January 23, 2014


What I'm wearing:

Necklace - Accessorize
Shirt, Skirt & Faux Fur stole - Zara
Ring & Watch - Primark, DKNY
Bag - TKMaxx
Boots - Topshop Mighty Boots

If you follow my blog regularly you will have spotted that I've been away for a while and that's because Sarah's Style Statement has had a total design revamp - I hope you all love it as much as I do! As a blogger, it's easy to get bored of your layout and design so I figured the new year would be a good time to have a refresh! One of my new years resolutions is to post more frequently so you can expect more regular beauty reviews, outfit posts and some exciting monthly giveaways.

As a promise to myself, I plan to share more outfit posts such as the one above from this weekend. Both the striped shirt and faux leather skirt are recent Zara sale purchases and I think two items cost £30 in total, absolute bargain! Shirts are one of my biggest weaknesses as I'm always drawn to a new print or colour and this is my first shirt of the striped variety. I usually live in jeans outside of work so it was nice to wear my faux leather skirt as a more feminine option. I really like the zip pocket detail and the fact the back of the skirt is a stretchy bodycon fabric which is more practical and comfortable than a full leather skirt.

My bag is a TKMaxx find and my faux fur stole is another Zara purchase that I have worn to death this winter. And finally, I'm in love with my accessorize necklace which was a Christmas present from my Mum. She knows me too well when it comes to my statement necklace obsession...

If you've posted about a new outfit recently, comment below with your links. Also, keep your eyes peeled for an exciting beauty giveaway in the next few days!

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