Crochet dress: H&M
Silk slip: Charity Shop
Sheer jacket: eBay
Boots: River Island
Bag: River Island
Necklaces c/o Gogo Philip
Bracelet: Gogo Philip
Skull ring: Gogo Philip
Screw ring c/o Gogo Philip
Rock ring: Gogo Philip
This is my final look, a hippy inspired look. This is the first time I wore my crochet dress Vs it was so hard! I was at a massive loss of what to layer under it, after ditching every set of underwear I wish I owned a nude body suit, and ended up with my black silk dress. I don't think it looks too bad.
Lots of layered clothing, mixing of fabrics and a lot of layered jewellery. I wish I owned about 100 more necklaces, especially long ones. I think I only own about 3 :( so this Long Palm necklace would be pretty much perfect.
I started this little feature to show how versatile Gogo Philip are as a brand. They're really my favourite store at the moment, I'm obsessed by the Brooke Palm earrings and literally everything they have I can easily welcome into my life. But I think it's actually benefited me a lot more.
I've always felt a bit if a maverick in my style, but I never realised how many styles I go through. I mean it's great that I pushed myself into all those different looks. I've never felt more mature and chic in my 60s look, and I've been rocking the beehive a LOT since (I've become a bit if an expert), and pushing myself into the more urban look was a great step well out of my comfort zone.
I urge everyone to try it for themselves :)
On the other hand I'm even more confused with my "style"- do I actually fit in anywhere? I've always liked to change and mix it jobs bit but I'm starting to think I don't have any real style.