Boohoo Haul

Jeans: Topshop
Shoes: TUK

I recently went on a boohoo shopping spree and struck gold, as a result, I've decided to publish my first ever haul this week. I bought 3 amazing pieces of clothing, fell in love with them and have incorporated them into 1 singular outfit to showcase them to you.

This approach really lets the focus fall on the haul items rather than the outfit as a whole - they have nowhere to hide. So let's get started with my first buy.

This crop top immediately jumped out  at me. I love the fishnet style pattern and the endless opportunities for layering. One of my favourite looks is just to wear a simple black bra underneath but anything from a bandeau to a bralet will work wonders. The high neck seems to be at the height of fashion at the moment and I've always thought cap sleeves are really flattering but both together make for one hell of a piece of clothing.

This gorgeous bralet spoke to me in so many ways. I love the choker effect - without it, it would just be your average v neck but because of the neck detail, I can't get enough of it. This is also a key piece for layering and will be ideal for when summer comes back around. I think this would look great under a plaid shirt or even a blazer. 

Don't you just love this one? I'm a big fan of unique straps and have featured them before in Intricate Straps and Playing with Pentagrams. What really caught my eye with this top was the caged-belt effect around the bottom and how it's been incorporated with the crossover neckline. Until now I've haven't seen anything like it. This looks great under the Maisie High Neck Crop as well!
Each of these of tops are much more unique than what I usually find on the high street and I can't wait to buy some more amazing pieces on pay day. As you can see, I paired each crop top with some black to grey skinny jeans and my pair of TUK creepers. I bought these shoes months ago and have been waiting for the perfect blog post to introduce them to you.
Although you may judge my timing of buying crop tops in winter, I believe you can never have too many and remember, layering is always an option. Catch my post How to Conquer Layering for further advice/details.

I hope you guys liked this haul post, let me know your thoughts either by commenting below or via my social media sites. 

Lauren x