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Busting Out My Timeless River Island Playsuit | Spain OOTD


We all have those items of clothing that we just keep year after year. Or is that just me? It's typical hoarder behaviour, however proves to be beneficial as fashion seems to do one massive circle and when that holiday period comes back around your sorted. This playsuit has been there for me when I need a simple evening get up to hit to dance floor, and an easy day to night holiday outfit. It's just so great to have in the wardrobe and the quality means that it's got even more life left in it. 



This day was a pretty warm one, so having something I was going to spend the evening in and felt comfortable in was vital. Just simply changing up the bag and shoes completely alters the whole look.  


Lipstick: Glo & Ray
Playsuit: River Island (old) Similar 
Bag: Whistles
Shoes: Primark


I'll forever be a fan of a monochrome outfit, or one that is simple with minimum factors to it especially when on holiday. The combination of the red lipstick and the metallic bag help to brighten up the black and keep it fun and light. For me I'm not a die hard River Island fan, but when I do find something from them it's for sure a keeper. Seeing fashion bloggers all over Instagram sharing their RI recent finds is making me want to find my next  key item. 

Do you keep certain clothes for years? Or are you a frequent clothing turn around kind of person? 

xoxo

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  1. I definitely rewear items I've had for years, I just add in new pieces each year and throw out items I don't want anymore :) loving this outfit Jaide!

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  2. Yep I do the same. I love buying clothes don't get me wrong, but I also love recycling clothes xo

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