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Fashion Fun!

 I've never taken fashion too seriously, to me you have to inject a little fun into whatever you wear. The other week I went back up north to spend the weekend at home with my mum and like I do every time I'm home, I raided through my old wardrobe to pull pieces that I wanted to wear. I'm the worst at keeping old clothes - but there is method to my madness! If it's something that I think is likely to make a reappearance then I'll keep it, sometimes for years without wearing it and then 'BAM' it's my new favourite thing! Well that's exactly what happened this time round. Whilst delving into the unknown I pulled out my old 'Ink&Paint' top. Black, long sleeved, adorned with a sequinned Mickey Mouse on the front.
It's a top I bought when I was 15 from the 'Think Bubbles' boutique in Cleethorpes. I remember them being all the rage at school so I saved up and bought it. Fast forward ten years, I tried it on and to my surprise it still fit! I instantly fell in love with it all over again, I felt like a big kid proudly walking down the street with my Disney top and miss sixty denim skirt (another old find) it was so much fun! I know you can't where cartoon clothes to every occasion but I do think it's so important to play around with your style. Add that child like quality, after all look at all of Jeremy Scott's recent hits for Moschino! Barbie made a big comeback! So what I'm really trying to say is no matter how old I am or how much my style develops over time, I'd always want my wardrobe to retain an element of fun, because fashion should never be taken too seriously!
-Wearing-
Top - Ink&Paint
Skirt - Miss Sixty
Tights - M&S
Chelsea boots - H Hudson
Lipstick - YSL
Necklace - Daniella Draper
Ring - Daniella Draper
Watch - Larsson&Jennings
Bracelet - Monica Vinader


Over and out,
Little Miss Winney x

OOTD: Christening Kisses

I've always loved getting dressed for special occasion's, going on the hunt to find that perfect outfit. You know lots of pictures are going to be taken and so you want to look your best! Those of you who follow me on Instagram (@littlemisswinney) may have noticed a certain little baby boy making the odd (adorable) appearance. Well this time round it was his special occasion. March 8th, 2015 saw the christening of Elliott John Worrell. Elliott is the baby boy of my best friend Annabelle and I am so in love with the little cutie! The day itself was just beautiful, filled with so much happiness and laughter. I chose to wear a Paul Smith dress that has literally been hanging in my wardrobe for months upon months and finally I found the perfect occasion for it! It's a simple dress, grey/navy tones with white and grey snow drops. I paired this with a jacket from the limited edition Andy Warhol collection by Culture Clothing, adding a slight edge  and pop of colour to balance out the classic style of the dress. I added final touches with simple jewellery, a pearl bracelet from Thomas Sabo and Silver star necklace from Daniella Draper.
-Wearing-
Dress - Paul Smith
Jacket - Andy Warhol - Culture Clothing
Shoes - Next
Bracelet - Thomas Sabo
Necklace - Daniella Draper
Ring - Daniella Draper
 
 
 




 
Over and out,
Little Miss Winney x