Here's my idea of a much needed therapy session...
Earrings: My own design.
How cute is this dress? I had to have it, I love the 100% cotton fabric, floral print, the way that it fits, and I love the price even more £28 from New Look! I love it so much, that I will even show you what I'm going to wear it with on a night out. BTW: I never style the same outift exactly the same, I will always make sure I switch up the accessories.
Bangles: Istanbul bazaar
Shoes: Scorah Pattullo
I then went on to find this gorgeous baggy cotton top that isn't revealing at all, I love the fresh white colour and blue embroidery - perfect for a casual summer day. £18 New Look.
I also made a little necklace to match :)
I also got a lovely cropped denim jacket, it hugs in all the right places and just looks super cute on. Everybody needs a little denim jacket in their wardrobe, it's the perfect item to dress something down! £25 New Look.
Let me get a few things straight, something doesn't have to be expensive for a person to feel good in it, I feel a million dollars in that floral dres. It's all about how you style things, anybody can go and spend £700 on a dress and then team it with the wrong bag and belt for example and it just ends up looking "cheap". I'm all for buying quality clothes, 100% cotton is probably my favourite fabric, and if the "finishing" of the garment is great, then why not?
I own very expensive designer clothes, high street clothes and even own a belt that I picked up for £1 from a charity shop. That vintage clutch you saw cost me £8 and I LOVE it, it goes with everything. Always make sure you buy things that YOU like and that suit your figure regardless of the price tag!