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Updating my Wardrobe with Katch Me *

*This is a collaborative post containing PR samples.

Despite being back in lockdown 2.0, I do think it’s nice, if you can, to treat yourself once in a while and you know, it’s always worth having an outfit to hand for when the rules loosen and we can head out with our mates again and mix households. I often stare into my wardrobe like it’s some kind of black hole and there’s nothing to wear so I’ve already worked on that issue for when normality resumes a little more.

I’ve been treated to a few new garms from Katch Me; one that is very me, one this is totally out of comfort zone but I so loved the look of and some new shoes cuz which girl doesn’t love a new pair of boots as the autumn rolls in.

Katch Me offer next day delivery with DPD which is a huge yes from me as, for once, a clothing brand are using a decent delivery company! They also offer 10% off your first order when you sign up to their newsletter, making their really good value clothes, even better value!

We all know a check shirt is so very me, especially a heavier flannel shirt for this in-between kinda weather. I’ve got a red and black one that I throw on over my dungarees, wear as a light jacket over my jeans and lounge around in at home for pure comfort so to add a new one to my wardrobe would be a darn good idea, right? Right! So, this time I’ve gone red, white and blue which is 100% my favourite colour combo by far.

Stepping right out of my comfort zone, I picked up a milkmaid dress as I’ve seen a few doing the rounds on Instagram and wanted to give it a go at styling one my way! Most of the lovely ladies I’ve seen wearing them are a lot taller and slimmer than I am with heels so I just wanted to make a cool fashionable item a little more me and I’m gutted that the dress didn’t fit me at all. I really needed the next size up which was my mistake, but I’ve still shared with you how I would have styled the super cute White Contrast Heart Milkmaid Dress called Poppy with some thick black tights and my favourite, slightly more, dressy Dr Martens x Lazy Oaf. How do you think it would have looked?

My final treat was something super classic and something that will get worn all the time; a new pair of boots! The Cristen Black Leather Ankle Boots are ones that can be worn with black skinny jeans, a fun t-shirt, layered with a shirt and scarf, or a cute Peter Pan collar dress and tights, or even a long maxi style dress, belted around your waist with a cute black bag to be a little more dressed up with for a cutesy dinner date! Black boots really are such a staple to any wardrobe, especially the Chelsea Boot variety as they’re so easy to style!

How would you style these items? I’m always looking for ways to try something new!

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Squibb Vicious is also known as Haydy.
She can often be found exploring her local area, drinking craft beer and petting people’s dogs. Big fan of staycations, vegetarian food, long walks and taking too many photos.

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