I had the pleasure of attending Chalk pr's Alice In Wonderland tea party, which was an evening filled with beauty products and cake - Basically the dream right. I discovered some cool new brands which I'll be sharing soon, as they feature some vegan ones and some amazing hair products so are worth sharing. This was in-between meeting some new bloggers/you tubers, with mouthfuls of cake so it was a perfect evening.
Photos taken by Clare- Rainbows and Fairydust
Candy Top and Duffel Bag: Primark
Cropped Biker Jacket: Topshop via EBay
Zebra Flares: Ebay
Rainbow platforms: Y.R.U via ASOS
Outfit wise I decided to wear my new flares, which I love but the waistband is not great on them. So I'll probably will invest in a pair from Ette Clothing, as theirs are better quality and they have some lush fabrics. I really love flares/bell bottoms , so I'm so happy about the current trends as it means they are easier to get hold of. I also broke out my rainbow Y.R.U platforms! As after the sole spilt I left them in my wardrobe for ages, but I finally glued the mouth shut and they are like new again hooray. Soles with a tongue are not the one. The only down side to being short and wearing flares is having to wear platforms all the time, sometimes I just can't face them and if you get the flare turned up you end up losing the actual flare. I may search for some in a petite length for the days I just want to wear trainers. As it was tea party themed I wore my primark candy tee, and my rainbow cardigan. Basically channelling my inner spice girl at the moment.
As you know I was really ill for like two months -Feeling a lot better now by the way, so thank you all for your well wishes. I couldn't get out, and was very down and bored so I went on an EBay vintage spree. So really excited to show you what I've been buying, and finally start wearing it all. If you like went I've bought, I may do a post on the best places to buy vintage and what to search for. As I get asked a lot and I'm happy to help, as it can be hard to find certain things as they are usually listed really poorly.