Only Time Can Tell: This is a casual look with jeans and a jumper but a smarter edge is added by the heels, hat and shirt. I love the edge that this hat brings to any look and I also love monochrome looks; and this one is one of my recent favourites. I added a girly edge with frilly socks to soften the less feminine look that the rest of the outfit gives. I would wear this look to a lunch with friends or for day-to-day activities that didn’t require a lot of walking (although these heels are actually not too bad to walk in!).
All I Need: This is a more girly look than the previous one, but again featuring my favourite hat. This is such a versatile outfit as it can be worn in more casual settings; due to the lower shoes, or slightly more formal settings; due to the smart, statement skirt. The focal point, obviously, is the skirt. It is a take on the pencil skirt and is a wrap-around skirt with a tie up fastening at the back. The top is a velvet material with a sheer floral pattern on it (which can’t be seen all that clearly here), further adding to the feminine edge of this look. I love to wear black, particularly in the winter, but it can get a little repetitive so adding a bold and coloured skirt felt like a great way to slightly break that pattern. The shoes are also really comfy for walking in all day long but add a little height.
Rarely Could And Rarely Would: This is another great versatile outfit that could be worn in casual or smarter settings. The blouse and blazer definitely say smart, but the skater style of the skirt and the little shoe-boots are more casual. The mixture of textures in this look make it really interesting as well as the pop of bright colour that the blouse brings. The blouse is a chiffon type material, the skirt is faux leather and the shoe-boots are a suede material. These shoes are actually really grippy and they also have a wedge heel so add height without being uncomfortable.