Fashion

Pre-Autumn Autumn style
Its that awkward time of year when it's cool half the day and scorching hot the other half. 

So that is why I thought that this week I would show you a few outfits put together on my Polyvore that are using layering techniques so that your not freezing in the morning and melting in the afternoon!

Outfit Number 1


Autumn OOTD 3 2016

This first look is great if you are wanting a, I just threw this on but I still look fab outfit, it's a very simply blue jeans you could wear black with a plain white tee, honestly you could get them anywhere from Primark to Topshop whatever float your boat/budget, what glam's the look up is the cape and handbag the cape I'm showing you is Burberry, but honestly, if you go to your local market over the weekend you can find really similar patterns and make your own I even did in a blog post a while ago click here to check out how your could make your own. If you don't fancy making one you can get them from your high street shops, however, I do still find them a bit pricey no where near as much as designers but  you can make them for a lot less. The bag is from peacocks you may want to sit when you hear the price, it's only £16.00 its amazing I couldn't believe it myself. The heals are Dorothy Perkins £38 for me the heels keep it fashionable if you get the warmth in the day and need to take your cape off.



Outfit Number 2

Autumn OOTD 2 2016

Honestly, I love this outfit so much it has such a cool and relaxed vibe to it. It again, something easy to throw together you just need a long sleeve crop top in either a basic black or white or you jazz it up with some horizontal stripes this top is from Topshop but I'm sure you can get it at most shops. The dungaree dress for me is so cute, I think it's just the right shape, styles and colour, I'm fairly picky with dungarees because I do feel you can easily go wrong with them, especially if you are a petite girl like me and they can drown you a little if you don't get the right shape and size for you, this pair of dungarees are from Miss Selfridge at £46. 
I do also feel with this outfit for a handbag you want something that is simple and classic and with a tan satchel bag you cannot go wrong.
 It wouldn't be an autumnal look without ankle books you either wear these with a pair of frilly socks if its a warmer day or pair it with some black tights if it's going to be cooler.

Outfit Number 3


Autumn OOTD 2016


This is my final outfit for this week, but I could just live in this one I'm not going to lie to you I do. It's so comfy yet as an air of sophistication in that you need all very chilled out clothing items for it to work, so you need your crop cami mine is £6 from Topshop, the legging is the next part honestly my advice is go for the 100% cotton the you won't have any see-through issues I usually get the £3 one from Primark. As for the jumper you can loads of different slogan / applique ones I recently got one at a vintage sale an I love it soo much, you can also find them in boutiques and charity shops, but if you get one from the high street do be aware they it may come at a price.

Next, you need a chic backpack like this black faux leather one fairly small but big enough to get your keys, phone and purse in.
It wouldn't be an outfit without shoes so when I wear this outfit I like to steal my sisters white converses and it does the trick nicely.
If you wanted to accessorize the look you could get the autumn essential pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks if you have never tried it you need to!! And of course you need sunglasses in autumn with the sun still being there and it can be quite intense to some days. 


Until Next Time

Cera




Summer clear out 
Usually people have a massive clear out in the spring hence the term 'spring clean' however I need more space in my room so I'm having a summer clear out and so I'm going to sell some of my stuff of my eBay - http://goo.gl/Qzt76C 
But unfortunately I can't get everything on there due to the amount of things you can sell, however I thought why not share everything on here with you lovely bunch and if you like any of the item and would like to buy it from me feel free to drop me an email click here and let me know what you want and we can sort that out for you! 

All payments are via PayPal so it’s not dodgy.


 


UK Sizes left to right row by row
5/6 , 5 , 6 , 6 , 6 , 5 , 6 , 6













UK sizes left right row by row
8 , 8/10 , M/44 , 12 , L , 12 , 12 , bundle of 4 size 12 , 12 , 12, 12, 10


UK sizes left right row by row
10 , 12 , 12







UK sizes left right row by row
8 , 12/14 , 12/14 , 8/10 , 12 , 12 , 14 , 12 , 12 , M , 12 , M , L , M/L , S/M , 14



I hope you liked everything and if you did like anything in particular don't forget to drop me an email.

Until Next Time

Cera




Festival fashion!!

Hellooo!
 So you may know that I love fashion if you read my blog, but what you may not know about me is I also love music ( I am radio presenter when I'm not on the internet ) and so when it's festival season well its my time of year! I love how music and fashion is combined, I feel festival season really kicks off about now since Glastonbury has just happened, but you also get like a little pre festival season with Coachella, which I would give my right arm to go to but maybe one day.
I have for you this week festival fashion! If your looking for looking for outfit inspiration so you can get that festival vibe or you need some more outfit options for a festival your going to then look no further!

Look number 1





This first look is so cute I absolutely love this outfit it has like a summer Grecian vibe, it will be great for festivals and you can pair it up with bracelets and obvs some boots if your at festival as it's a must unless you don't like your feet, you are going to want something that gives you good protection because the festival grounds can be treacherous especially after a few days of people wondering round and especially if you in the UK where the it rains everyday and it turns in to a mud bath.
If you love this outfit as much as I do and you need it now then click here or on the picture and it will take you to my eBay where you can purchase it.

Look number 2


This look I think is so nice it has a girly yet festival look. The dungarees are amazing as they are made from cotton but look and feel like denim so if it pours it down at a festival then it will not get all nasty and irritating like wet denim does. 
If you love this look then you know what to do click here or on the picture to go get it!

Outfit number 3



This outfit is more an item but they are so nice and great for festivals and you can wear it maybe with a white t-shirt and maybe the backpack further down would look great with this. If you would like these harem pants? trousers? then you can get them by clicking here or the picture!

Bags

Now you probably know that going to festival without some sort of bag is probably not the best idea as you need to keep your money, phone, passes, water etc etc all in one place so here I have for you some small to medium bags that you can just put on your shoulders and not have to worry about!



  
Give the bags a click if you like the look of them to get you to my eBay!

If you do buy any of the outfits or item let me know on my social media or here and tag me if you go to festival and show me your outfits!


Until Next Time

Cera



I would just also like to say that I have bought these all out of my own money and the views are all my own not anybody's else.

H&M Summer time!

So bloglovin' and H&M are looking for the 'Breakthrough Fashion Blogger of the Year' and so I have put together a few of my recent purchases from H&M to show you some of my summer looks and help inspire your summer OOTD (outfit of the day), since this week in the UK we have had a bit of summer, however it might be over as its meant to rain later...




So this dress is from H&M and I actually got it in a sale for only £7! 
It is so cute and I love the Moroccan style print on the fabric as it really gives it that summer holiday vibe, also the fabric is really light-weight so you won't get too hot in the sun. It also has a really cute string crossover bit on the sides of dress.
My shoes I am wearing are from Tesco believe it or not, from the F&F collection and they are super cute and comfy to wear and only £8.
I feel like this look would be nice to wear for a BBQ or summer garden party, or just out and about.





This is one of my favourite go to looks in the summer, it's a t-shirt dress and they are always so nice to wear as they are easy to throw on and look effortlessly stylish! It was £7.99
I dressed this up with my Coachella bracelets (£6.99) and a little purse/clutch which has gold writing which has a hint of rose touch to it (£3.99) which are all from H&M!!
Also I am wearing my sandals from F&F again with this look, but, a nice pair of converse's would also look great with this too.




This is my more UK summer style look, with a light-weight t-shirt (£7.99) you can layer it so if it warms up throughout the day you can be cool, but you can also layer it with a nice light jacket if the weather is being a bit typically British summer and its a bit cool. I paired it with my black skinny jeans which are from new look and my converse.
My top in this look I love, it says on the tee 'don't steel my wifi' which obviously is an important message, especially in the summer because you need to make sure you can post those summer selfies to Instagram!


Until Next Time

Cera



I would just also like to say that I have bought these all out of my own money and the views are all my own not anybody's else.

PROM!

You have to love prom it is the one or two times you can dress like a Princess/Prince or just dress up to the nines.
 It is the one evening when you can just be as fabulous as you want to be,
 I have to say personally for my two proms the first I went in a full princess ball gown dress
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and the second prom dress was a more formal prom so I went Kardashian chic as I say.

But if you are struggling to find an outfit for prom, something that is actually nice and also affordable, don't worry I am here to help you with just that!

As I have Prom for £30 !!

 I recently found this red one shoulder prom dress with red flowers down one shoulder. 




It is perfect to be formal enough for Prom, as well as looking great and feeling great on. 
If you would like this dress then either click the pictures or click here.
£15.00

Also if you want to pair these lovely shoes they are also available to buy on my eBay  for £7 click the pictures or click here and then you will have all your look  complete, you just need is a clutch to match!?



Ahh voilà! Look I have one of those too! So your LOOK is complete all you need to do now is get ready and go!
click the picture to buy or click here
£5 for clutch 
£27 total! AMAZING!!
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However, if you are wanting to go less drama and you are looking for pink elegance then why not take a look at this fabulous dress that will make you Princess ready.
If you want to buy this then click here or the photos





I also have these lovely high heels that are sparkly and go with the pink dress perfectly; which are £8.
click the photo or click here

I also have a cream vintage clutch which goes great with this outfit also available on my eBay for £7 click here or the picture.

All together this prom look is £30!

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The final look I have for you is a long elegant one shoulder Binky dress for under £30.


This also available on my eBay for £17.99
Either click here or the pictures to look further on my eBay!


I have this beautiful clutch from Coast for only £6 on my eBay either click here or on the picture.

 
And to finish the outfit off you could complete it with this glittery shoes for also £6 from Zara, on my eBay. Click here to reach them or the pictures.

The total for this out fit is £29.99. A designer look for less!

If you do buy any of the outfits or item let me know on my social media and tag me when you go to prom!


Until Next Time

Cera



I would just also like to say that I have bought these all out of my own money and the views are all my own not anybody's else.


How to make a blanket wrap!

The current rave of this season is arguably the blanket wrap, they are in every high street store and have taken a twist on the traditional poncho.

However what you maybe thinking as I was is that they are expensive even in some of the 'cheaper' stores
 but in my post for you this week I am going to show you how you can make one for less than half the store prices.

You will need:
150cm X 150xm of fabric of your choice 
either a sewing kit i.e. thread and a needle/ sewing machine or you a can use a fabric glue
Fabric scissors
Pins

Step 1
You will need buy 150cm x 150cm of fabric of your choice you can either look for some on ebay, online, local markets or your local fabric/craft shop.
I bought this from my local market (for £5 a meter) and I got a beige tartan colour, as the tartan print, is the main print for the trend. However there is lots of different patterns you try to get your own unique wrap. This one I got is quite a thick fleece fabric as this will be wearable even when it gets in to the more colder winter months. 



















Step 2:
You now need to fold your fabric in half and you need to get your tape measure out (or you can just use your rule if you don't have a tape measure) and measure 80.5 cm up the fold of the fabric.













Once you have marked at 80.5cm, you will then need to get your scissors, and make a cut of no more than 1cm into the fabric.

Step 3:
This is the step which is going to start making your fabric look like more like a wrap. You will need to open up you fabric and mark a line down to the bottom and then cut as accurately a straight line as you can to the 1cm cut in the center, don't worry though because it will neaten up further along.




Step 4:
Once you have cut the line through the middle, at the top you will have 1cm cut across the top, which you cut earlier. You will then need to the measure 5cm across (where you cut the 1cm) with 2.5cm at the middle where the middle slit is.



Step 5:                                                                   Flip over your fabric if you need to so that it is on the wrong side (so it's on the side you wouldn't wear). You then need fold the two flaps inwards, you will then have made by cutting the down the middle and the top. Next pin the fabric to hold in place.






You will know that you have pined it correctly when the print matches up, like the picture on the right. 
Step 6:
The folds you have made now need either gluing or sewing together to hold it permanently. This step is completely up to you, you can use fabric glue or sew it up, only remove the pins as you go, so, you don't have everything unfold.




This is the glue which I use sometime but there is lots of different ones you can get. 












I decided to sew mine on my sewing machine if you have a machine I would recommend leaving between 0.5cm-1cm allowance on a straight stitch. 
Step 7:
Once you have joined the fabric your wrap will be almost ready to wear.
All you need to do now is to trim the sides to your size, I took 18cm off the right side (when flat) and 11cm off the left side. 
This was the perfect fit for me, I wear a UK 12 (US 8) but if you want it bigger then maybe only take slightly less off and more if you want it a smaller fit.


Once you have finished all the steps you will be ready to wear it and amaze all your friends when you tell them you made it. 
You can also customize it to make it unique to you maybe with some buttons or even tassels on the end and this will create a one of kind look that you won't see every other person wearing.


Until Next Time

Cera




That tartan dress one

It is that time of year again when we are back to layering and get the coats and jackets out again because it is finally Autumn (fall)!
I thought since it was fairly cold the other day, I would dig out an outfit and get in the spirit of the season.


 This is one of my go to outfits in the autumn/fall time. 
My tartan dress which my friend got me from a boutique its super cute, but, due to me having my coat on you cant see but it has faux leather/wet look short sleeves which gives it a cute unique touch to it.

 Also the dress is a light cotton fabric with a tartan print, it is so good to layer so you don't get too hot in the afternoon when the weather decides to have a last minute heat wave for a couple of hours.


My boots are from Select, which I decided to dress up a little with some black frilly socks over my tights which adds a little extra comfort to the boots as well.


My bag is from Matalan.
My coat was from Dorthy Perkins but I got it for an absolute steal on eBay for £4.20(about $6.37)!
My tribal phone case is from Claire's (accessories?).


Until Next Time

Cera



This is one of my go to outfits. I love having a nice floaty kimono as the statement in my outfit, it is so easy to throw together and it still looks fabulous! 
 I also LOVE my shoes which I have had for years they are soo comfy yet they look very put together.
Until next time Cera



Helloooo!
It is the middle of winter here in the UK and the weather has come in full force, such as snow, gales and the stereotypical rain. So I decided to during the current horrible weather we are having here, I would put together a little outfit of the day, with a typical winters day cosy look.
This is one of my favourite looks during winter by layering a blouse with an embellishment on the collar, that perhaps that you could have worn in the summer, under a jumper to give those long cable knitted jumpers a bit of a revamp and giving you a edge and uniqueness to your outfit.   

Also with the outfit I love to wear my pair of heeled boots with gold buckles on the side (when it is not snowing or icy), with this I love to wear a pair of filly socks and I would say 99% of the time I match the colour of my socks to the jumper that I'm wearing.
Until next time Cera

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