I never know what to call this outfit of the day.
Faux band shirt – Ralph Lauren ( mens) Denim and Supply
Vintage quilt jacket – Similar
Sunglasses – Forever 21
Jeans – New Look
Shoes – Converse
Septum – similar
Can you wear two dresses in one outfit? the answer is yes, yes you can.
I’ve had this red dress in my wardrobe for about 4 months. I’ve never been able to find the right occasion or right accessorise to wear it. It’s a heavy suede and buttoned up it didn’t sit right on my frame. I wore it unbuttoned over my grey turtle ‘smock’ as a type of trench/short sleeved blazer. Adding my sky high boots that make me about 6ft 3 to complete the look.
GREY DRESS – TESCO
( would you believe it and at £16, bargain!)
RED DRESS – ASOS sale!
BOOTS – JUST FAB
EARRINGS – Similar
thanks for reading and I hope you enjoyed,
love Amelia, XO
Apparently having my photo taken makes me lose my mind. Below are the photos that my group too of me for photography class. We were meant to be trying out lightning for a portfolio portrait.
I’m sure that one of these photos looks like I’m about to say ‘have you had an accident at work?’. I’m getting quite busy with classes so there will most likely be less content then before.
Jacket – Cotton Traders (mens)
Shirt – Zara
thanks for reading!
I’m a coat hoarder, I collect coats like they are going out of fashion (I hope not). This Long Tall Sally coat I scored in a charity shop is my latest addition. A mix between a pea coat and a trench and a gorgeous red pink. Slightly pinched at the waist to give me a little shape and the long sleeves. Being a tall girl means that sleeves are always short on me. but Long Tall Sally cater to the tall girl which is perfect for me as I’m 5 10.
The knitted texture kept me warm on my beach walk with Stacey.
JEANS – New Look
SHOES – George
COAT – Long Tall Sally
BAG – Lulu Guinness
EARRINGS – similar
I’m off to see Deadpool now so I’ll catch you later 😉
love Amelia, XO!
Double denim has come into my life and I want him (her) to stay. I’ve paired my Danish denim coat with my ripped knee grey jeans. The dark denims compliment each other with getting out of my comfort zone. Apparently curly hair is on trend so I left mine to air dry. I’m all for curly hair being on trend, it means I can stop damaging my locks so much trying to straighten it.
I spent the day over in Wimborne looking around the shops and stopped into Walford Mill. An old mill that’s been converted into an art gallery and gift shop. The last time I was here was to sketch the exhibit on show for my A-level exam, which was about 4 years ago!
This is the only photo I took inside, you’ll just have to see the creativity for yourself.
Walford have workshops and new exhibits on all the time, so get yourself down there and get cultured. 😉
Jeans – New Look (sale)
Coat – Baum und Pferdgarten
Scarf – ?
Bag- Lulu Guinness
Boots – Topshop (similar)
Jewellery – gift (similar)
Thank you for reading,
love Amelia, XO
I truly love vintage dresses. I snapped this daisy dream up for £2!!
There is nothing I want more from a dress then a great skirt, the movement when I walk is something I just don’t really find anymore in a day dress. Added addition of boots and leather jacket make the feminine dress much harder and more my style. My inspiration was Beyoncé when she stands on the cop car in her video for Formation.
I’ve been listening to it non stop.
Dress – Vintage
Leather Jacket – New Look
Boots – Just Fab
Sunglasses – ebay
Bag – Lulu Guinness (similar)
Septum – Etsy
thanks for reading!!
Love Amelia, XO
If you have followed over from my old blog you would have already known that I can sew. I don’t have the time to do much now, which really disappoints me, but I’m making an effort to get back into it.
This is the dress I made for my final A-level exam a couple of years ago. I loved making this dress, spending 3 days in silence sewing and creating. It was total heaven!
My inspiration came from shattered and broken glass and mirrors. I used thick denim (now very crumpled from being stored away) as gagged pieces and the squares are the reflective pieces of glass and mirror. Each piece of denim and broken glass are completely different. Glass shatters in chaos
(deep I know)
I saw something similar to this on my first trip to Topshop in Oxford street. I couldn’t afford the top which was about £30 so with the help of my mum I made this instead. It’s a vintage scarf cut in half then sew together to make a wrap holter top. I’ve worn it so so much. It’s started to get faded but the sun now but it makes me love it all the more.
Thanks for taking a trip down memory lane with me, style posts will resume soon.
Love Amelia, XO.
Another instalment of what I’ve been up to in the world of blogging before I created thecurlyahairedgirl.org.uk. If you’re new you may not know this but I’ve been blogging since I was 15 and have had some great opportunities come my way, I thought I’d share them with you.
In 2012 I was fortunate enough to attend Clothes Show live as part of their press team, which was amazing. This was the first time I had ever been to anything like this and was blown away by everything. I saw work shops, celebrity brands, cat walks music, stands and so much more. I found some great brands that I still love today.
I was fascinated by the university catwalks more then the huge show. Being able to see new and emerging designers showcase their ideas was a true source of inspiration, and exciting to see.
Can you believe that I still have the dress I wore that day? I wore it on my birthday here.
H! Henry Holland dress
I celebrated my 22nd birthday with my lovely sister and great friend Hangqing, by going to Wagamama, it’s definitely one of my favourite places to eat. I try and order something different every time.
It’s clear that the ramen went to our heads! We headed off to Sprinkles for an ice cream coma, but no one should ever have to see those photos.
nails – Barry M (Lychee)
jumper – Ralph Lauren
SS/16 trends are in and I’m fully behind most of them ( well all of them really) but I’m not convinced by the slip dress. Rochas and Emilio Pucci’s slips were so bang on with my style. There are a few body types that would look amazing in the slip. But on my body taking into account my stature ( hello 5 10!) and that I’m a smaller waist them my hips, it would mean that the slip dress would sit or cling to this area. I would definitely find it really hard to not think I was wearing a nightie overtime I wore it. Also blush is meant to be huge this season, gorgeous grey toned pinks and peaches are going to be huge in my wardrobe.
The slip dress really follows the whole under wear as outer wear, but maybe a little to much. Here is how I styled this trend.
No slip dress for me, however i still keep on trend with this style by making a blush pink top.
Choker – Accessorize
Slip top – New Look
Jacket – New Look
Jeans – New Look
Boots – Just Fab
Lip gloss – Lush
And I got my septum pierced yesterday, turns out I’m quite an impulsive person.
Thank you for reading.
Love Amelia, XO