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    Picnic In The Park| Cruelty-Free outfit!

    Follow me: I go through stages with my style I’m either keeping it super simple not even really thinking about my outfit or full out Fashionista, there isn’t really any middle ground but what I do really like to do Is reuse cruelty free outfits. It doesn’t matter if its 5+ years old if it still looks good I’m going to keep it and just change it up with different accessories. The dress is a summer staple of mine it just looks so light and feminine, but you still feel covered and I love the pleating and baby pink colour. I got this dress 2 years ago from New Look…

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    Cruelty-free Style, Summer In Richmond!

    Follow me: I was lucky enough to go on a girly long weekend to Richmond London. One of my absolute favourite places to visit, especially in the summer. This weekend was boiling so I was very happy with my pink feminine airy Cruelty-free style outfit. I’ve fallen in love with this dress from New Look that I got in the sale its very flapper 20s inspired but very feminine and flowy, Its tiered in pale pink and looks very flattering with a belt. I wouldn’t recommend this dress if you don’t like wearing belts as you can lose your waist in this dress and look bigger than you actually are.…

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    One Dress Four Looks!

    Follow me: Sometimes you get in a rut and don’t experiment with your style, especially when you are on a budget and haven’t got many clothes. So I thought I’d give you some inspiration on how you can have four different looks with just one dress. The dress I am using is from Hollister, dark grey with a simple style a mid neckline, long sleeves and above the knee skirt line I think it cost £25? but I can’t remember and its no longer available to check. Look One – For the first look, I paired the dress with a fitted leather jacket (not real leather ) from New Look with a…