Gypsy Blouse

how to wear a gypsy blouse



The final post from my collaboration with Wallis Petites. I picked this sheer gypsy blouse for the final product to style up. I think out of all of the Wallis products, their tops have been my ultimate favourite. The infamous bell-sleeve top, the paisley print blouse and now this gypsy blouse are part of my go-to pieces in my wardrobe this summer. This outfit is basically my summer uniform this year (not with denim when the temperature is 35° obviously) – A pair of jeans and a loose fitted or oversized top and I’m ready to go!


Top // Wallis*
Shoes // Wallis*
Jeans // ASOS
Metallic Tattoo // ASOS
Bag // Mulberry

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On another note I have become a teeny bit obsessed with metallic tattoos; I think the last time I wore a transferable tattoo was when I was 10. I actually have 5 real tattoos that I absolutely HATE with a passion. I see everyone getting the black outline tattoos that are in fashion now, but honestly… they will be the new Chinese symbol tattoos in 10 years time. There are trends in tattoos just like Fashion and beauty. Problem is, you can’t get rid of them when you are bored. Unless you want to spend a lot of money lasering your skin. The fact these wash off are very appealing to me.

So that’s it for my final post for Wallis. You can check out all of the posts on my Wallis Petites tag. There is a mix of tops, trousers, maxi dresses and shirt dresses. Do let me know what your favourite look was!


  2 comments for “Gypsy Blouse

  1. Nicoletta
    6 July, 2015 at 4:32 pm

    Cool jeans!

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  2. tararawrs
    12 July, 2015 at 1:02 pm

    That blouse is beautiful, it looks more Free People than Wallis! I’ve just bought some metallic tattoos, I can’t wait to have a play!!

    Tara x

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