primark skirt
black tied bracelet*
H&M hat
topshop arabel boots













primark skirt
black tied bracelet*
H&M hat
topshop arabel boots


A throwback Thurday of sorts as I've gone back to my scene kid roots and Im sporting some items from Drop Dead. I was literally thrilled to bits when they offered me some of their items. I dont often accept clothing to talk about them on my blog because I just always feel like sometimes I'd prefer to go buy it myself. But the memories and delight of what would have make my little emo kid heart skip a beat back in the day it was an offer I couldn't refuse. Drop Dead were huge back in the day, I remember all I wanted was one of the original blue tshirts with the little ghost with a heart on or the "iconic" ribcage tee. Drop Dead are still fairly similar to how they were back then but sort of modernised into a legit brand, Not just Oli Sykes's clothing label. Never did I think when I started this blog that I'd be talking about Oli Sykes or Drop Dead!

I picked this black jumper with a cut out back as I thought it would be a great slouchy fit for summer. The cut out back makes it really unique and different from anything I own. I also picked a clutch bag which I cant seem to find online anymore. It has the Drop Dead Cat logo on it made out of gold embellishments. I think its so cool and really innovative, I've not seen anything like this from a smaller brand. It feels like wonderful quality, really soft and smooth. The bag itself went above and beyond my expectations! Its nice to see how far a brand that started when I was younger has come over the years, seeing it evolve and change has been interesting. My scene kid regression is really in full force! Pink hair, Drop Dead... What next?

I paired my outfit with my Topshop bomber, which Im determined to get as much wear out of as I possibly can. It's not hard seeing as I'm absolutely besotted by it. I love how it adds so much to a black outfit with it's fun cross pattern, and I really like the bomber style shape. I'm definitely not having buyers regret with this one. It's just too perfect and just right for spring. I haven't worn my much loved Primark pleated leather skirts in a while so I decided to pull it out of my drawers and pop it on today.  To accessorise and finish the outfit I threw on a splattering of bracelets, my Topshop Arabel boots and a beanie! Perfect.