Who wants to see lots of photos of me from several different angles?!?
Yep, I knew you’d be excited. I’ll warn you now that, as always, these pictures are headless to try and claw back some degree of anonymity but if you feel like you’re utterly desperate to see my face again you could always journey over to my twitter or Instagram. Links are at the top of the side bar. There are plenty of lovely selfies there for you all to gaze at. Anyway, today’s focus is what I’m wearing in the snaps. Please divert your attention there for now.
I like to trawl the internet for interesting things as much as the next person. Of course it’s even easier when people come and find you, say on twitter, and save you the hassle of having to do all that pesky clicking and typing. This week my latest find (or finder) is SoinFashion.com, an online boutique selling on-trend items at pretty reasonable prices.
As with any online shop you have to do a bit of a virtual rummage to find the things you like but there’s plenty to like about So in Fashion. Starting with their selection of shift dresses. Which is precisely what I did.
So the outfit in the snazzy (and only a teensy bit cringe-worthy) pictures of me, myself and I below is based around one of these lovely dresses. Incidentally it’s the one that Rosie Fortescue off of Made In Chelsea was also recently pictured wearing. Honestly, I can’t do anything these days. Frankly this is getting embarrassing. Just admit it Rosie. You want to be me. I don’t blame you.
Anyway, I picked this one up for a bargainous £25 and got a further 10% off because it was my first order. You can take advantage of this offer too by clicking here and entering the code NEW1 at the checkout. Not bad, hey?
Dress – Vera & Lucy ‘Fergie’ shift – £25.00
Bag – Michael Kors Saffiano studded clutch
Shoes – really old Dune Head Over Heels
Leather Jacket – Muubaa ‘Minsk’ in black
Hosiery – Super Cosy tights from Primark
Necklace – Topshop
Watch – Citizen Eco-Drive
Bangles – Marc by Marc Jacobs and a white gold/diamond bangle (a valentine’s gift).
And some wooden beads, origin unknown. Possibly a remnant from a long-ago holiday.