Good day my lovely readers, so I said I brought a lot of things so here are a few more goodies for you gorgeous people. I stumbled completely luckily upon a Facebook page by a designer/seller of vintage/ethnic clothing and jewellery and she also up-cycles items. I particularly love the denim jackets with gorgeous machine embroidery on the back, which have fantastic detail. Upon stumbling upon this page a new post had been posted on the page for a variety of stunning ethnic looking necklaces. I snapped one up for just £9.50 (including postage) and it's my new favourite piece of statement jewellery. I adore a top notch statement necklace and this one cuts the mustard. I love the design as it has a Eyptian style to it and the price and everything about this seller's items. The brand is called 'Ethics' and I will post their facebook link here...https://www.facebook.com/ethics.darlington
|Close up, I love all the detail and the central focus|
on the turquoise colour.
|Enjoying my necklace in the sunshine.|
I belted up my shorts with the belt above, the belt cost me just £2 from good old Primark. It adds some edge to the outfit with the gold arrows. As for shoes I wore my new black shoes, which I mentioned in my last post, which are super comfy.
I lovely a jiggly arm of bracelets, I wore my BN bargains watch which was just £3.99 and is a replacement for a Burberry watch I had which is currently not working. I brought the faux silver box chain bracelet from Ebay for just 99p the link for that is here...http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/380608558762?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649 and the sterling silver tribal/ethnic bangle is from Ebay for a few quid.
|My bling arm.|
|Chilling in my garden.|
In total this outfit, including my necklace and arm candy, cost me around £50 which is an absolute steal. It's a lovely Spring outfit as its warm enough to wear in the minimal sun we have in the UK.
|The complete outfit, hope you all like it as much as I do.|
Hope you've enjoyed my post and thanks for everyone's support. See you for my next post, have a lovely weekend.