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(All pieces from Matches)

Apart from fashion, another huge interest of mine is music, and it wasn't util I built this extremely lust-worthy wish-list (or series of pretty darn luxurious outfits) that I realised it wasn't just the simple ladylike and often twee style of Alexa Chung that inspires the majority of my wardrobe, but more often than not the ladies in my iPod.

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After probably spending more time than healthy scrolling pages of beautiful printed silk blouses and matching trousers, ox blood tinted fedoras, rich smoking slippers and more mustard tones than you could wish to see on a Sunday roast spread; I was pretty oblivious as to how much my style is inspired by that of Florence Welch. With Florence, there's something completely authentic and seventies about her style; yet equally if you told me she'd have just waltzed out of a Millais painting dripping in ivory lace and auburn locks flowing, I probably wouldn't question you- additionally with my current autumn wardrobe essentially being a pallet of burgundies, paisley and trouser suits, I'd be lying if I said she wasn't one of my trend heroes.
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Additionally, visiting the Matches was a little similar to those moments when I'm having a little naughty on a certain website eding in A-Porter (sadly those are the sites I've never actually shopped on) but the thrill of seeing so many beautiful pieces (lusting after more striped jumpers and Isabel Marant lace blouses), plus making a wishlist certainly worth wishing for was time well spent in my opinion(and also gave me some pretty cool outfit ideas- hurrah)!

x

Sponsored post, but everlasting love for Flo
dreamout

(All pieces from Matches)

Apart from fashion, another huge interest of mine is music, and it wasn't util I built this extremely lust-worthy wish-list (or series of pretty darn luxurious outfits) that I realised it wasn't just the simple ladylike and often twee style of Alexa Chung that inspires the majority of my wardrobe, but more often than not the ladies in my iPod.

dreamout2
After probably spending more time than healthy scrolling pages of beautiful printed silk blouses and matching trousers, ox blood tinted fedoras, rich smoking slippers and more mustard tones than you could wish to see on a Sunday roast spread; I was pretty oblivious as to how much my style is inspired by that of Florence Welch. With Florence, there's something completely authentic and seventies about her style; yet equally if you told me she'd have just waltzed out of a Millais painting dripping in ivory lace and auburn locks flowing, I probably wouldn't question you- additionally with my current autumn wardrobe essentially being a pallet of burgundies, paisley and trouser suits, I'd be lying if I said she wasn't one of my trend heroes.
dreamoutfit3

Additionally, visiting the Matches was a little similar to those moments when I'm having a little naughty on a certain website eding in A-Porter (sadly those are the sites I've never actually shopped on) but the thrill of seeing so many beautiful pieces (lusting after more striped jumpers and Isabel Marant lace blouses), plus making a wishlist certainly worth wishing for was time well spent in my opinion(and also gave me some pretty cool outfit ideas- hurrah)!

x

Sponsored post, but everlasting love for Flo

27 comments:

  1. Love hose shoes in the second outfit! Xxx

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  2. I'm not usually really a jewellery person but those earrings have brought out my inner magpie!!

    Becky | lifestyleflash.com x

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  3. I love Florence Welch's style too, I love those trousers and shoes




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  4. the paisley dress at the top is amazing, florence is a big inspiration to so many people! i've seen her in person and she never looks dull!
    love your blog :)

    emmasalter.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. Love the top and blazer!
    Merrybellyland777.blogspot.com

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  6. Love the wine colours. xx

    Jos
    www.bloomingflame.com

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  7. Love the second outfit! You have such a gorgeous and unique style!x



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  8. Cool stuff

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  9. Gorgeous choices, loving all the printed silk shirts and the round glasses!

    Tweet

    xx

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  10. Totally agree that the music we listen to can influence how we dress. I listen to a wide variety of artists and I think that comes across in how I dress. i don't think I have a particular style, everyday is different depending on my mood, which in turn dictates who I listen to and what I wear.
    I've never thought of it like that before.. :P
    Love the last outfit
    xx

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  11. Her stylist is someone I used to work with so I have had a few fun nights out with her (claim to fame alert!). She is one of the sweetest, nicest people out there. Lovely lovely girl xx

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  12. The glasses and trousers from the 2nd section are just great! as always loving your blog :)

    http://katieswardrobe.blogspot.com

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  13. The baroque trend is really in :)

    Sun-driven.blogspt.com

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  14. Florence is such an idol, such great style. Love the burgundy trousers!!

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    <3

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  15. i love the last outfit :) kisses
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  16. Your style does really remind me of Florence, as well as the gorgeous Alexa Chung! What an amazing combination!

    Pip x

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  17. I love Florence and her style is unique so I also love this post <3
    http://coeursdefoxes.blogspot.com/

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  18. Beautiful collages, those burgundy trousers are stunning!

    B
    x

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  19. I adore this! The first dress is so unique, really stunning

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    x

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  20. That's so pretty! Love it! <3 xo

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  21. OLIVIA i love florence more than anyone in the world. excellent work, missus x

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  22. The first and third outfits are favourites of mine!x

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  23. Looking at this is going to make my bank account 0!
    Love florence!
    http://shradhaloves.blogspot.co.uk/
    S xx

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  24. Lovely! xxx
    http://athousandseasons.blogspot.co.uk/

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  25. i'm into this pajama situation

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