Thigh Highs and Monocrome

From time to time I seem to buy clothes that I think is a little out of my comfort zone, and this outfit certainly is that. As much as I love the checkered trend that’s been around lately, I felt like it just wouldn’t suit me and I should stick to my black outfits.

However, after seeing this gorgeous skirt in New Look I just had to buy it and see if I liked it on me- low and behold I did!

On the website, the model paired the skirt with a white t-shirt for a casual look, however as I was going on a night out I decided to pair it with a long sleeved bodysuit from Forever21 and some thigh high boots from Public Desire.

Here are some candid pictures of my finished look. I loved the style of the skirt and it was so comfy to wear all night, and it wasn’t too short either. I felt like the thigh high boots were a perfect addition to the outfit and glammed it up for me.

For £12.99 (less if you have student discount!), I think this skirt has made a great addition to my wardrobe, and I can’t wait to get some more wear out of it, maybe even casually as we transition into spring!


If you’ve been following me since I first started this blog (3 years ago in March!!!) you’ll notice that I haven’t been posting as much as I used to do. Since moving to Uni I’ve been horrendously busy with assignments and a new social life, but I missed my little blog so much. So I’ve decided to post once a week starting from today. I really hope you all enjoyed this blogpost.

What’s your favourite trend of this season? Let me know in the comments! Like if you enjoyed reading and follow if you’re a new reader!

Until next week,

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