Bedroom decor additions.

Wilkinsons Kilner jar with handle
Home Bargains paper straws
Emma Bridgewater storage tin
Zara Home candles
Tower of London postcards
Jack Wills sticky notes
Home Bargains note organiser
Wilkinsons Kilner jar
Paperchase postcard
Yankee Candle wax tarts (House of Fraser)
Primark lantern string lights

Seeing as my bedroom is still not quite ready to be photographed in its entirety, I thought the next best thing would be to show you a few pieces I've purchased over the last couple of months to spruce my space up a little. Favourites include the limited edition Emma Bridgewater tin that was produced for the Queens golden jubilee in 2012, which I found in a farm shop of all places, and the bargain floral lanterns from Primark which are perfect for lighting up gloomy days!

Suns, moons and stars.

Topshop hat
Brandy Melville top
Primark cardigan
Bershka skirt
Casas shoes

So this attire isn't exactly appropriate for the weather we're experiencing right now in the north of England, but it's easy to adapt the styling of it to suit said rain and wind *sigh*. I would add a pair of  almost opaque tights, a slightly thicker cardigan and some snug chelsea boots. Oh and an umbrella (definitely a necessity, and one that will no doubt feature in an outfit post soon if the heavens keep up their pouring)

The new season wardrobe declutter.

Countless years before have I made the mistake of frivolously buying item after item (often trend led, admittedly) and then never wearing them, or maybe getting a single wear if lucky, because truly they don't actually suit my body shape/colouring or are just not versatile enough to style daily. However, seeing as I am now saving up for university and a trip to New York, I need to be a tad more savvy with my spending and so my version of the 'capsule wardrobe' was born. The rules I go by? If I can think of seven ways to wear an item (yup, seven) it stays. Other than that I just go for neutral colours, - grey, black, white and varying shades of red and pink for if I'm feeling fancy - versatile prints -  florals and leopard because they never really go out of fashion - and classic and comfy shapes - for my curves that's oversized tops and jumpers with boxy jackets, a-line skirts and slim trousers. And if I really love an item (for example the above Zara v-neck tee) I purchase it in several colours, because I know it is a staple piece I can style endlessly. 

Everything else that doesn't fit in these categories I either give away or sell, I'm constantly updating my depop profile which you can visit here / 'georginabunney' (if you don't have a depop account I'm more than happy to sell via paypal, just pop me an email and I'll get back to you asap)