Day to Night Outfits

As I head back to uni this weekend, it is time to sort my wardrobe! I hate having to choose which clothes to keep at home and which to take, not because I have so many but more because I don't ever seem to have enough in one place. There is always something at home that I had wish I had with me over there and vice versa. The struggles of living in two places is very much real and a real pain too! I tend to go for outfits that I can wear both in the daytime for a lecture and then in the evening, whether its for a meal or even a late night shop. Here are three of my favourite outfits perfect to wear whenever, wherever featuring some stunning pieces from Tobi








OUTFIT 1

The first outfit is all based around this stunning White Floral Print Top (£24), I think that it is perfect to wear if you have somewhere to go in the evening. Its floral and very flirty, with a cold shoulder and frilly sides it screams girly to me. I also don't think that it is very transparent, meaning you can just wear a bra underneath. My favourite part of the whole top has to be the cold shoulder, it is one of the best trends that has come around and the halter neck adds some class to the outfit too. I've paired it with a classic pair of jeans and my almost, look alike Valentino's (market buy). These are reserved for special occasions, because they hurt my feet and are too white to scuff up. Pairing it with this top has created a dream white combination that can be worn all year round.





OUTFIT 2

This is the more winter yet cute outfit, I can see myself wearing this whole ensemble a lot this uni year as it is so simple. I always have a leather jacket (old primark) in my wardrobe, I think I now own a grey, pink and black one - too many? They go with absolutely any look and when paired with some suede ankle or knee boots it gives you that biker rock look. Under the jacket is the prettiest Teal Dress (£24), a colour that I think will be making more appearances in my winter wardrobe this year. A shift dress is so flattering on me as I am quite tall, it gives me some added height and doesn't make me look horrible. I love the paisley pattern that is running through, compliments the whole look perfectly. I have also worn this with leggings underneath as a more everyday casual look and it looks amazing.



        
OUTFIT 3    

This is probably my favourite outfit of three, if you can't tell by the big smile on my face. This is the time of year for cosy knitwear and being all wrapped up. A blush sweater (£26) is definitely a key piece in my wardrobe every winter season because it is easy to wear and style. The thing I love about this one is that a long neck and bell shaped sleeves. If you were to ever come and peek inside my wardrobe, then all you would see is tops and dresses with different sleeves! Everything from frills to bells, this jumper is so dreamy and a must have for anyone! I've kept this outfit pretty simple by just wear jeans and flats from VW, but I think sooner rather than later I will be wearing it with boots and leggings!

It is so easy to wear simple yet cute and stylish outfits! Which is your favourite? p.s thank you to my little brother for the pictures! I think he did really good!



post in collaboration with TOBI
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