Sunday, 10 January 2016

MONOCHROME KNITS

There's no denying that I'm easily excited, however I was super excited when I found some outfit pictures I hadn't posted! These were taken from my post-birthday/Black Friday-Saturday shopping in a cheeky M&S changing room, because let's make it classy.
The moment I saw this Topshop monochrome sleeveless knit tunic, I was in love. There's no two ways about it. whilst I was dubious about spending £36 on it (although totally worth it), I snatched it up when I found in the sale for £20!
How beautiful is this bag? It's a gorgeous replica of the Chanel Boy bag and something that I love to wear as often as I can.
How cute is this Soap & Glory snap of mum and I?
Here's to many more outfit posts to hopefully come this year!

SB xo
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  1. This is such a lovely post! Such a STUNNING outfit and I love that bag! You should definitely do more outfit posts. X


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    1. Thank you so much, Nicole! I really plan to do more this year :) xo

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  2. This outfit is super cute love how chic it is but kept modern with details like the jumpers trim and ripped jeans.

    Emma Inks

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    1. Thanks Emma, I'm glad you liked it. xo

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  3. Wow, such a great deal for that top! Using a monochromatic palette is honestly one of the best ways to dress, in my opinion. It makes you look chic, sleek, and so put-together! Loving the hairstyle and those ripped jeans as well. Always enjoying your posts, Sam!

    xx Chaereen | Inspinkle

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    1. I couldn't agree more! I'm such a sucked for monochrome haha.

      Thank you so much for your kind words, Chaereen :) xo

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