Alright sasspots, I have indeed got myself some knee-high boots! I was originally apprehensive when buying them as I thought they may make me look like an overweight and underpaid street hooker, but I persisted in buying them anyway. And what a great decision that was, I love them! Also, for only £35 you can't really complain. (What an absolute steal, cheers Lamoda!) They might not be the most practical of boots, but they are warm and make your legs look fab, what more could you want? They can be worn for pretty much any occasion, whether it be them being paired with a pair of jeans for daytime wear, or a swing dress for a classic 60's-mod evening look.
I absolutely live for clashing prints and textures at the moment. Jesus, I make it sound like a bloody pastime, don't I? Sorry I can't come out tonight, I'm too busy clashing prints. LOLZ. But in all seriousness, I am utterly obsessed with clashing prints and textures for this Autumn/Winter as I think it's a fab way to make you stand out from the crowd and get yo' sass owwwwwnnnn. Speaking of sass- how great are these earrings made and sold by Lucy? I've never been so in love with a piece of jewellery before them. Excluding the boots, I think the whole outfit only cost me about £30, at most. Oh, the beauty of eBay/Depop/charity shops/Chinese wholesale! Will post all links below x
Coat: Depop, originally H & M , Skirt: eBay, Top: charity shop, originally Topshop, Turtleneck: Amazon, Sunnies: Ali Express, Earrings: Depop - Lucy Rance, Boots: Lamoda
I didn't choose the budget life, the budget life chose me.
Now listening to: FKA twigs - Two Weeks