Rachel Cottam Photography

Baroque Dress c/o Sugarhill Boutique (here) | Faux Fur & Leather Jacket, River Island (here) | White Turtle Neck Top, Primark (similar) | Opaque Black Tights, ASOS (here) | Lace Up Cleated Boots, Schuh (similar) |

If you read my last post, you'll know that i'm feeling super inspired to dress in a vintage style recently, mainly because I got inspiration from street style bloggers and a few friends, but also because I work at Primark and we are getting ready for spring. I'm seeing lots of culottes, cleated wedges and dainty necklaces. So I was so happy yesterday when I received this baroque dress from Sugarhill boutique, after Royal Mail lost my first dress. I had a jacket in a similar pattern last year and loved it to pieces, so I know i'm going to love this dress just as much. The pattern is so quirky, and the leather sleeves give it a real grungy feel which I love. I decided to dress it quite 60's esque with a turtle neck, and for some reason it worked! I'm thinking of wearing this outfit tonight, possibly swapping the turtle neck for a statement necklace and a black croc print clutch.
Have a great weekend!


  1. I Love the layers in this! I'm going to see if I'm able to do this with any of my dresses and turtle necks now :) x

  2. Such a gorgeous look! That leather jacket needs to be in my wardrobe, it's amazing!

    Amanda / Amanda's Escape

  3. I absolutely adore the layers in this outfit, what a beautiful look xxx

    Blonde Of Carbs

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  5. I love how you styled the dress, especially the boots!

    Carolyn x

  6. Beautiful outfit, I love all the different ways you layered pieces!

    xx E∆

  7. Gorgeous dress! X

  8. great pairing! the print of the dress is gorgeous.
    and can i have your hair? <3


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