What I Wore | Cream Check Blouse

Today I have a casual ‘What I Wore’ post featuring a laid back outfit I wore to college yesterday.

New Look Blouse
New Look Blouse
I got this cream check style sleeveless blouse recently in New Look. It is the perfect alternative for Spring/Summer as it is in a nice light colour compared to the usual dark red and navy check shirts and blouses. Here, I have teamed it with my light blue skinny jeans from Penneys/Primark for a nice laid back casual look. I wore this outfit to college and it is very comfy if you are rushing in and out of lectures and group meetings. If you didn’t want to wear jeans and felt like giving this look a different twist, I think it would look great paired with a light denim or blue skater style skirt. I am in love with this one here from River Island! It’s on my wish list!
New Look Blouse
New Look Blouse
River Island Blazer
This cape/cardigan style blazer is from River Island and I bought it back in September. It has been featured on here a lot in many different looks, I have gotten so much wear out of it and I can see it lasting until next winter! You can never go wrong with something black! It also adds a bit of warmth to the look as it is not quite summer just yet. My shoes are also from New Look, they are a fairly recent purchase and since buying them I haven’t taken them off. They are featured here if you want a better look!  Also they were a complete bargain at €12 down from €24.99!
Thanks to everyone for reading and I hope you liked the post! Also if you read my blog you may have noticed that I have stopped my weekly ‘How to Style It’ post. The reason for this is that I felt I haven’t had enough time to dedicate to it due to college, and I don’t want to give it a half assed attempt! I think quality is better than quantity and I hope you guys agree. When college finishes I want to start a new series so I would love to know if any of you have any ideas on what you would like to see? I am open to everything! Just let me know here, on Facebook or Twitter! Whichever is easiest for you.

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