Wednesday, 16 August 2017


Not gonna lie, when I first saw the likes of Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid wearing corsets over baggy tees, button-up shirts, slips etc I thought it looked utterly ridiculous. I never really got on board with the whole "slip dresses and nightwear layered over tees grungey 90s" look either however there was a certain appeal to me with the first trend cinching in the waist, I'll always gravitate towards that silhouette. Many high street brands such as Topshop and Zara are doing this whole integrated corset detail into their clothing like on tops and dresses so it's completely fuss free whilst you can still achieve that super cool laced up look. Plus most of the sewn in corsets are just fabric without the boning so it's not too much of an inconvenience to sit in them or even eat with them on (though I would suggest loosening up the laces a little). I love this little white dress version from Zara with it's exaggerated puff sleeves which emphasises the illusion of an even smaller waist, such a great summer piece to just throw on. I matched the navy corset with one of my baker boy caps (I have these in a few colours now, they've been handy to hide my roots as I've been trying to decide what to do with my hair next) and am once again in my rose gold Stella McCartney platforms which have barely left my feet since I got them. I've a feeling they'll have a recurring guest spot on this blog.

Zara dress / Glamorous baker boy cap / Stella McCartney shoes / Daniel Wellington watch*


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