Jumper & Pants: Charity Shop // Belt: Mango // Boots: New Look // Choker: My mums

Although the title may be the things a bride is supposed to wear, I can safely I'm not getting married yet this outfit seems to be a matter of coincidence. 

Charity shop shopping is my favourite kind, you can find the most unique pieces for such a reasonable price or the most basic staples for half that of the high street. The issue of the clothes being 'someone else's' has never really bothered me, we buy clothes from high street stores marked with make up stains yet some people hate the thought of owning something from a 'charity shop'. Does that really make sense? If you are someone who dislikes the thought of pre-owned clothes, after a good wash most items look brand new! At the end of the day I'm sure shopping is a hobby for so many of you, so go to the charity shops! You're saving money and the money that you spend goes to such a good cause, a little goes a long way...

So, we have the something old as my charity shop purchases, something new is my detailed buckle belt from Mango, something borrowed is my Mum's choker bought from Paris many years ago and something blue which are these lovely high waisted pants. Yet again I've managed to go for my classic high neck top and tailored pants, when will my obsession ever stop?

Lucy Jane