I have to admit I haven’t really worn my dungarees since the summer, but when I saw this outfit I immediately pinned it for future overalls inspiration. I probably would have tried the shirt and a neck bowtie with it except for the fact that my shirt was in the wash, and I’ve been wearing the Primark white gem beanie so much since I got it before Christmas that I was desperate to swap the black hat for my bejeweled beauty. (And at £3 full price it certainly knocks the socks off the Markus Lupfer tiara beanie which is nearly 50 times the price…!)
So Pinterest wins again. But I still think that taking inspiration from others’ outfits and “making do” with what you’ve got results in some new and interesting combinations. Sure, I wore my red brogues and a blazer like Beth did in her outfit, but it’s not a direct copy I’m glad to say (and that would be a bit boring, wouldn’t it).
I haven’t seen many bloggers wearing bejeweled beanies – do you have one, or would you consider getting one? Let me know (oh and please don’t forget to vote for me in Fever London’s model competition – details at the bottom)!
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Shop my look! You can’t buy the Primark beanie online (in store only) but here’s some alternatives for you 🙂
Beanie: Primark, Dungarees: Asos, Blazer: Marks & Spencer, Brogues: Asos, Nails: Nails Inc Hampstead Heath
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