Outfit of the Day: A Feminine Touch

Greetings Readers!

Hello and welcome again to another blog post at fashioneyesta.com!

I am on a roll at the moment am I not dear reader? Well being off for an extensive period over the Summer will do that for you. So whilst I am enjoying nights in and mornings off I thought I would make the most of the opportunity and write blogs for you guys!

I would first of all like to say a huge thank you to all of you lovely people who have been commenting, tweeting and sharing my recent blog on Scope. I am absolutely delighted with the response that I have had and I am so lucky and blessed to have some of the most amazing people following and supporting me.

So, thank you all very much for your continued support and be sure it will be rewarded with some great upcoming blogs for Autumn fashion!

But, until then today I have yet another Outfit of the Day post for you and today I will be showing you a recent outfit that I wore for a social outfit.

Now, if you have been following me for a long period of time you will know that theres two things in fashion that I love.

1. Vintage Styles

2. A Bargain!

But, what I love most of all is when two things combine to make something truly amazing.

A few weeks backs I made a trip into my local shopping centre in Bromley and it just so happened that I all of a sudden got a huge desire to walk into Primark. Of course I blame it on my Guide Dog Unity for convincing me it was a great idea!

Unity: (Makes a quizzical brow) Really….Is that the actual reason? Using me as an excuse for your obsess-

Well, anyhow let us just say that I made a trip into Primark and amongst the standard things of some flats, a new pair of slippers and some basics I found a great little gem in the sale wrack with is truly one of a kind!

So, read on to find out more…

A longshot of me waring my outfit
A longshot of me waring my outfit

Dress: Navy Blue Circle Skirt Dress

Description: A navy blue dress with embroidery detailing on the chest area and hem. The skirt is a long circle skirt at the length of a midi dress with cap sleeves, navy buttons and a classic collar which can also be starched to create a Audrey Hepburn inspired look.

Note that it is a button up dress which I am wearing slightly unbuttoned at the top and I am wearing a black bandeau underneath.

Price: £10 (reduced from £17)

From: Primark (currently available)

A close up of me looking down with my waist belt and part of my dress visible
A close up of me looking down with my waist belt and part of my dress visible

Belt: Tan Waist Belt

Description: A stretch waist belt in a light tan colour with a circle shaped large buckle fastening.

Price: £6

From: Dorothy Perkins (old stock)

Shoes: Navy Blue Round Toe Heels

Description: Navy blue suede material high heeled shoes with bow detailing to the front and closed toe.

Price: £8

From: Dorothy Perkins (old stock)

A headshot
A headshot

Ring: May Ring

Description: A large round shaped ring in deep black with silver and clear dementia detailing fashioned into a 20s art deco design.

Price: £150

From: Swarovski Crystal (old stock)

Clutch Bag: Tan Moc Croc Clutch Bag

Description: A rectangular shaped clutch bag in an envelope style with metallic clasp in a light tan moc croc affect. Very classic and simple but big enough to fit your essentials.

Price: NA (Gift from my Mum)

From: River Island (very old stock)

A middle shot of me
A middle shot of me

Hair and Makeup 

Hair: Curled and styled into a bouncy curl with my long side fringe merged into the hair.

Makeup: Plum coloured lips with nude coloured eyeshadow and black eyeliner paired with a light coating of foundation, brozer, peachy blusher and a light coloured highlighter.

And that wraps it up for today my friends!

Don’t forget to leave a comment, follow me on twitter @DavisonEm and I shall see you all next time!

Until then dear readers!

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Emily is a Masters Degree Student, Writer, Journalist, YouTuber and blogger who runs the blog and YouTube channel fashioneyesta.com.

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