This is a bodycondress from New Look. I got it a couple of years ago and I used to wear it as a dress but I've grown since then and it's kind of tight and short. Yes, not so good. I tend to wear it either as a kind of base for blouses or just as a top itself now, tucked into my jeans or whatever I may be wearing.
I put these as one because they're the same style from the same range at River Island. They're perfect for a casual, grungy look or for just shoving under a shirt. I really like them aswell because they're really quirky.
Another dress, I actually bought this dress for summer but I'm pretty sure I've worn it every season since. I actually wore it last month with a top underneath, thick tights and biker boots. It's a new Look number.
I bought these in Norway when I was there in June on a school exchange. The exchange rate is pretty high so I felt like I'd just bought some rediculously expensive designer pair of shorts when I bought these for 199 kroners from a shop called Cubus. That actually only works out at about £24 though ha! I looove these, I think partly because they remind me of Norway, but also because they're simply beautiful.
I got this jumper for Christmas from River Island and I've just about put up camp inside it. You would not believe how comfy and warm it is, plus it has pockets which is a big plus because I like to have my phone on me all the time. It also goes with so much stuff!
This blouse is definitely one of my favourite things in my wardrobe. I bought it less than a week ago and I've already worn it twice! It's from Primark so I doubt it'll last long but they always have something similar in stock.
I wear these all the time. They aren't supposed to have holes in the knees but they're from Primark again (I rest my case about Primark's clothes not lasting long). I actually like the holes though and they do look like they're supposed to be there. They're super comfy and dressy but not over the top.
My converse. I literally do not know what I would do without these. I virtually live in them. They're comfy, go with everything, and are more capable of keeping my feet dry than pumps. I wear them all the time: to school, in PE, in my house at the weekend, out with my friends, everywhere.
So there you go, my wardrobe countdown. What are your favourite things in your wardrobe?