggest trends going around is embroidery, or patches on clothes. when i saw this top on Asos, with the beautiful floral embroidery i knew i had to hit the buy button and see what it looked like on. It's actually from Boohoo so i was a little apprehensive as there quality can sometimes be a bit hit and miss but when it arrived it was safe to say i was in love. 

Embroidered Blouse - Boohoo (currently out of stock :( but keep your eyes peeled for its return.

The detail on the blouse is beautiful and its really different from anything I've seen before. I decided to pair it with some ripped jeans, these ones are the Leigh jeans from Topshop, so super comfy and i love a good rip in denim. For the shoes i decided to go with these beautiful tan block heel sandals from Office. These little beauty's were a right bargain as i picked them up in the sale, but oh my they are beautiful and even better so comfy too. 

Leigh jeans - Topshop. Studded sandals - Office

You could wear this blouse so many ways. As you can see its more of a tunic length so it looks really pretty flowing over jeans with just the top couple of buttons done up. However to make the look a little more casual you could tie it at the waist and pair it with some converse. 

For accessories i went with a couple of necklaces. The first a classic black choker, very on trend and gives any outfit an edge. The second necklace is a little bit more delicate. A gold chain with little diamante and a moon and star hanging from the end. It just makes the first choker that little bit less harsh and a little more dainty, which when it comes to jewellery is definitely more my style. 

Black Choker - Miss Selfridge . Gold necklace - Topshop. (not online but check your local store)

I think this outfit will take you straight into those autumnal months, but its still summery enough for those cooler summer evenings in England at a barbecue or a few drinks at the pub. Pair it with some black jeans, little ankle boots, and either a leather or military jacket for those slightly colder months. 

I hope you enjoyed this style post and like the outfit as much as i do. Don't forget to hit any links to shop some of the pieces and please head over to my Instagram @amyrowleyy to see more pictures and updates. 

Thanks for reading my lovelies x


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