No blurred lines over here thank you very much. Vertical and horizontal are more than welcome though. You'll have probably noticed from my blog that i have a strong love of striped clothing, from Breton top's to boldly lined skirts, there's just something about the simplicity and ease of wear that you get from wearing striped clothing. Take this dress for example, it was £15 in the H&M sale and i bought it because i knew i would get a lot of use out of it this summer (Speaking of which where has the Great British Summer gone?!). It's airy, it's floaty, it's comfortable, and I find the way it softly skims over my figure, so flattering.
Can we talk about my hair? I've been wiggin' it up lately because of the aforementioned awful weather and general cba-ness in regards to all things hair care. I'm finding the longer my hair gets, the less I want to do anything to it because detangling it, washing it, conditioning it and re-braiding it, just takes far too long now. On the plus side, it's nearing Bra Strap length in the back and i'll put up a post in December about my year without using heat and my results. But back to the wig. This is the first ever 'proper' wig I've bought and I'd be lying if I told you I wasn't 100% scared that my £100-ish would go flying into cyber space never to be seen again, but I did my research and watched plenty of reviews before whipping out my card. I like this wig because the texture is similar to blow dried natural hair so it looks more realistic on my head. Also, it's thick and holds a curl pretty well.
Let me know if you'd like a more in depth review on it? As always have a wonderful week (or should I say weekend!)
DRESS - H&M
SANDALS - PRIMARK
NECKLACE - H&M