lipstick // ooh la la, topshop (here)
shirt // next, mens (here)
jeans // new look, custom (similar here)
city bag // h+m (here)
boots // quiz clothing (here)+

Yet again, stealing my boyfriends clothes. If you asked him then he would tell you most of his clothes end up living with me. His shirts are one of my favourites to steal. As he's 6ft4, they are very long on me and brought in a large means they drown me slightly - but thats the style that I love at the moment! My bag is the Zara city bag dupe from H&M which is only £30 and it fits absolutely everything inside. Its my favourite for using every day especially to university. 

These boots are my current autumn favourites. They are from Quiz Clothing which is a brand that I normally look to for days when I'm feeling less casual, but these are definitely easy to wear for either occasion. They are heeled but so comfortable that you barely notice the height and no pain wearing in!


thomas sabo black obsidian and silver bracelet (here)+
thomas sabo fashion charm (here)+

Joshua James jewellery is an independent jewellers that stock various brands such as Pandora, Nomination, Troll Beads and many more. Their store is based in Hessle, East Yorkshire but they can mainly be found online with a vast range of jewellery to suit all occasions and styles. Their website is both eye catching, easy to navigate and in classic colours so isn't too straining on the eyes - its probably one of the most attractive jewellery websites that I've seen!

Does anyone else remember the hype around Thomas Sabo a while back? Everyone and their wife just had to own one. There is something so simplistic but lovely about the classic styles of the bracelets mixed with one or two delicate charms. For my bracelet, I wanted something black but simple - opting for the unisex obsidian bracelet due to the matte effect of the beads mixed with the one patterned bead and trademark Thomas Sabo silver band. For the charm, I went for the 'fashion charm' due to it obviously being my career path and I wanted to stray from choosing a letter, heart or other symbol without much meaning. The charm costs £35 and features a cute little button, thimble and tailors scissors which are slightly smaller than the tip of my finger - so dainty and adorable! 

This is the first piece that I own from Joshua James and Thomas Sabo but in future, there will definitely be more purchases. I'm probably going to try out a new brand for my next jewellery addition (maybe Troll Beads?) but Thomas Sabo will now hold a place in my jewellery box as a favourite. Thank you so much Joshua James Jewellery for gifting me with such a stunning bracelet!