Tuesday, 6 May 2014

You had me at hello






Outfit - 
Top - Topshop  Skirt - Newlook
Boots - Primark   Sunglasses - Ebay 
Lips - Revlon Macaroon 

Some of you may know the song I titled today's post after, it really has nothing much to do with this outfit, but everything to do with the very sunny day that I wore it. So I couldn't help but entitle this post, you had me at hello. I just couldn't help myself.

This outfit was also my pre-Mean Girls Day (the 10th anniversary) homage to one of the most incredibly hilarious and perfect films ever created. Mean Girls Day was last week, and this outfit was my celebration of it, even if I am sharing it a little late.

Love
God bless    

32 comments:

  1. Love the Mean Girls tribute! I totally forgot about it (delusional from no sleep!) this is great!

    xo
    thedeathlyfashion.blogspot.com

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  2. Mean Girls is one of my all time fave films, right next to Zoolander and Pans Labyrinth. ;) Liking the print clash! <3

    Tara x

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  3. On Wednesdays we wear pink :) Lovely outfit, especially the skirt

    splasheswithfabulosity.blogspot.com.au

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  4. nice outfit :3

    http://maybettonight.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. Hello dear,
    That's such a cute outfit, I love the blouse so much!:):)
    After a long break I am back to blogging, just this time I am located in London. I am so excited and happy to be back. I really like your blog and you seem like such a lovely person. By any chance you would like to stay in contact?:) Write me either on my blog, on facebook or via email. I would love to make new blogging friends!!
    With love,
    Gabriele

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  6. Love print-mixes and the skirt looks stylish and comfortable at the same time! Love your blog and am coming back all the time :)

    Much love xxx
    www.christinanista.blogspot.com

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  7. Such a cute outfit, I love the skirt and sunglasses! :)
    emmerliejay x

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  9. I was just passing through and wanted to say hello! You have such a cute blog here, I love it! New follower here :) can't wait to read some more posts xx

    www.poptartsbeauty.blogspot.co.uk

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  10. Lovely outfit, i saw this skirt in Newlook, it's gorgeous!

    Love Emma xx

    www.collagemepretty.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. You look gorgeous dear! Love the color combination of your dress ♥

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  12. Lovely way to mix prints! They work so well together!

    www.tennesseeroseblog.com

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  13. Love the print mash up, I'm just mastering one print at the moment!

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  14. NICE OUTFIT www.agoprime.it

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  15. Love this mixture of prints, your top is beaut

    www.thegoodowl.co.uk
    xx

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  16. Hey yes, loving this outfit. The prints go hand-in-hand, and those sunglasses really put it all together :)

    Thank you for the comment/visit, dear.

    xx,
    http://tinydarling.blogspot.com/

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  17. I love the mix of patterns! This is such an adorably feminine look.

    Sincerely,
    Sabrina

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  18. I think this look totally embodies Mean Girls! The pink plaid skirt is perfect. I love it! You have incredible style xx

    The What's In Between

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  19. Great outfit, i love it! Maybe we can follow each other? :)

    http://nancyco47.blogspot.com/

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  20. Love that skirt! Im a big fan of all things tartan!

    www.britishbeautyaddict.com

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  21. Gorgeous! Love your style and your sunglasses... Also love the retro vibe :)

    http://trend-mae.blogspot.com

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  22. I love the skirt! x

    underbluelights.blogspot.co.uk

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  23. Great sunnies and top! Very 60's :)

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  24. Amazing look! I have this skirt, isn't it adorable! love how you've styled it. Fabulous xx

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  25. I really like this look - it's very much like something off 'Clueless'!! x

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