Right, so I’m not too sure how this works but I’m just attempting to do my first proper fashion inspired feature. Every month or so, in my P’G Tips menu, I will explore my love for fashion, arts, design and make up, just to share a few tips with you.
Now the other night, I was in Islington in London for a pageant show which one of my best friends from university actually won and become Miss ACS UK 2016. Yes, it was a prestigious event with the contestants in their lovely evening and traditional wear and the crowd looking classy and dapper, but for me, I opted for a smart casual outfit, with comfort being my key inspiration mainly because I was travelling from far and would need to hop off one train to another. With this being said, a simple outfit can easily be dressed up and developed. After running around my local town centre, I went with my original plan of wearing a white over-sized shirt, teamed with blue jeans and went in search for a statement piece. Well to be fair, I never actually intended to include a statement piece in my outfit, I wanted my make up to do all the talking but I stumbled across this lovely clutch.
I managed to capture a few images before I left and once I had come back, thanks to my lovely little sister.
Details of how I dressed this outfit, where everything I wore/used was from will be listed below. From my makeup to my shoes.
Shirt – H&M (£15.99), Jeans – NewLook (£19.99), Heels – MissGuided (£12.99), Clutch – New Look (Reduced from £25 – £9), Leather Jacket – H&M (£14.99)
Products used; Primer – LA Girl and Milk of Magnesia, Foundation – Lancome (13)/Revlon Colourstay (Mahogany), Concealer – MAC Studio concealer NW30, NW45 , LA Girl pro concealer in Toffee/Fawn/Warm Honey, Elf Concealer Stick in Tan, Eyebrow Pencil – Rimmel in Brown, Contour – BH Cosmetics foundation/ Sleek Contour Palette in dark, Setting Powder – Sasha Buttercup Powder/ Ben Nye Banana Powder, Powder – MAC Mineralize Skin Finish in Dark Deep, Lipstick – MAC in Sin/ Sleek in Mulberry, Lashes – Primark, Nail Polish – Poundland.