Girl is on fire: life as art

When you blog outfit posts, you’re always on the lookout for good photo spots, so when I discovered this orange wall at the Tate Modern gallery, I knew it was fate.

But with coordination this perfect, I’ve got to ask: did I choose this outfit or did this outfit choose me?

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Top: Ragged Priest; Jacket: Zara; Jeans: River Island; Bag: Zara: Choker; Boohoo

I’ve always loved orange. Recently, I discovered the joys of mustard yellow, and this colour combo is a match made in heaven. With my ginger hair this jacket has been my go-to for a while now, as I feel it makes an outfit out of anything.

I like laid back styling- but with a twist. This outfit was edgy, yet comfortable. A winning weekend combination in my book!

IMG_2331.jpgI’ve never experienced a colour pop quite like this wall though. In case your wondering, that orange backdrop is carpet, so it felt as good as it looked. I’m not even ashamed to admit that it’s tangerine hue is the main reason I went to the Tate (though I enjoyed the rest of the gallery too).

IMG_2347.jpgBut let’s talk about the real star of the outfit- this amazing cami by Ragged Priest. The moment I saw it I knew it had to be mine. I mean, SERIOUSLY. Look at it! I love a statement top to team with some skinny trousers. It’s the perfect ‘night at the pub’ look. It’s definitely a bold one. I feel like a proper London fashionista wearing this!

The back of the cami is great too, though sadly I didn’t get a photo. I feel this top is an analogy of me- it’s fiery, a little bit quirky, a little bit sexy and very unique (#modest).

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What amazing purchases have you been loving lately? I’d love to hear about them in the comments below.

Stay fiery,

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3 Comments

  1. That jacket is beyond gorgeous with your hair!

    1. Thank you! I am obsessed with the orange/yellow combo at the moment

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