For those who don’t know me or haven’t read my blog before, I set this website up to coincide with my job as a full time model- to work much more closely alongside brands and give an insight into my life (for those of you who care)- but not long after launching I became so busy with modelling clients that unfortunately the blog had to take a back seat. Its been nearly a year though now since I first set it up and with an amazing management behind me (Proof Management) I thought it was about time to give it that extra push and make sure I’m updating my posts on here, so please keep checking as I have lots coming your way.
Now back to the post at hand and I’m talking everything accessories, in particular the famous GG Gucci belt. I was lucky enough that my boyfriend bought me this little gem for being, and I quote, ‘the best girlfriend ever’ (seriously ask him). I’ve had my eye on it for a while though now so I’m so happy to have it as its quite hard to get your hands on.
I think accessories are so important with an outfit- whether that be a bag, jewellery or in this case a belt. Honestly, picture this outfit without the belt and it really isn’t great, it doesn’t look finished at all.
You can wear this belt with anything really, a distressed denim skirt, wrapped around your waist with a little summery day dress or smart/casual as I’ve worn here.
If you’ve read any of my other posts you’ll know that I love high street retailers- great for wardrobe top ups, keeping up with fast fashion today and no one can deny the price points are great but I think one way to enhance your outfit is with designer accessories. They’re much more affordable than buying a whole wardrobe from Gucci for example and they can add a touch of luxury to any high street outfit. I’ve paired this Gucci belt (larger size here) with some ankle grazer jeans, satin lace cami top, bag and blazer (similar here) all from H&M and a pair of black stilettoes from Zara (similar here) to create a classic style great for heading out for dinner or drinks.
Photography- Rebecca Spencer