printed ruffle shirt, leather jacket, jeans
ruffle printed shirt, leather jacket, denim jeans
topshop jeans, velvet mules, printed ruffle shirt, leather jacket
black leather biker jacket, northern magpie, velvet mules, topshop jeans
printed ruffle shirt, leather biker jacket, topshop jeans

Hey guys, I don't know if you can tell but I am kind of loving anything that has ruffles at the moment. I honestly think if I find some rufflefully shoes I may even go fully out and wear them with a ruffle top and ruffle trousers! Of course the fugly the shoe is the better, so I will be keeping my eyes peeled for a pair. I truly am a massive fan of the fugly shoe and believe beauty is in the eye of the beholder. That really does ring true with this pair of mules I have on here. They have divided opinions between friends and boys will think they are ugly but I just love them. I thought they needed more air time on here so one step away from a full ruffle outfit I thought I would wear them with this look.

Over the past year I've not really worn anything printed as much as I used to. In fact I would go as far as saying my favourite colour for clothing is grey. Saying that and with spring just in our sights I have been getting excited about the new prints and colours coming on the high street. With this in mind I decided to pick up this beautifully painted printed shirt from H&M. This shirt sits perfectly against these godet insert jeans that I am still very much loving still, as you will have seen across my Instagram. To tie the whole look together I've got my faithful leather biker jacket and my Wang bag. I was so excited putting this look together and mixing washed denim with print!

Experimenting with prints and colour clashing means we are closer to spring, the return of the fashion month and in particular, London Fashion Week. I have an exciting competition for you and a friend to go to London Fashion Week Festival at the end of February. The giveaway is for two bronze tickets for either Thursday or Friday at London Fashion Week Festival. This gets you entry into London Fashion Week Festival, shop exclusive offers from over 150 designers and attend insider industry talks giving you an insight to what really happens at bi-annual fashion event. If you would like the opportunity to win these tickets all you need to do is comment below telling me your favourite trend for this coming season and follow me on both Twitter and Instagram. It's that simple!

Here's the T's and C's. This is for London Fashion Week Festival and not LFW. The competition will end on Monday 13th February at midnight. The tickets are non-refundable, nonexchangeable and with no cash alternative. Hope that's all clear! Good luck!






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