| Top - Topshop | Skirt - Depop | Denim Jacket - Cow Vintage | Shoes - ASOS | Scarf (who am i kidding? IT'S A BELT) - Forever 21 |

I tried to get on that whole '70s skinny scarf' bandwagon with what was quite a pathetic D.I.Y attempt on my part - basically, I took an unloved tie-up belt from a much-loved pair of patterned trousers and thought it looked borderline passable as said scarf trend but maybe I'm just wishful thinking... I'll let you be the judge of that one. I got that double denim loving going on, although I'm silently wishing that the denim skirt I'm wearing was the ASOS a-line number that was featured in my 70s wishlist post - seriously lusting after that button down look. Mustard is slowly surpassing white as my favourite spring/summer colour, I just love how it compliments blue denim so well - a pairing that I've seen dominating many outfits as of late, inspiration at it's finest. 
And yes, in the forth picture that is me angrily attempting to take off a bobble that was tightly constraining my wrist - all in the name of fashion ay?


Thanks to the copious amount of 70s style inspiration that has been popping up on my bloglovin feed and well, just about everywhere in the fashion world as of late - notable mention to who does 70s like no other - I have found myself lusting after flares and fringe and all things suede.

White, beige and navy seem to be the common colours all round, paired with chunky heels and lashings of denim. I absolutely adore the button through denim A-Line skirt which is currently completely sold out on ASOS *cry* - it totally reminds me of the denim skirt from Alexa Chung's line for AG jeans, another one for the lust list. Paired with the denim dream skirt is a white, off the shoulder crop top with fluted sleeves - an offer which I couldn't resist, I snapped it up the other week - I guess I'm halfway there to my perfect summer outfit,  I'm picturing daises, green grass and sunny skies, ah. 


This oversized striped shirt is everything I've been looking for and more. What makes it better is that it was purchased at a certain H&M in Oxford Circus while I was in London for a university interview last week (ah) and I can tell you one thing, I did not want to leave, somebody please take me back and let me live there. I always size up on shirts and this was no exception, I love tucking one side of the shirt in to give a contrasted look, I personally think it gives the outfit a stylish flair rather than it looking a little too ordinary for my liking. 

I paired the shirt with a matching pinstripe blazer which has been a go to of mine of recent. I think the light blue of the shirt and the navy blazer work well together as well as with the blackness of the rest of the outfit.

Wearing: Shirt - H&M | Jeans - ASOS | Blazer - Boohoo | Boots - ASOS | Clutch Bag - Topshop |