Yellow&Blue Day

Heyaaa everyone!! Long time, long time eyyy! Tehehehehe.
So i uploaded a Yellow&Blue Lookbook on Youtube. Check it out if you haven't and please subscribe and comment and like and just show you loveeee !
But you know if you just wanna read then heres a blog post on some of the outfits i put together for you all. My favourite clothing colours im loving and mixing together is Yellow&Blue. Yes they may be bright and for spring or summer but heyyy who wants to be dull in winter. Not Me!
Anyways before i blaaarrber on heres my styles to you! xXx

Mustard Top
Royal Blue Maxi Skirt
Two colours which match together and brings out your natural skin tone.
Shoes: Thrift shop (i shall look at the label and update this post with the name)

Earrings Brown Dream Catcher Earrings which help to add a bit of culture from the West Indies....

Head Accessories (which is actually a necklace) can really bring the attraction to the face especially if you use colours that complement your skin tone as well as match your outfit.

 You've probably seen this outfit (well tunic) many times now but its sucha lovable clothing item! A mustard colour tunic pared with blue Nike high tops or mid tops! (sneekers). This gives it a cool girl style to it and also compliments the belt with the black outlines.
Side shoulder bad (Primark long time ago) also adds to the look and belt.

Black Spike bangle matches the colour black as well as goes with the mustard and blue head scarf which i made into a bow.

Feather earring on one side and pearl stud on the other side. As you can probably tell by most of my pictures I adore wearing different earrings especially feather earrings with a stud on the other ear. A good way to jazz up your outfit. Here I just went with a black feathered earring to match the rest of my outfit because I feel  I have quite a bit of accessories therefore I couldn't choose a colour which is different or else they'll be too much going on.

Yellow Head Scarf. Wrapped around my head with a knot and instead of leaving it as a bow i just tucked in the ends !
Yellow Blazer (buttoned up). Gives your outfit a smart look but still a casual feel with the jeans.

High Waisted Jeans from Jane Norman (navy blue) which are tucked into the shoes

Thick wedged boot heels from Primark (black).
These are literally my most precious buy ever. I actually adore these shoes that's why i don't wear them often so they don't get damaged as well as bore people by wearing them too many times. It also includes a zip as well as laces which jazz up the shoes a bit and creates that feeling that they quite expensive but are actually cheap ! Nice one Primark!

Necklace. Blue and black all the way around. A nice feature to have and complements the two yellow colours i have on.

Gold round earrings. More BLING !!!

Yellow Smart Blazer

Navy Blue High Waisted Jeans (Jane Norman)

Mustard and white outlines Shoes.

Silver diamonte bracelet. Very much a plain one but thats a good thing. Doesn't over do the whole outfit !

Hair is just braided to the side.

Head scarf creates a feminine look tied on the neck and also shows character (hmmm that does make sense hopefully)

Pearl earrings are just the same on both sides.

Braids (done them myself) decided to add colour this time! Blonde and Black.
Hair style is simple no need for any hair bands at all. Just a high (really high) bun close to the forehead and to the side.

 Put all you hair to the front of your head and twist all the hair in one while doing that twist it around to make a bun almost like a doughnut bun!

Top. A traditional top from India. Features a lot of tones from yellow green to blue. Another feature that i like about this top is that it sparkles !

Earrings are feathered earrings and a stud on the other side.

Shoes (sorta like Timberlands). Mustard with white out lines to match the top and earrings.

xXx Lots of kisses and Hugs SamanthaPlanetEarthCalling xXx

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