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This beautiful signature CHANEL compact has an internal mirror, so even if this isn’t the correct shade for you either, you can still have the pleasure of using this as a very elegant compact mirror! This compact comes complete with original box, powder puff and signature CHANEL velvet pouch.
Purchased: Boot’s CHANEL beauty counter RRP £30.00
Compact Colour: Signature CHANEL black with white CC logo.
Compact Shade: 50 Peche.
Condition: Literally tried twice – not correct shade for my face.
“Poudre Universelle Compacte gives you sheer unifying coverage, for a radiant, natural, luminous complexion. The ultra-fine, light texture of this pressed powder feels delightfully soft on the skin for maximum comfort. Combines all the cosmetic qualities of a loose powder with the ease of use of a compact powder.”
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Catwalk Summary: Massive emphasis on nature. Lots of cosy sheepskin, chunky knits, ankle boots, masculine tailoring, short skirts, maxi dresses and cable knit thigh high socks.
Colour Palette: Khaki, Grey, Beige, Off White, Tan and Burnt Orange.
Key Piece: Sheepskin cropped leather jacket.
Rating: 7.5/10 – I was more impressed than I thought I would be.
Images courtesy of Vogue.com
… bit unsure about this one, I *think* I like it… but I reckon it more of a ‘need to see it in real life’ jobby. I definitely like the map print, thats pretty ingenious to be honest!
What do you reckon?
Map Print Smock Dress, £60. Topshop.
I thought I liked this dress when I saw it on the Topshop Unique runway last London Fashion Week back in September. Now the dress is online, I KNOW I love it and I WANT.
Topshop Unique and Boutique, for me, have been lacking somewhat recently… maybe it was just the curse of that awkward transitional period between Autumn/Winter and Spring? I certainly hope so!
Topshop Unique Hawaiian Print Dress, £120.
Ok so I’ve literally worn these had boy ankle boots once to a ‘fashion party’ at Movida last June. They’ve been sat in the box since their one and only wear so I see little point keeping them when someone else could be enjoying their edgy pleasure.
Brand: Topshop Shoes.
Size: UK 3, EU 36, US 5.5.
Heel Height: 4.6 inches/12cm.
Colour: Black with gold stud detail
Material(s): Luxuriously soft Leather.
Condition: Literally worn ONCE.
As you can see from the pictures they’ve got a few natural creases to the uppers (the leather is beautifully soft!), the soles/heel tips are very barely worn and there are no loose or missing gold studs.
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Whistles has MASSIVELY changed recently. Not just in terms of their online presence (check out their very interactive new transactional website Whistles.co.uk) but the brand has completely shifted market focus.
Take a look at my fave SS10 pieces below; all of which will be firmly on my ‘wish list’ until I’m allowed a splurge.
Denim colour block dress, £95. Whistles.
White noise print dress, £110. Whistles.
Denim sweat hareem pants, £75. Whistles.
Jersey maxi shirt, £85. Whistles.
Cropped denim marl sweat top, £55. Whistles.
What do you think of the newly reformed Whistles then?