Sunday, 20 January 2013

Hot Pink Outfit In The Snow

Don't eat the yellow snow
After a week of enviously seeing everyones twitter and facebook feeds fill up with pictures of snow the Wirral finally got some of its own. For myself I can take or leave the white cold stuff but my little girl was almost hysterical when it finally hit and its impossible not to get caught up in the excitement.
Sledging in West kirby
I also had a whole weekend off for a change, no wedding makeup booking, no Pamperbox event, its been blissful and as you can imagine I have not wanted to get too tarted up.
Striking  a pose in the snowy garden
So this outfit was my official slob out gear. I'm still trying to utilise clothes I already own to try and curb my constant clothes buying and this mint green summer dress which I brought from Dorothy Perkins a few seasons ago is super comfy (I now realise it needed an iron but hey I will leave being perfect to others)

Ive worn it with a cardigan which I brought from Monsoon years ago, some leggings by Evans and my TUK brothel creepers. 


Ice cream colours for icy conditions

I'm trying to give my fringe a rest from the constant victory rolling and quiff abuse it goes through so am wearing it down a few days a week. Its strange not having the hair height but tying this pink bandanna into a bow means I still feel quite rockabilly chic.
wearing my fringe au natural-well it is the weekend

My necklace is by the tremendous Bete Noir and I'm wearing Hello kitty lipstick in shade "Urban Punk" which I brought on a whim from Superdrug last week. I'm actually loving the colour and the fact that the lid has a cats head on.
hello Kitty Lippy and a crumpled dress-I'm so classy
I know in winter we are encouraged to wear greys, browns and black but wearing hot pink and mint green suits my mood of weekend fun. its a shame its over so fast!
Remember feeling good and looking great has nothing to do with dress size and everything to do with attitude.Never wait to be a certain weight to start enjoying clothes and never reject anything thinking it wont suit your shape. Try it on-you may be surprised.
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