Hey everyone! Today's video is all about fashion hacks and how to make basic outfits look good! I really hope you enjoy it! Let me know if you use any of these :)
River Island Plain White T-Shirt (size 8): http://bit.ly/2ky5Reh
Topshop Black Ripped Knee Joni Jeans (W25): http://bit.ly/2ljRtdy
Topshop Denim Jacket: N/A Similar: http://bit.ly/2ljL1TQ
Black Jack Wills T-Shirt (size 6): http://bit.ly/2kygKwL
ASOS Black & Silver Belt: http://bit.ly/2ljS1A6
River Island Brown Belt: http://bit.ly/2ky5RuL
Topshop Camel Coat (size 6): Out of stock: http://bit.ly/2lk7uA9
New Look Khaki Shirt (size 6): N/A Similar: http://bit.ly/2ljTq9T
Jack Wills Check Shirt (size 8): http://bit.ly/2ljWWAY
Topshop Leather Jacket Petite (size 6): http://bit.ly/2ljUc6Z
Blue River Island Jeans shown in video: N/A Similar: http://bit.ly/2kxSrPs
Forever 21 Cream/White Blouse: N/A Alternative: http://bit.ly/2lk7boT
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Song: Palm Vision - Elysia: http://bit.ly/2dYvUhw• Palm Vision
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