Never regret eating too much ice cream or spending too much on dresses, they are two of the nicest, cosiest feelings. For years I’d dreamed of placing an order with Miss Patina, so with my birthday newly over with,
balancing a tub of Ben n Jerry’s (one sweet world) on my knee and armed with a £30 off discount code, I picked out my autumn wardrobe of dreams.
Spoiler: the whole thing was pretty much brought about by this dress, plus I have a thing for delicate pastels haha. Autumn can be the new ice cream season, right?
My order arrived lovingly wrapped and one detail I particularly fell in love with were the labels, so intricately designed and tied with a pink ribbon. I love the little scalloped detailing and tiny birds around the logo.
The crazy cat lady dress of dreams! The collar alone was enough to woo me in to buying this and it features a check print with little tabby faces. It has so many cute details, I love the little black spotted tie at the front. It comes to just above the knee when worn and the skirt flares out beautifully; it also has gathered
poofy sleeves. I purchased this in the sale when it was around £50, I think it’s gone up since but is worth keeping an eye out for this when they next run a sale. I found the jumper on a sale rack in Forever21 for only £7.99. It is the prettiest blush-mauve hue with little flecks of coloured wool, like confetti, as well as being super toasty.
This top had been on my Pinterest for years and years, I was so excited to find it was still available! We found each other in the end haha. It’s of such a gorgeous dusky ballet pink shade and I love the lace detail and pleats, it’s so beautiful, I can’t get over it. I ordered a size 10 and it’s definitely more a 10-12, the fit is perfect!
Crazy cat lady strikes again. Although it wasn’t the adorable embroidered cat motif that first drew me to this dress, I adore its shape and material, nice and thick for the colder months. It has such a lovely vintage feel about it, the ruffled ‘V’ shape down the front, the buttoned cuffs on the sleeves, the billowy skirt.
I couldn’t resist these boots in Primark! I managed to resist the darker blush pink and green varieties but finally caved when I saw the ecru editions, these are so cute. They come up blush in my photos but are a light fawn colour in real life. They were £14 a pair and seem of really nice quality, so far I’m impressed.
They are really roomy inside so I recommend sizing down if you are torn between sizes. They have a really good sole on them and feel so cosy. Have you ever tried Primark boots before? How long did they last you?
More like crazy Halloween lady! I have a few spooks on my shelf, they were too cute not to feature haha! ♡