I love fashion. I love expressing myself, trying out new trends, silhouettes and styles and discovering what it feels to dress like 'me'. I don't feel or believe that fashion should be limited. I don't think people should be afraid to wear what they love to wear and how they want to wear it, and just because I choose to express myself one way, doesn't mean the person next to me has to do the same, but it doesn't mean that they have to be different either. Just because that same person next to me is male doesn't mean that they can't have similar taste, similar style or shop in a similar place to me. There should not be such a stigma attached to clothes - wear what ever the hell you love. There should be no such a thing as 'dressing like a boy' or 'dressing like a girl'. At the end of the day, if you're a girl and you're wearing clothes... you're dressed 'like a girl' and vise versa. Let fashion be entirely androgynous.




Scotts Menswear contacted me recently asking me if I'd be up to styling a piece from their Fred Perry collection. (Actually, they first asked me if I had a male in my life who I could get involved with wearing the piece on my blog... of course, I said no and just laughed that off whilst secretly sobbing into my pillow #aloneforever) I said yes, of course, because who doesn't love a bit of Fred Perry? and I immediately had an idea in mind of the way I wanted to go with this post. 

I love androgynous style. I love mixing more 'feminine' pieces with 'masculine' vibes (notice the quotation marks because I'm really trying not to contradict myself in this post). So, with this outfit I wanted to show that just because you're purchasing an item from a 'Menswear' store, that doesn't mean your outfit will automatically become 'manly' in anyway shape or form.  




Here I'm wearing this super comfy and slightly over-sized (I chose a size M because that was the desired fit I wanted) Fred Perry Sweatshirt. I love the navy colour and knew it would be perfect with denim jeans. 

As I said, I wanted to create an androgynous feel so opted to pair it with my grey Dorothy Perkins heels and my little shoulder bag from Mango. Adding heels to this kind of look just adds that little bit of sophistication and immediately made the look more traditionally 'feminine'. The contrast between all the pieces is something that I find so so cool and love wearing. 

However, as much as I love slipping on a pair of heels and getting all glammed up, I would absolutely love to wear this look with a pair of white trainers and a leather back pack too - something more typical to the 'menswear' vibe. This doesn't mean that the look would then instantly become 'masculine' because, as I said earlier, I'm still a girl and I'd still be wearing the clothes. 




I think it's so freeing to not have label clothes with 'men's' or 'women's'. If I want to shop in the men's section, I'll bloody well do so and that doesn't make me any less of a girl. Our minds shouldn't instantly tell us that I'm dressing 'masculine' just because I'm not wearing a pair of stilettos or twirling round in a flippy skirt - clothes should have no gender.

Enjoy expressing yourself through clothes and don't think about the stereotypes. We're in an age now where everything is becoming so much more accepted, so just be YOU. If that means that you're a guy who enjoys wearing fitted tees and styling handbags, then you go for it or if it means you're a girl who grabs for her tuxedo at prom, then you do YOU gurlll!

I'd love to know what all your opinions are on this down in the comments below because I know it's (for some reason *eye roll*) a super controversial topic right now. However, I do have to say, I'm totally with Jaden Smith on this one.... (if you have no idea who/what I'm talking about... google it!)

If you want to create a similar look then you can find some amazing pieces here:



Don't Gotta Be A Man To Wear 'Menswear' ft. Fred Perry x Scotts Menswear




I love fashion. I love expressing myself, trying out new trends, silhouettes and styles and discovering what it feels to dress like 'me'. I don't feel or believe that fashion should be limited. I don't think people should be afraid to wear what they love to wear and how they want to wear it, and just because I choose to express myself one way, doesn't mean the person next to me has to do the same, but it doesn't mean that they have to be different either. Just because that same person next to me is male doesn't mean that they can't have similar taste, similar style or shop in a similar place to me. There should not be such a stigma attached to clothes - wear what ever the hell you love. There should be no such a thing as 'dressing like a boy' or 'dressing like a girl'. At the end of the day, if you're a girl and you're wearing clothes... you're dressed 'like a girl' and vise versa. Let fashion be entirely androgynous.




Scotts Menswear contacted me recently asking me if I'd be up to styling a piece from their Fred Perry collection. (Actually, they first asked me if I had a male in my life who I could get involved with wearing the piece on my blog... of course, I said no and just laughed that off whilst secretly sobbing into my pillow #aloneforever) I said yes, of course, because who doesn't love a bit of Fred Perry? and I immediately had an idea in mind of the way I wanted to go with this post. 

I love androgynous style. I love mixing more 'feminine' pieces with 'masculine' vibes (notice the quotation marks because I'm really trying not to contradict myself in this post). So, with this outfit I wanted to show that just because you're purchasing an item from a 'Menswear' store, that doesn't mean your outfit will automatically become 'manly' in anyway shape or form.  




Here I'm wearing this super comfy and slightly over-sized (I chose a size M because that was the desired fit I wanted) Fred Perry Sweatshirt. I love the navy colour and knew it would be perfect with denim jeans. 

As I said, I wanted to create an androgynous feel so opted to pair it with my grey Dorothy Perkins heels and my little shoulder bag from Mango. Adding heels to this kind of look just adds that little bit of sophistication and immediately made the look more traditionally 'feminine'. The contrast between all the pieces is something that I find so so cool and love wearing. 

However, as much as I love slipping on a pair of heels and getting all glammed up, I would absolutely love to wear this look with a pair of white trainers and a leather back pack too - something more typical to the 'menswear' vibe. This doesn't mean that the look would then instantly become 'masculine' because, as I said earlier, I'm still a girl and I'd still be wearing the clothes. 




I think it's so freeing to not have label clothes with 'men's' or 'women's'. If I want to shop in the men's section, I'll bloody well do so and that doesn't make me any less of a girl. Our minds shouldn't instantly tell us that I'm dressing 'masculine' just because I'm not wearing a pair of stilettos or twirling round in a flippy skirt - clothes should have no gender.

Enjoy expressing yourself through clothes and don't think about the stereotypes. We're in an age now where everything is becoming so much more accepted, so just be YOU. If that means that you're a guy who enjoys wearing fitted tees and styling handbags, then you go for it or if it means you're a girl who grabs for her tuxedo at prom, then you do YOU gurlll!

I'd love to know what all your opinions are on this down in the comments below because I know it's (for some reason *eye roll*) a super controversial topic right now. However, I do have to say, I'm totally with Jaden Smith on this one.... (if you have no idea who/what I'm talking about... google it!)

If you want to create a similar look then you can find some amazing pieces here:




I am someone who always plans ahead. I can't help it. It's like I want to be spontaneous and fun but there's something chemical in my brain that just causes me to think 'YOU NEED TO KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING AND WHEN OR ELSE EVERYTHING WILL GO WRONG!'. It drives me mad. It's like having the angel on one shoulder and the devil on the other... or some other simile like that haha.

Something I was thinking about the other day was the age gap between me and most other bloggers. I often forget that most bloggers are in their 20's and almost 10 years older than me, yet I constantly compare myself and my life to theirs.  

I sit and watch people's vlogs or read people's posts about them going about their day and looking like they have themselves so together and organised and I think 'Why am I not like that?'.





I live at home with my parents and don't really have to fend for myself too often. Of course, I take care of myself in the sense of; I'll go and buy my own food and I'll go about my own day and work and things, but I'm not living alone, paying a rent somewhere or having to pay taxes, just yet. However, despite the fact that the whole 'adult' lifestyle involves those kinds of things, I still just can't wait to be at a similar age because everyone just seems so content, whereas right now I feel like I'm having a quarter life crisis.

That might seem incredibly mellow dramatic, but it's just how I feel. 

Don't get me wrong, there are moments where I feel happiness just fill me inside and I feel like I'm finally fulfilling life, like the other day when I headed out for the day with the lovely Sophie from Sophie Rosie and we shot these cute blog pics for one another - I felt so happy! It was such a gorgeous day! But at the same time, I think that things just all-round don't feel right in my life. 

Yes, it is pretty daft to compare my life to someone who's almost ten years older, I should be looking at people more of a similar age.. well, I shouldn't be comparing myself to anyone really because my life is my life and their's is their's but you get the gist.



Planning ahead is something that seems to burden me so much, but what I've been thinking about lately is planning ahead in the sense of wanting to be 'that' happy and content with my life when I'm in my 20's too. 

I want to be doing a job I love, living in a place love, with someone I love, just like they are too. I don't want to still be dealing with all the anxieties I am today. I want to be enjoying myself, being independent, living freely. And, in that sense of things, I think that it's okay to look to future and plan ahead, don't you? Surely it's okay for me to look forward to the happiness that hopefully lies in the future for me? To aspire to be content? 

I know people often say to just 'go where life takes you' and 'go with the flow', but I just want to know if that happiness will be there or not, you know? What do I have to do or change to get to the place where all these other fabulous people seem to be in their lives? I just want to get to that place too.

It's probably ridiculous for me to be thinking about it all this much and in this kind of complexity but at the same time, I feel so lost right now, I just want to know that there's light at the end of the tunnel.



This post isn't necessarily meant to be this depressing (lol) because like I said, there are times where I just feel SO happy and in love with all that is happening and the people who are around me. 

It was so fab to spend the day with Soph the other day and capture these lovely images. I vlogged it too so if you'd like to see then make sure you go and check it out on my channel (www.youtube.com/c/HollyWhitee) and also go and read Soph's blog because it's bloomin brilliant.

I think that it's day's like that that will keep me going. They make me realise it's nice to feel free from a schedule and just live and do fun things. But, yeah, planning ahead is something I maybe need to work on or at least change the perspective of anyway.





Also, before I love you and leave you, I thought i'd give you the outfit deets for this post since, you know, I am a Fashion Blogger and all haha.

Here I'm wearing one of my new favourite pieces that I bought recently, which is this gorgeous little Zara dress. It was only £25.99 and is honestly so so lovely - it's super comfy to wear too! (I've included some similar options below for you to check out as well)

I simply slipped on my comfy white flats, a red lip, grabbed my bag and off I went! I felt so cute in this outfit all day and even got complimented on it by a lovely lady serving us at the cafe we went to!

If there's one thing I plan to do, it's definitely wear this outfit again hahaha...

Shop this look here:



Plan Ahead


I am someone who always plans ahead. I can't help it. It's like I want to be spontaneous and fun but there's something chemical in my brain that just causes me to think 'YOU NEED TO KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING AND WHEN OR ELSE EVERYTHING WILL GO WRONG!'. It drives me mad. It's like having the angel on one shoulder and the devil on the other... or some other simile like that haha.

Something I was thinking about the other day was the age gap between me and most other bloggers. I often forget that most bloggers are in their 20's and almost 10 years older than me, yet I constantly compare myself and my life to theirs.  

I sit and watch people's vlogs or read people's posts about them going about their day and looking like they have themselves so together and organised and I think 'Why am I not like that?'.





I live at home with my parents and don't really have to fend for myself too often. Of course, I take care of myself in the sense of; I'll go and buy my own food and I'll go about my own day and work and things, but I'm not living alone, paying a rent somewhere or having to pay taxes, just yet. However, despite the fact that the whole 'adult' lifestyle involves those kinds of things, I still just can't wait to be at a similar age because everyone just seems so content, whereas right now I feel like I'm having a quarter life crisis.

That might seem incredibly mellow dramatic, but it's just how I feel. 

Don't get me wrong, there are moments where I feel happiness just fill me inside and I feel like I'm finally fulfilling life, like the other day when I headed out for the day with the lovely Sophie from Sophie Rosie and we shot these cute blog pics for one another - I felt so happy! It was such a gorgeous day! But at the same time, I think that things just all-round don't feel right in my life. 

Yes, it is pretty daft to compare my life to someone who's almost ten years older, I should be looking at people more of a similar age.. well, I shouldn't be comparing myself to anyone really because my life is my life and their's is their's but you get the gist.



Planning ahead is something that seems to burden me so much, but what I've been thinking about lately is planning ahead in the sense of wanting to be 'that' happy and content with my life when I'm in my 20's too. 

I want to be doing a job I love, living in a place love, with someone I love, just like they are too. I don't want to still be dealing with all the anxieties I am today. I want to be enjoying myself, being independent, living freely. And, in that sense of things, I think that it's okay to look to future and plan ahead, don't you? Surely it's okay for me to look forward to the happiness that hopefully lies in the future for me? To aspire to be content? 

I know people often say to just 'go where life takes you' and 'go with the flow', but I just want to know if that happiness will be there or not, you know? What do I have to do or change to get to the place where all these other fabulous people seem to be in their lives? I just want to get to that place too.

It's probably ridiculous for me to be thinking about it all this much and in this kind of complexity but at the same time, I feel so lost right now, I just want to know that there's light at the end of the tunnel.



This post isn't necessarily meant to be this depressing (lol) because like I said, there are times where I just feel SO happy and in love with all that is happening and the people who are around me. 

It was so fab to spend the day with Soph the other day and capture these lovely images. I vlogged it too so if you'd like to see then make sure you go and check it out on my channel (www.youtube.com/c/HollyWhitee) and also go and read Soph's blog because it's bloomin brilliant.

I think that it's day's like that that will keep me going. They make me realise it's nice to feel free from a schedule and just live and do fun things. But, yeah, planning ahead is something I maybe need to work on or at least change the perspective of anyway.





Also, before I love you and leave you, I thought i'd give you the outfit deets for this post since, you know, I am a Fashion Blogger and all haha.

Here I'm wearing one of my new favourite pieces that I bought recently, which is this gorgeous little Zara dress. It was only £25.99 and is honestly so so lovely - it's super comfy to wear too! (I've included some similar options below for you to check out as well)

I simply slipped on my comfy white flats, a red lip, grabbed my bag and off I went! I felt so cute in this outfit all day and even got complimented on it by a lovely lady serving us at the cafe we went to!

If there's one thing I plan to do, it's definitely wear this outfit again hahaha...

Shop this look here:




My oh my, how long have I been trying to shoot this outfit for?... too long.
A hell of a while back now, Dizen kindly sent me this lovely little dress to style up here on my blog. Due to things in my personal life, a lack of a photographer and the rainy British weather, it has honestly taken me forever to get round to shooting this...but finally, it is here!



This little number is the Elan Denim Shirt Dress by Vila and is £40 on the Dizen website. When I saw this on the site, I knew it was going to be so so lovely but I had no idea just how lovely.

This fit is so so comfy and the colour is so gorgeous and flattering against my skin tone and hair. It pairs perfectly with tan leather sandals but is also the perfect traditional piece that you could also style up in the Winter - I just bloody love it!



Here I'm wearing the Dizen dress along with my Zara glasses, some tan leather sandals I stole from my Mum haha and my ASOS choker.

Let me know what you think of this outfit down in the comments below and remember to go and check out the Dizen website for lots more lovely pieces.



Shop similar here:


Denim Dresses with Dizen


My oh my, how long have I been trying to shoot this outfit for?... too long.
A hell of a while back now, Dizen kindly sent me this lovely little dress to style up here on my blog. Due to things in my personal life, a lack of a photographer and the rainy British weather, it has honestly taken me forever to get round to shooting this...but finally, it is here!



This little number is the Elan Denim Shirt Dress by Vila and is £40 on the Dizen website. When I saw this on the site, I knew it was going to be so so lovely but I had no idea just how lovely.

This fit is so so comfy and the colour is so gorgeous and flattering against my skin tone and hair. It pairs perfectly with tan leather sandals but is also the perfect traditional piece that you could also style up in the Winter - I just bloody love it!



Here I'm wearing the Dizen dress along with my Zara glasses, some tan leather sandals I stole from my Mum haha and my ASOS choker.

Let me know what you think of this outfit down in the comments below and remember to go and check out the Dizen website for lots more lovely pieces.



Shop similar here:





Ever had one of those moments where you just completely lack any ounce of motivation, inspiration, and, you know what, even happiness? Well, I've been feeling like this recently and, my god is it a crap thing to go through...

I often find myself stressing out over my outfits and the clothes I own. I sometimes just look at them and think 'Is this really 'my style'? because more often than not, I'm feeling a little lost and, like I said, completely uninspired.




I think as a blogger, I tend to spend a lot of time focusing on social media and comparing myself to other bloggers. Things, such as my Instagram feed, drive me crazy and I can spend days, yes... days, stressing out over it. But I recently took a step back and realized that the reason I was stressing out so much was because rather than feeling inspired and loving what I was doing, I was just continuously comparing myself, my photos, my outfits, even my life, to other people's.

So, I took a little break. I didn't post on Instagram and have basically just let my scheduled content roll through and not stressed about it. I started looking at other people's content, not for comparison, but for inspiration. That's how it all started isn't it? I was inspired to become a blogger, I wasn't trying to 'compete' with anyone.

I collected imagery I liked, read posts I enjoyed and I've tried to take a step back and just consider what a realistic goal for me would be. I often compare myself to all the blogging gals down in London who have 'Instagram Husbands' and Photographers on hand at all times, as well as gorgeous London backdrops for their photos. But, the thing is, my content can't be like that because I live in Warrington (lol) and I'm single (lol) and it can be difficult to find someone to help me with photos sometimes (although, I had the fabulous Lauren Weare help me with these lovely shots! Thanks gal!)




But anyway, rather than rambling on. My point is that, I'm starting to feel inspired again. I'm looking at other people for inspiration and not so much comparison anymore. I've told myself to take my time, go back to how things used to be and chill out a little. It's difficult as your blog grows, you kind of have to make sure everything grows with it, but I think I've been putting waaaaay too much pressure on myself. Now I think I can see a little clearer again in what kind of direction I would like to go with everything...




For example, I recently got to chose some items from the New Look website and chose these 3 lovely tops (two of which are the same but different colours because I liked them so much haha). Before choosing them, I sat and thought about just how I could style them, what I could style them with, how they would fit... everything! I think sometimes it's good to think about the clothes you're buying a little more and make sure you're choosing things because YOU love them and not because you want to imitate the look of someone else.

#ThisIsNewLook has recently launched on the New Look website, which has come in super handy for me! It's a great way to feel inspired since it features lots of different looks from soooo many amazing (and don't forget, uber stylish) people who are all styling gorgeous pieces all from New Look themselves. To get involved and share your style (and probably help inspire me a little!), all you have to do is use the #ThisIsNewLook hashtag when you upload your photo to Instagram. You could even be in with a chance of winning £200, so why the hell not give it a go?!

Where Is All The Inspiration? #ThisIsNewLook




Ever had one of those moments where you just completely lack any ounce of motivation, inspiration, and, you know what, even happiness? Well, I've been feeling like this recently and, my god is it a crap thing to go through...

I often find myself stressing out over my outfits and the clothes I own. I sometimes just look at them and think 'Is this really 'my style'? because more often than not, I'm feeling a little lost and, like I said, completely uninspired.




I think as a blogger, I tend to spend a lot of time focusing on social media and comparing myself to other bloggers. Things, such as my Instagram feed, drive me crazy and I can spend days, yes... days, stressing out over it. But I recently took a step back and realized that the reason I was stressing out so much was because rather than feeling inspired and loving what I was doing, I was just continuously comparing myself, my photos, my outfits, even my life, to other people's.

So, I took a little break. I didn't post on Instagram and have basically just let my scheduled content roll through and not stressed about it. I started looking at other people's content, not for comparison, but for inspiration. That's how it all started isn't it? I was inspired to become a blogger, I wasn't trying to 'compete' with anyone.

I collected imagery I liked, read posts I enjoyed and I've tried to take a step back and just consider what a realistic goal for me would be. I often compare myself to all the blogging gals down in London who have 'Instagram Husbands' and Photographers on hand at all times, as well as gorgeous London backdrops for their photos. But, the thing is, my content can't be like that because I live in Warrington (lol) and I'm single (lol) and it can be difficult to find someone to help me with photos sometimes (although, I had the fabulous Lauren Weare help me with these lovely shots! Thanks gal!)




But anyway, rather than rambling on. My point is that, I'm starting to feel inspired again. I'm looking at other people for inspiration and not so much comparison anymore. I've told myself to take my time, go back to how things used to be and chill out a little. It's difficult as your blog grows, you kind of have to make sure everything grows with it, but I think I've been putting waaaaay too much pressure on myself. Now I think I can see a little clearer again in what kind of direction I would like to go with everything...




For example, I recently got to chose some items from the New Look website and chose these 3 lovely tops (two of which are the same but different colours because I liked them so much haha). Before choosing them, I sat and thought about just how I could style them, what I could style them with, how they would fit... everything! I think sometimes it's good to think about the clothes you're buying a little more and make sure you're choosing things because YOU love them and not because you want to imitate the look of someone else.

#ThisIsNewLook has recently launched on the New Look website, which has come in super handy for me! It's a great way to feel inspired since it features lots of different looks from soooo many amazing (and don't forget, uber stylish) people who are all styling gorgeous pieces all from New Look themselves. To get involved and share your style (and probably help inspire me a little!), all you have to do is use the #ThisIsNewLook hashtag when you upload your photo to Instagram. You could even be in with a chance of winning £200, so why the hell not give it a go?!

I'm always on the hunt for pretty underwear, aren't we all? It's just something that makes you feel that bit better once you've got it on and for me, it just gives me that little bit more confidence.

B.tempt'd recently got in contact with me and asked if I would like to receive some of their lovely pieces. I, of course, said yes please! and chose some of my favourite items.
I'll be honest, I don't wear pretty underwear 24/7.. I'm a huge fan of comfortable underwear and it's not exactly like I've got anyone to be wearing lacy pink knickers for, but having some nice little pieces to feel good in, is always a plan!



The first style I chose was the Lace Kiss Bralette, which I received in black and pink. This gorgeous style is semi sheer and is pretty hassle free given the fact that there's no clasp and you can simply just throw it over our head and voila! The design is really flattering and supportive at the same time and has adjustable straps which come in handy too. It's made from a beautiful lace and is just so comfortable to wear whilst also making me feel nice and confident!




The second design I chose was the B.gorgeous Bralette which I also received in black as well as a stunning turquoise colour. This design does have a clasp at the back, as well as adjustable straps and combines lace with pretty little ribbon trims to make the design have a very soft, feminine look. The bottom band is elasticated, which is perfect, because no one likes a bra they can't breathe in and the bra, besides being super pretty, is really supportive on the bust too.



B.tempt'd have some really gorgeous pieces and these have become some of my favourites to wear over the past couple of weeks. They're just so comfortable, whilst also making you feel a lot better than if you were to just stick to your classic granny pants (which is something I sometimes can't help but do haha). Check out the B.tempt'd collection here and take a look for yourself!

Pretty Pieces with B.tempt'd


I'm always on the hunt for pretty underwear, aren't we all? It's just something that makes you feel that bit better once you've got it on and for me, it just gives me that little bit more confidence.

B.tempt'd recently got in contact with me and asked if I would like to receive some of their lovely pieces. I, of course, said yes please! and chose some of my favourite items.
I'll be honest, I don't wear pretty underwear 24/7.. I'm a huge fan of comfortable underwear and it's not exactly like I've got anyone to be wearing lacy pink knickers for, but having some nice little pieces to feel good in, is always a plan!



The first style I chose was the Lace Kiss Bralette, which I received in black and pink. This gorgeous style is semi sheer and is pretty hassle free given the fact that there's no clasp and you can simply just throw it over our head and voila! The design is really flattering and supportive at the same time and has adjustable straps which come in handy too. It's made from a beautiful lace and is just so comfortable to wear whilst also making me feel nice and confident!




The second design I chose was the B.gorgeous Bralette which I also received in black as well as a stunning turquoise colour. This design does have a clasp at the back, as well as adjustable straps and combines lace with pretty little ribbon trims to make the design have a very soft, feminine look. The bottom band is elasticated, which is perfect, because no one likes a bra they can't breathe in and the bra, besides being super pretty, is really supportive on the bust too.



B.tempt'd have some really gorgeous pieces and these have become some of my favourites to wear over the past couple of weeks. They're just so comfortable, whilst also making you feel a lot better than if you were to just stick to your classic granny pants (which is something I sometimes can't help but do haha). Check out the B.tempt'd collection here and take a look for yourself!




Hello you lovely lot! Today I have a little post for you all about the amazing Octer website. If you watch my YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/c/HollyWhitee) then you might remember me mentioning this site a few weeks back. 

Basically, Octer is a website which allows you to shop multiple retailers all in one place and compare products. For example, if I was looking for a new black handbag, I could use Octer to shop for bags on all 3 of ASOS, Topshop and Zara, in order to find the best bag for me! 





Octer kindly gave me a budget to use on their website and test it out for myself. My experience was fab and the website is so so easy to use. I wanted to pick up myself a pair of nude heeled sandals and was able to compare styles, prices, heel height - everything - from all different stores!

In the end I decided on this gorgeous pair from Public Desire, which I've been in love with ever since they arrived and I'm just so incredibly happy with them and the experience of purchasing through Octer.




I styled my fabulous purchase here along with this cute little stripe crop top from WE ARE COW, my ASOS jeans and my new little bag from Mango.

If you like the sound of the Octer website then make sure you head on over and check it out. I highly recommend you do! ☺

Shopping For Shoes with Octer





Hello you lovely lot! Today I have a little post for you all about the amazing Octer website. If you watch my YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/c/HollyWhitee) then you might remember me mentioning this site a few weeks back. 

Basically, Octer is a website which allows you to shop multiple retailers all in one place and compare products. For example, if I was looking for a new black handbag, I could use Octer to shop for bags on all 3 of ASOS, Topshop and Zara, in order to find the best bag for me! 





Octer kindly gave me a budget to use on their website and test it out for myself. My experience was fab and the website is so so easy to use. I wanted to pick up myself a pair of nude heeled sandals and was able to compare styles, prices, heel height - everything - from all different stores!

In the end I decided on this gorgeous pair from Public Desire, which I've been in love with ever since they arrived and I'm just so incredibly happy with them and the experience of purchasing through Octer.




I styled my fabulous purchase here along with this cute little stripe crop top from WE ARE COW, my ASOS jeans and my new little bag from Mango.

If you like the sound of the Octer website then make sure you head on over and check it out. I highly recommend you do! ☺

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