22 November 2013

War and Peace

Evening all,

Why hello you lovely, lovely lot. No, today I am not here to discuss Tolstoy's classic novel nor am I here to dictate to you my views on the rather large subjects of war and peace, oh no. I am in fact back once again (if not very late) with another outfit post for you all. This time its all about this stunning printed t-shirt, well vest to be precise.  It is also rather excitingly the debut of my new camera (you like). Excitement all around!

Now if you follow me on Instagram (if not why not, ooh cheeky) then you will know that I recently received this stunning war and peace symbol vest from WTFUK's new A/W range of tees. The entire A/W collection is simply beautiful, I love, love love it all! However this War and Peace beauty has completely captured my heart with it's striking double sided motif and as soon as my eager little pupils set sight on it I just KNEW it had to be in my wardrobe.

WTFUK are an independent unisex streetwear brand based in my favourite city aka Manchester. They specialise in hand drawn and hand printed t-shirts such as the one I am wearing. Now you all know I love to support independent brands, especially when they are hands on in the process of designing and making their clothes and can I just say that the quality on these tee's is incredible. The fabric on the vest is thick and durable and let me tell you now that there is no way that the design is coming off for a long while. All in all I would say that this t-shirt is actually one of the best quality items I have in my wardrobe, FACT!

OK, so let's stop me gushing on embarrassingly about my love for this top (I do this far too often) and get on with what you really want to see...how I styled it.


War and Peace Motif Vest c/o - WTFUK
A* Printed Beanie- Primark (current)
Fishnet Jumper- Primark (current)
Studded Necklace- Primark (current)
Disco Pants- Topshop
Velvet Clutch- Vintage
Skull Ring*- La Moda
Studded Creepers- New Look
 Lipstick- Sleek Cosmetics Shade Mulberry


 Knitted Cardigan- Republic
Peace Symbol Earrings- Primark (sale)
Pleather Skater Skirt- Miss Selfridge
Lita's - Jeffrey Campbell via Office
White Vickie Satchel- A New Moda
Hair Colour- Bleach London Shades Sea Punk and Washed Up Mermaid (full post here)

So there you have it, how I style my War and Peace vest.  I tried to stick to the War and Peace Motif by choosing two similar yet apposing outfits. I certainly hope you enjoyed this post. Let me know which is your favourite style, war or peace? 

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  1. Replies
    1. Why thank you :) I'm giving full credit to that A-mazing tee! x

  2. You look amazing- peace is my favourite! Maybe cos its more Girly I dunno but you look amazing! Xx

    1. Thank You :) Yes I wanted to incorporate a more femine look alongside the rather unisex first outfit. x

  3. You look beaut, loving the war and peace top :)

    1. Thank You it is actually stunning I LURVE IT! x