Elin
2475 Reputation

Elin

Londoner learning to accessorise.

Elin
+ 8
I think it works well like that or you could also vary it slightly and make a more smart/casual look out of it by replacing the trousers with jeans and the tie with a scarf.
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Elin
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I think it looks great on Katy perry or even the lighter hues on Nicole Richie. Not sure it would suit me but it looks cool!
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Elin
+ 7
Its beautiful! I normally prefer outfits with a splash of colour but I like this contrast between the black and cream. I might wear it with some statement earrings to top it off.
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Elin
+ 5
I only really buy high street clothes!
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Elin
+ 5
I love them, they're very classy, but I don't find enough opportunities to wear them with the British summer - ha!
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Elin
+ 7
I'm personally not a big fan of this type of swimwear, regardless of body type. Maybe go for trunks, but not necessarily very baggy ones - a happy medium?
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Elin
+ 5
I love them but have the same problem - always think they make me look wider! Just keep looking...
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Elin
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I'm a big fan of this dress - the colour is one of my favourites and the material is perfect for summer - get it 100%!
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Elin
+ 9
I think it depends on the item of clothing - slim fit shirts and t-shirts normally look better than really slim fit trousers in my opinion.
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Elin
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I like these shorter overalls, but the full-legged dungarees are more suitable as maternity wear I think.
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Elin
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I like fringed bikinis a lot and sky or baby blue like the one in the far right in the picture is my favourite colour!
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Elin
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I agree that chinos are very versatile - I think you can dress the look down a bit by swapping the shoes for converse and wearing a trilby in light colours like cream or white.
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Elin
+ 7
Black skinny jeans, chunky-heeled boots, long striped tops and lots of scarves!
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Elin
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I think as long as you wear them during the summer months and don't wear white on top as well you're fine.
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