Although I may complain about my hair, I have been lucky enough to have hair which I can straighten if I want to (unlike my younger sister for example!) even though I don't do it that often. The other morning I woke up with completely mad hair- one side looked like I had been electrocuted and the other was completely flat. I knew that nothing would work except straightening it so out came my trusty straighteners, which I have had for years, and my rather snazzy hair styling kit from GHD. (post to come on this lovely set soon!)
|Jacket: New Look, blouse: Topshop, skirt: Kew via charity shop, tights: Primark, shoes: New Look, necklace: Accessorize|
I always end up pulling this shirt out for when I am feeling particularly uninspired with my work outfits and it was the perfect match for this purple suede-y mini skirt (seen here with my alphabetights). It was loose enough to contrast with the skirt but still look smart with the blazer (I hope!)
Paired with a huge necklace from Accessorize, this was an outfit that I felt relaxed in but also confident. The necklace is definitely my biggest statement piece of jewellery and it is surprisingly versatile due to the number of colours it incorporates. I had stopped wearing it for a while as it was so heavy that it broke itself and only now had I bothered to get a piece of ribbon to tie the 'shields' back together again. Definitely a necklace that means business...
When I straighten my hair, I don't like it to look too pristine, so I liked how this turned out with the different lengths of my layers. I haven't had them cut back in now for at least 6 months but until I chop it a lot shorter my hair will still have all these different lengths in. Any tips on making my hair grow faster?
Do you have any tips on making your hair grow faster? What do you wear when you mean business?