Yet another galaxy print piece to add to my collection! Not that I’m complaining, I think that this beautiful asymmetric dress which I got courtesy of Romwe is my favourite yet. It will be amazing with a denim jacket, big sunglasses and black gladiator sandals for a summer’s day, or dressed up a little more like this for an evening out! Here I paired the dress with black and gold glittery tights from Topshop and my replica JC Litas from Ebay.
Jeffrey Campbell is providing us with amazing collaboration after amazing collaboration at the moment. This time, JC has worked with online legends Black Milk to produce this mind blowing seven piece collection which is exclusive to Solestruck. Combining popular Black Milk prints such as ‘Bone Machine’, ‘Sick of Men’ and the iconic ‘Rainbow Galaxy’ with JC classics like the Lita, Night Lita, Back Off, Damsel and 99 Tie, the BM x JC collection is truly to die for. Solestruck have just put each model online for preorder, with the promise of each shoe eventually being available in all three prints. Check out images of each shoe below (via Solestruck).
Today my new tartan skater dress arrived which I ordered from Ebay last week, I love it! There are similar things available everywhere, I chose this one because firstly McQueen is out of my budget and secondly I prefer the tartan pattern with a yellow stripe running through it too rather than the more simple red and black designs you can buy. At £14.99 plus postage this was the cheapest I could find online, you can get it here.
For the day time I will dress this down with black tights and creepers or black ankle boots as well as a hoodie underneath my leather biker and a thick woolly scarf whilst it’s still cold!
Like any other girl, I’ve been lusting over a pair of Jeffrey Campbell Litas since forever, and so after learning about knock off versions available on ebay for as little as £27 plus postage, I couldn’t resist! I bought this faux suede pair here (I chose the black faux suede) for a total of £33 including shipping, and I’m over the moon with them. As you can see from the photos, they’re basically the next best thing. The issue of replica products is somewhat controversial and often has an air of snobbery surrounding it, but the fact is that not everyone can afford to spend over £100 on one pair of (albeit gorgeous) shoes. They’re also a great alternative for vegetarians and vegans because as far as I’m aware all JC Litas are made from real leather or suede. What do you think?