February 05, 2013

OOTD: Pastel Dropped-hem blouse and Topshop Adonis 2 Boots

Hi guys,

Just thought I'd show you my outfit of the day from Saturday! I decided to travel home from London this weekend for a bit of a break and I seemed to be greeted by plenty of sunshine, which is something we aren't really that used to in the North of England!

As the pastel colours are beginning to reappear in many of the high-street stores for Spring, I had a browse through my wardrobe (as I don't even know what I've got in there at times) and dug out this dropped hem blouse that I purchased from H&M last season. 

Although it's last season (tut, tut), I think it's a versatile piece that I'll bring out each year and I'm sure there will be many of these around this year if you're looking for something similar.Motel Rocks have an amazing block colour one here and you could always take advantage of the 20% discount offered on my blog by adding sarahsstylestatement at the checkout! And then it doesn't feel so bad!

I teamed my version with a coral cami (worn underneath), a gold and silver statement necklace from Topshop, an Accessorize Tan and gold satchel and my trusty black skinnies!

As you can tell, I'm really trying to be good on the shopping front, although I did have a naughty Zara shoe spree recently which I will be confessing to in a blog post very soon.

But I do have something fairly new to show you on S.S.S....

My Topshop Adonis 2 Boots!

What do you think about them? So far they have been very comfortable, sturdy enough for walking around everywhere in London and I would say they can be worn with almost anything. I particularly love the cut out sides and the buckle detailing. I got mine pretty early on, but Topshop are now doing them in a range of colours, prints and materials. You can find them all here.

Would love to hear what you are planning to buy for Spring?


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Please feel free to leave a comment or question and I will get back to you! I would love to hear your thoughts, Sarah.x

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