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Thursday, 1 October 2015

Western Style

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Charlecote Park
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UK Fashion and Personal Style Blogger
Charlecote Park
UK Fashion and Personal Style Blogger
UK Fashion and Personal Style Blogger
UK Fashion and Personal Style Blogger
UK Fashion and Personal Style Blogger
Charlecote Park
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Top & Necklace - George at Asda | Skirt - New Look | Boots - F&F | Bag & Belt - Primark | Sunglasses - Next

Western styling like I said! Bohemian, seventies and western styling has to be my top favourites for this season. Keeping the fringing STILL going throughout this outfit. A few trusty pieces I've had for a while in this outfit. Starting off with this khaki and white long sleeve top which is in fact part of a Miley Cyrus collection at George at Asda a few years ago. It literally has not left my wardrobe for a while and since I have an obsession for khaki - which brings in my love for the army style back into the equation. This is maybe the sort of outfit I would wear to a festival. I do love a lot of fringing at festivals which may be why I feel slightly festival-like in this get up. Another few trusty pieces are these chain strap chelsea boots I bought from F&F's AW14 collection which are seriously well loved. Also my fedora of course! A definite favourite once again this season. As for this fringed skirt, it's something I've been looking at buying all through SS15 and I bought it in the end of season sale in New Look and it is one of those perfect transitional pieces for summer to autumn. Especially teamed with this western style belt from Primark which sets the whole western vibes off throughout the whole outfit. Oh? What's this? A different pair of sunnies has entered my collection? Hell yeaa. About time too. An awesome retro style rounded with a cat flick (of course) pair of sunnies from Next. I treated myself once again to something pretty nice and I know I will wear them and get my money's worth. It's not like they cost that much as they were only £10 which is pretty good I think for a decent pair of sunglasses which I will no doubt wear a lot with my vintage/retro styled outfits throughout AW15 and transtion into SS16 of course...

As for the backgrounds in these pictures, they were taken on the beautiful grounds of Charlecote House, Park & Gardens. I spent the majority of the day there with the family for a nice classy day out, sipping cups of tea while watching the deer's munching the tall grass and walking around the beautiful gardens while taking in the beautiful view around the grounds of the whole place. If you love your history and walking around nature areas, then this is the place for you. If you want to find out more, check out their website here. I would just love to jump back in time and feel like a lady walking round in their elegant dress with their lace umbrellas wandering around the fields of this fabulous place.

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  1. Nice Look

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  2. Ahh I love this outfit so much! The backdrop is gorgeous too. I'm really trying to add more boho into my wardrobe as it looks sooo good!

    Victoria xx thedaisyjaynes.com

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    1. Thanks girl and you should! I love bohemian styling!

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  3. Amazing your skirt!!
    xx L.
    www.lalouuula.com

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