Friday, 25 September 2015

September Pay-Day Wishlist

Everyone's favourite day of the month, PAY DAY! Saving is what I'll always say but I cannot help myself and admire clothes which I put into the Wishlist. All the new items and lines of clothing in September has been amazing and here's my favourites of this month, who knows you may see me in some of these soon. Happy shopping.
Image 4 of MOHAIR CAPE from Zara
Zara Monhair Cape
Image 2 of WAISTCOAT WITH TURN-DOWN COLLAR from Zara
Zara Waistcoat with Turn Down Collar
Image 2 of STRIPED KIMONO SLEEVE TOP from Zara
Zara Striped Kimono Sleeve Top
Monki Tina Dress
Monki Sophie Blouse
Topshop Cropped Kick Flares
H&M Studio Wool Polo Neck Collar Top
H&M Studio V Neck Dress
Image 1 of ASOS 70's Belted Mini Dress
ASOS 70's Belted Mini Dress
Image 4 of ASOS Premium Boyfriend Blazer in Check
ASOS Check Co-Ord
Image 1 of ASOS ROMANCE ME 60s Ankle Boots
ASOS 60s Snakeskin Boots

x toni x

Sunday, 20 September 2015

Raw Double Denim

Denim on denim was once a crime in fashion, now after time it's has been respected and consider a trend, thank god.wearing double denim is actually nice and how people style it themselves is truly beautiful, the most simple way of going about this is earring two different shades of denim, preferably dark and light blue, or go fierceless wearing the same shade which is risky but comes across very well.
I went for the easy option of wearing with different shades, the wrap skirt with the raw edge takes a different approach to a normal denim skirt with the asymmetric side falling forward with the hem frayed, I started that as my main base of this outfit. A simple mid wash denim skirt tucked in is how I double it, the top could've been tied or even unbutton with a simple bandeau to tie together this double denim look.
// Skirt: ASOS // Top: Pull & Bear // Shoes: New Look // Bagpack: La Moda //

Double Denim Moodboard
*All Images Sourced From Pinterest*
Spring Outfits 2015: 50 Flawless Looks to Copy Now - The new double-denim: cropped, frayed hem denim flares + a denim kimono with matching obi beltOlivia Palermo's sophisticated take on double denim #DenimShop | The Lifestyle Edit #denimMiroslava Duma www.inmybody.esDenim on denim please repin if you like this picture - follow my pinterest or visit my official blog: http://mutefashion.com/Caroline de Maigret head to toe Marques Almeida denimWhat To Buy From Alexa Chung's New Collection #refinery29  http://www.refinery29.com/2015/01/80767/alexa-chung-clothing-line-launch#slide-3  The fitted silhouette makes all the difference.If I could live in my baggy "boyfriend" jeans, I would. Basically I kind of do!!Stoned Immaculate Vintage – Immaculate High, Class of ’76 Lookbook
 
x toni x

Thursday, 10 September 2015

Kiko Cosmetics Haul

*DISCLAIMER* THIS IS NOT A SPONSORED POST, THIS IS A REVIEW FROM MYSELF TO YOU
Every girl loves a good bargain when it comes to make-up and I think I have found my newest go-to brand. I don't know if I've been living under a rock but Kiko cosmetics isn't the most biggest brand out there from what I know of, but after hearing about their quality I just had to try them out for myself. I decided to create or begin to create my own colour eye shadow palette; the palette itself cost me £6.00 and the eye shadows 'Infinity Eye shadow' were £2.80 each.
208 // Mat Red
236 // Pearly Champagne
245 // Satin Mauve
258 // Mat Yellow
264 // Sparking Green
The eyeshadows are exactly how I expected, bold colours which are highly pigmented I didn't want to swatch anything just yet it all looked too perfect to use. To put into my palette I simply took it out of the packaging and placed the clics into the palette and they all have a secure fit. Ordering them first hand was hard because it was a mix of colours and no specific theme, but after all my excitement of receiving my KIKO cosmetics I just simply had to buy more shadows for my personalized palette, along with an eyeliner, lip products and a nail varnish.
207 // Mat Papaya
230 // Satin Carmine
231 // Sparkling Amaranth
234 // Pearly Wine
243 // Satin Dark Burgundy
281 // Satin Light Blue Denim
282 // Pearly Navy Blue
My colours I bought second time are more warm colours which I can mess around with my matte red colour and two blue colours which I can experiment with my violet/green colours. I will stop with the eyeshadow for a moment and have time to play with the colours I now have. My other purchase was the Taupe lipstick which has been that highly rated, such a beautiful colour with a nice creamy texture. 
I'm no make-up artist or even that good with make up so don't judge my eyes but here are two coloured looks I created with my palette.
Mermaid Lavender Eyes: 245 // 281 // 282
Grunge Cranberry Eyes: 208 // 207 // 231 // 234 // 258

I have to also quickly mention what I've heard about this brand which may draw you all in. Many bloggers/vloggers compare this make up to MAC and that's such a coincidence, because little unknown fact they are produced at the same factory so no wonder they are so simpler, the biggest pro about KIKO is the price. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND KIKO COSMETICS HONESTLY, probably going to be one of the few make up brands I'll shop at.


x toni x

Saturday, 5 September 2015

Blood On The Leaves

Preparing for the new season is always a hard task but very exciting as you don't know what trends will be staying from the summer and what is new to come to autumn/winter. Being a fashion enthusiast who I am, I like to see what the designers preview us at fashion weeks as it may spoil what the looks are styles will be, and with working in retail I notice myself if the catwalk has inspired the high street for the season. I've looked at colours which will trend this season, we've had khaki and rust throughout spring and summer and I don't think we will say goodbye to this just yet, but I've seen the red family taking a conquering this season. An autumn colour is just likely to trend and nothing better than burgundy/oxblood colours in our clothing.
I love this colour so much and have already bought myself my a few pieces in the colour, but picking my favourite items isn't a tough choice because NOTHING compares to this corduroy pinafore. This feminine little dress is in the perfect shade and shape which is the cutest autumn dress I own, the corduroy material is great quality and definitely worth spending a little money on than I use to. The perfect thing about this outfit is that it is cosy yet spacious to layer jumpers or whatever you want underneath. This colour is well suited for this season and to go with the title, makes you blend with the leaves. 
// Pinafore: Topshop // Striped Turtleneck: Topshop // Pointed Boots: New Look //

The mood board is here again, now featuring burgundy outfits perfect for the autumn season *Again all images sourced from Pinterest*
Maroon/oxblood is one of my favorite colors. Not crazy about the hat, but I like how sophisticated the look is.Burgundy! Love this ensemble however I'd wear a pair of heels instead of flats. The flats are cute and make this look appear less dressy and more casual but in my opinion a heel would compliment this look perfectly! :)Brooklyn Blonde has Styled this Tahari Marla Shawl-Collar Wrap Coat to Perfection.Capri's tiny waist just begs for crop tops and leather skirts! Feminine but dark, sounds about right!Everyday fashionOffice outfit Victoria Beckham style..definitely needs to be a work outfit for my future careerLove the shirt and the color!Burgundy sweater + plaid {Lovely Pepa} #fashion #streetstyle #outfit Madrid#streetstyle Burgundy, oxblood, deep red, whatever you call it, I like it! A fall mustdo! #fashion #colorMiroslava Duma was a poster child for one of our favorite Fall hues.
x toni x