I have purchased and been sent some lovely things in March, so here is a selection on my favourites. I love looking at other bloggers haul posts and the hello my pretties post went down quite well, so maybe I will do one at the end of every month.
I think if you don’t get out to the high street very often its nice to look at photo’s other consumers have taken of a product.
Wooden wedge heels from Zara. I am not really a usual Zara customer, but I am completely head over heels this season. I was initially after these nude glitter heeled sandals, but after I spotted them, a magazine featured them and they quickly went out of stock. Like I have always said, if you snooze you loose, I can’t even find any on eBay. If anyone spots them in a size 4 or 5 selling, please let me know.
Louise Roe collection shoes c/o Stylist Pick. I am so in love with these shoes and believe it or not they are super comfy and easy to walk it. Stylist Pick used to be just a subscription service where you buy a pair of shoes every month (there are new selections every month). Now you can just buy as a one off without becoming part of the service.
The Laverne dress & Virginia dress c/o JARLO. Now I am a very, very lucky blogger indeed. I am a resident blogger for JARLO and I got to pick my favourites from the SS12 line sheet. These two above were my favourite, favourites and I can’t wait to shoot them for outfit posts. JARLO are just moving the blog over to a wordpress platform so I can post more regularly.
Pleated petrol maxi skirt from Reiss. Reiss is a new shop for me also. I have never purchased from them before now and no, it has nothing to do with Kate Middleton shopping with them (apparently she has near doubled their profits).
I always assumed them as a rather structured clothing store, but I was bowled over with all the pretty maxi skirts and dresses when their SS12 lookbook was sent over. First of all I wanted the Latte colour, but after trying the petrol version, I had to have it. I already have the infamous taupe maxi skirt, which is similar in colour, so that was my reasoning.
Denim/Chambray shirt & Linen Jumper from Mango. I have a real issue with buying basics, I am sure I have wrote about it before. I virtually window shop for hours a day and I always get sucked in to buying a pretty dress, that I will wear a couple of times. I find myself wearing the same shirts and jumpers time and time again. I purchased a couple of other plain t-shirts from mango also. I don’t have a denim shirt, so I know this was a good purchase.
Pink daisy prom dress from Next. When I took Eva shopping for clothes, I asked her what she liked and she surprisingly went over to this (All she wants to wear at the moment is cotton t-shirts and trousers and crys if I put anything else on her). It is so pretty I quickly took it to the till and couldn’t wait to put it on her when we got home. Sure enough I put the dress on… and Eva screamed the house down. I love it though so hopefully she will wear it this summer.
Peach Ellie dress c/o Jones + Jones. Its no secret that I am a lover of Jones + Jones, I have posted about the British made brand quite a few times. I went along to their 4th birthday party last month and our goody bags included a voucher for SS12 dress. After much consideration I picked the dress I tried on while I was at the party.
Lilac skinny jeans from Republic. My name is Kylie and I am addicted to coloured jeans. I already had the Pink and the mint pair from republic, went to republic to get a yellow pair, they didn’t have any in the Guildford store, so I walked out with a lilac pair. (which means I still have a yellow pair to get).
My photographer (my mother) will be helping me with some photographs tomorrow. I just can’t do outfit posts with my bedroom wall with this glorious weather.