January 3, 2015

SHIRT DRESS.


lipstick // rebel, mac (here)

tuxedo style blazer // lavish alice (here)+
tartan shirt dress // usc (here)+
ripped knee jeans // new look (similar here)
boots // firetrap vis usc (here)+

My love/hate relationship with tartan is everlasting. Sometimes its my favourite print and other times, I want it as far away from me as possible. This particular tartan is avoiding this trend though as its got a kind of burnt effect and it isn’t too bright. This dress is obviously not made to be worn with jeans but due to not owning a bodycon black dress, I couldn’t wear it as a dress for it being so sheer – but as a top it works really nicely. It also works well with the tuxedo style blazer which is an absolute favourite of mine, it gives a new edge of ‘luxury’ to an outfit!

I’m still getting through the final few outfit pictures from 2014 so I promise that thy will improve. I’m working on a way to make the floor lighter, etc! I’m so excited for what this year holds in terms of blogging and youtube because I’ve got so much planned.
8 comments so far.

8 responses to “SHIRT DRESS.”

  1. EvelinaT says:

    love this outfit! especially the tartan shirt! you look great xo

    It'sEvelina
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  2. Caitriona Tighe says:

    I loooove this outfit. I dying to get myself a pair of jeans with slits in the knees, everyone is wearing them and I think they look so cool !. Also love the tartan shirt dress, it looks really lovely on you x

    caitrionatighe.blogspot.ie

  3. Olivia Cheryl Williams says:

    This is a lovely outift! I love your jacket! Recently started watching your Youtube and your great! Keep up the good work! 🙂 Xx

    Oliviacherylx.blogspot.co.uk

  4. Jess says:

    Thanks gorgeous 🙂 x

  5. Jess says:

    Aw thank you – it might be a little slower now I'm back at university but hopefully the content improves! 🙂

  6. Jess says:

    you could easily make them lovely – just chalk them across the top of your knee while you are wearing them then scissor over the chalk and then run the scissors backwards and forwards to get the fray (which gets more frayed with time) xx

  7. Jess says:

    Its so cute isn't it – its actually a dress but I much prefer it long over jeans!

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a twenty-something exploring the world with a double espresso and a camera.