Knee Highs & Splits

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Since remembering the fact I own knee high boots, life has made it very hard to detach myself from them (as you may have noticed if you're following my Insta/Facebook profile).

I bought these wonderful boots at Schuh in Brighton a couple of years ago and never ever wore them, of course I fell in love with them as soon as I saw them which is why I bought them in the first place, but I never really bothered to pair them with many of my outfits. CRAZY I know! I've been saying over and over to myself "look what you've been missing out on! You complete idiot!". Isn't that an amazing feeling though? It's a bit like finding a tenner in the back pocket of your jeans that you haven't worn in yonks - the amount of happiness you get from that is the exact feeling I have for my beloved booties.

I noticed this look a few weeks ago for it's simple but very diverse look. I love the whole double split style as you can sneak in skirts, shorts, jeans and SO much to create quite a varied ranged outfit. Pairing this with an oversized longline coat would look incredible! Or even the cardigan from my previous post on Polyvore below - absolutely love it! 

I find this look very striking with it's complete unusual top/dress style, it almost looks like a maxi dress at first but it isn't what so ever so please don't try and wear nothing on the bottom half!! Otherwise you may find large groups of extremely happy men swarming towards you! As you can wear this with various pieces, I see this as a very long top that creates a really nice mild statement piece. 

I decided with having this seasons trends in mind, I picked monochrome as my palette and tried mixing it up a little. As long as you grab a trending piece use it as your main focus then build around your outfit, even if it's a tiny bit you can't fail to look different to everyone - remember less is more. I think that's everyone's biggest downfall with fashion, they grab all that they can to get 'the look' but that's not what it's all about at all, your suppose to experiment with fashion to reflect your style and what you love to wear rather than walking around looking the same as everyone else because that's what the social media is pointing out and telling you to do. If you think about it they've had to come up with that also, so why don't you try and do the same? Unless looking the same as everyone doesn't bother you as much as it does me then by all means! But if you're sick of having the same look then why not give it a go? ... So that's my big tip, whether it's monochrome you love, tartan, maybe the poncho trend? Just grab one of them and style your outfit around those trends. Be experimental and have fun with it!



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