Monday, August 22, 2011

Black & Pink

Dress - ASOS Curve // Jumper - Next // Shoes - (altered) Doc Martens via eBay // Bow - New Look // Ring - Oasis
One of my recent outfits. I decided to mix it up a bit instead of wearing my usual pastel shades. I went for a gothier look, whilst adding lots of feminine touches like the huge bow, pearly peter pan collar, puff sleeves & lace detailing! I need to start adding more outfits like this to my wardrobe, because I love them just as much as my pastel pop ones! :P I also think my pink hair goes brilliantly with black, much better than my old brown hair.



Georgina xx

30 comments:

  1. Your hair looks AMAZING with black! ^^

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  2. Love the bow and the shoes :) Awesome outfit and it's nice to see you in black.

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  3. ohhh you look lovely in black!!

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  4. Wow, I love this outfit. So cute, and the big bow just makes it even more awesome!

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  5. I agree that your hair looks phenom with black!
    keep it up, lady!
    xox
    kerri at HollyMuffin

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  6. Lovely photos.

    Emma x
    http://beautyandrags.blogspot.com/

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  7. OMG!!! i love your style you are adorable and your hair is amazing

    kisses byebye

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  8. Cute collar :)

    http://chicgeekblogger.blogspot.com/

    Please take a minute to look at my trunkshow;

    http://iouproject.com/tsh/jessica-karen/

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  9. George, this is my favourite outfit of yours recently :)
    Tis lovely. And ofcourse i love the pink hair.
    Charlie xx

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  10. I adore the girly goth look. It is a real contrast to the pastels I'm used to you in, but you rocked the look.

    Also the black just makes your hair pop. So, so nice. xx

    http://andysfatshionrags.blogspot.com/

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  11. It's nice to see a dark side of your lolita-inspired outfits.
    Love it.

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  12. Your pink hair goes amazingly well with the dark outfit! And the boots are just gorgous!

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  13. I like your style, soo cute!

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  14. I absolutely love this outfit from head to bow.

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  15. Gorgeous! I love that pearl collar and the ring is really cool!

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  16. Thank you so much for your comments everyone, I really appreciate them!

    xx

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  17. Seconding everyone else, I love your outfit, and it's gorgeous with the pink hair (that shade of pink in hair is gorgeous anyway).
    My version of gothic tends to have a lot of 'feminine touches' too. Lace and ribbons go really well with black after all. ;) ^^

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  18. The pearl collar, the oversized bow, the witchy boots.. the fucking HAIR.

    I have died and gone to style blogger heaven.

    *clicks follow*

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  19. That's a very lovely goth-loli outfit. :) ~I want that ring and shoes so bad! And I do think your pink hair goes great with it. Pink and black are a great combo. :)

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  20. your hair looks amazing against the all black!

    www.labelmegeek.blogspot.com

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  21. Georgina, i'm so happy to hear from you and that you left a comment on my blog, i am always on your blog checking out the nail art - me and my little sis are obsessed. We tried to do the cupcake nails but she failed and we gave up! But we'll keep trying, and we'll post you some pics when we've succeeded!!! Lots of love xxxx

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  22. oooh lala you have very interesting style. cute!

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  23. Pearled collar is amazing!
    And pink and black is great combination especially if your hair is pink and your clothes are black ^^

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  24. YOU ARE HOT DARLING!!! <3 Love your shoes! Where can i get those? SO PRETTY!

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  25. you look like Alice in Wonderland <3

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