Pair 2 is also from a US based online store, Pylo. I love the interesting print and its brown and turqouise hues, and better still this pair is only £18.86! Pylo stock loads of other amazing bell bottoms too.
Yet another sheer paneling piece: this time it’s a white cropped vest from Select, which is a total steal at £6! The black version is even more of a bargain on sale for £4. White and black crop tops are an essential part of my wardrobe, and the sheer panel in this one gives it a little bit of an edge which I love. Here I’m wearing it with my Zara style black skort from Romwe, an old oversized and asymmetric sheer black shirt by Sparkle & Fade from Urban Outfitters (a great alternative cover-up to the very ‘in’ sheer kimono) and black and white Nike Roshe Runs. I’m carrying a new bag from Primark, the colour of which I love and at £12 it’s great value for such a large bag – it is easily big enough to be an overnight or weekend bag.
T-shirt – Urban Outfitters | Trousers – MissGuided* | Trainers – Nike
Not much to say about this super casual outfit – all black is always a safe bet! I’m wearing my new croc effect leather trousers from MissGuided with an old Rottweiler print t-shirt (Givenchy but not quite) from Urban Outfitters and a pair of Air Max 1s with a similar colourway to my t-shirt.
I’ve been after a pair of leather trousers for a while, and this pair from MissGuided are great! They’re faux leather, and I didn’t find them to be too sweaty to wear. They are very tight and don’t have much stretch in them, so I would recommend sizing up if you’re between sizes, but other than that are a great alternative to jeans or leggings for day or evening!
I recently won this gorgeous vintage bralet from eBay for £4.99 and I’ve been so excited to wear it! It’s a beautiful velvet fabric with simple silver and pearl coloured embellishment on each of the cups. This evening I paired it with a chiffon maxi skirt from American Apparel, House of Holland fishnet socks from Tights Please, Underground creepers and an Urban Outfitters camo jacket for a dressed down / dressed up look for a friend’s birthday gathering. The colours aren’t very summery considering the fact that it’s July at the moment, however neither is the weather!
I’m part way through a huge clear out of my excessive wardrobe, and I’m trying to raise a little money by selling on some of my clothes! If you’re interested in anything below please click through the various links in the captions to find out more information and purchase, or if there is no link to purchase (either on hannahswardrobe.bigcartel.com or ebay) then please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about purchasing! If you have any other questions about my items, or would like to negotiate a price then also feel free to email, and please put ‘hannahlousief blog sale’ as the email subject. All prices listed below are not including shipping which varies from item to item and destination, and I will ship worldwide! Thank you, and happy shopping!
I couldn’t resist this rottweiler print t-shirt by Worn By in Urban Outfitters after lusting over the various rottweiler inspired Givenchy pieces for so long. Despite its £28 price tag (or rather £25.20 with student discount), for me it was worth every penny!
The shiny ‘scarf print’ bomber jacket is also a recent addition to my ever expanding wardrobe, which I got here from an Ebay store – it also comes in green and gold colourways and at £19.99 it’s the perfect way to own this trend afforably.