OOTD | Pastel Princess











Coat – Primark (old)

Jumper – Primark

Jeans – Topshop

Bag – River Island

Brogues – Dune

Watch – Olivia Burton

Hair curled using: Lee Stafford CHoPstick Styler

I have been trying to get some outfit pictures for 4 weeks now! It’s dark when I leave and come home from work so weekends are my only option, and when it always rains in Plymouth it really is a nightmare! But I actually managed to get some snaps between showers yesterday so it really did get my weekend off to a good start!

If you’ve followed my blog or Instagram for a while you’ll know that I’m obsessed with pastels whatever the season! This will always be my favourite coat which I still can’t believe is from Primark! I paired it with this Tres Cool jumper which is also from Primark – and only £5! It’s ‘so me’, and I love the graphics on the front. I saw this on their Instagram and had to have it, I was in luck when my store actually had it which never happens for me!

Meanwhile the Chopstick Styler from Lee Stafford is undoubtedly the best discovery of 2016 so far. It creates the most amazing tight corkscrew curls. This is the only curler that works well on my straight hair and creates curls that don’t fall out which is the major sticking point with other curlers/rollers. It took me a long time to curl my whole hair with this as you have to use small sections of hair to create the tight curls, I rushed my hair this time and used slightly bigger sections of hair than I should and it still came out so well! I really do have mermaid hair with this styler, and it even lasts for a couple of days through sleeps which is amazing. I now really want to have curly hair like every day! So thank you Lee Stafford for creating this amazing styler, I don’t know what I did without you before!!

What do you think of this outfit? Have you heard of the chopstick styler before? Do you like curly hair?

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