SHIRT : DAD'S WARDROBE
BRACLET : NEXT
I've been a bit behind on blog post recently but I have just been so busy plus I'm going on holiday next week so need to pack last minute! I have been lusting over white shirts recently and at the moment I'm not planning on spend £40 on one. So the next best thing ... dad's old shirt. You may laugh but once styled I think it actually looks quite normal?! It is a large so could be big enough for a shirt dress - if I was brave enough. I paired it with my blue joni jeans from Topshop, a skinny snake printed belt from Primark and these gorgeous red platform heels from The Rainbow Club.
The Rainbow Club is an exclusive brand which offers a fantastic service. They make beautiful ‘naked’ shoes in ivory satin – yes, traditionally when in white these shoes are perfect for Brides, but why let them have all the fun? So, you simply choose your favourite style of shoe (out of 30) and any colour you would like. They can either be dyed to match a dress, a pantone number, a piece of jewellery or to match the colours from the catwalk this season. The choices are endless. Your unique shoes are then passed through Rainbow Club’s very own in-house ‘Colour Studio’, where these beautiful shoes are transformed by hand-dying specialists bespoke for YOU.
The detail applied to the shoes is impeccable, even down to the blue rhinestone on the logo on the bottom of the shoe. The glitter is gorgeous and seems long lasting as well. Be sure to check out The Rainbow Club's website here and The Colour Studio link here. They also have a twitter account as well to check up on a daily basis!
Would you wear your dad's old shirt? How would you style these heels?