On Thursday evening I ventured my way over to Liverpool in tow with my fashion buddy Siobhan who writes the blog StyleSpotterFashionBlogger. Susie Bubble of StyleBubble and Stevie from DiscothequeConfusion were holding an event at the Topshop in Liverpool so we headed down there to talk blogs with them.
I could've spent hours deciding what to wear but as usual I ended up being last minute and throwing together my outfit. Here's what I came up with...
I had on my trusty Markus Lupfer metallic leggings which you could only slightly see and I thought it would give the outfit a bit more of a kick for the evening.
The layering black piece underneath is an Acne low scoop back dress/top which is one of those great pieces that can be worn in so many different ways. I rouche it up to wear with my skinnies and layer underneath my looser tops such as racer backs and anything where you want to get the effect of showing off your back but without actually revealing to much. These low back tops are great pieces to use for layering.
The t-shirt I have on is an old vintage rock band one which I have worn to death. A few years ago I hacked off the bottom of the tee to make it more cropped, it was to wear with my high waisted Levi vintage shorts or some of my high waisted minis. Sometimes I do regret cutting off the bottom of it when I want to wear it on its own with jeans without layering it. We always do these crazy things with scissors when we are younger thinking we are some kind of cool designer!
The leopard skin belt is from Topshop and as mentioned in previous posts is just one of my collection of must have belts from my fashion survival kit!
The leather cropped bomber jacket is the Milla one I have had for years and don't know what I will do when it wears out too much. I have layered it with a Topshop denim sleeveless tie dye jacket which I picked up a while back and I have loved it everyday since I got it. I love how it changes the complete look of my overall outfit and gives my leather jacket a different take. I wore this leather jacket and denim sleeveless combo a lot when I was at New York Fashion Week last year, it seemed to give all my outfits a bit more of a Punk grungy, laid back feel which I am really into when off duty.
Susie Bubble and Stevie were great and gave a real insight into their inspirations for their blog websites and love of fashion.
Thankyou Susie Bubble and Stevie