|1 - Topshop, 2 - Dorothy Perkins, 3 - Dorothy Perkins, 4 - Dorothy Perkins, 5 - Miss Selfridge|
|1 - River Island, 2 - Asos, 3 - Dorothy Perkins, 4 - Dorothy Perkins|
|1 - Topshop, 2 - H&M 3 - Fiorelli, 4 - Topshop, 5 - Topshop|
I am a little bit excited about tomorrow as I am off to do some work experience with my local newspaper for the week! I'm looking forward to getting a proper insight into what goes into making a newspaper and hopefully I'll come out the other side still set on becoming a writer (hold the tea and coffee making PER-lease!)
For the past week or so I have been fretting over what I should wear. I think so many people imagine 'smart dress code' to mean limiting yourself to black and white pencil skirts and buttoned up blouses. So, whilst casually browsing through some on line high street sites, I decided that for today's post I would assemble a few outfits that I think fit the 'smart dress code' mould but break the 'black and white is smart' cliché.