Loving the Leopard – Outfit post

September 5, 2011 13 Comments
Just a quick one today to share with you my new cute little leopard print dress from H&M. I teamed it with my crochet waistcoat which I picked up on Ebay and my new favourite quick hair do – the side plait. Its so quick and simple and great for unwashed hair too.
On another note I am really getting into LookBook these days, I ve been on Chictopia for a while but Lookbook was pretty new to me.  
I intially found Lookbook quite unfriendly compared to Chictopia and got very little hype or comments etc but its all about how much you interact with it. Now I am loving it and finding some amazing looks as well as sharing my own.
How many of you use Lookbook or Chictopia?? What do you think about the two different sites??
I have day off work tomorrow so lots of Bang On Vintage work to do. I was sent some fake tan to try because of being shortlisted as one of LOOK top 20 bloggers so I may try that too tomorrow. 
Anyone have any good tips for self tanning??? I’ve never done it before so any help greatly welcomed.
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  • Missy Vintage September 6, 2011 at 8:50 am

    I don’t use either of those sites, perhaps I should take a peek. I just don’t know if I can handle more social media!

    Me bet tip for fake tan is exfoliate and moisturise really well the day before. Good luck!

    P.s you hair is beautifully shiny! :O)

  • Scarlett London September 6, 2011 at 12:11 pm

    I LOVE your dress, haven’t been in H&M for ages – but I guess its worthwhile if you find dresses like the one you have. I love your outfit :) and your blog is great, have been reading back all your posts and they are fab.
    if you get a chance to check out my blog – its ; http://www.scarlettlondon.blog.com :)I have a beauty giveaway on at the moment xx

  • Temporary:Secretary September 6, 2011 at 2:47 pm

    Oh Debs, you are so pretty. Have a pretty smile! I have a lot of love for leopard print, have seen a faux fur leopard print coat that I want but it just doesn’t look right on me. Looks so snuggly! I’ll have to have a look for you on lookbook next time i’m logged on. xxx

  • bangonstyle September 6, 2011 at 2:52 pm

    Thanks Missy Vintage – her’s hoping I wont be all streaky!!

    Scarlett – H&M is great for little bargain dresses – thank you for the link ur blog look lovely.

    Oh Temp Sec thats so sweet – I think exactly the same about you – your photos are always so pretty x I think you could totally pull a leopard coat off!! thanks for checking out my blog xxx

  • rose petals September 6, 2011 at 6:38 pm

    I love this outfit it looks great on you :) X

  • margaritats September 6, 2011 at 9:39 pm

    lovely look!

  • ShinyPrettyThings September 7, 2011 at 5:48 am

    i love this outfit! i saw the dress at h&m too. lovely styling! the hairdo is adorable!! my hair always has too many layers & ends up flying all over the place after a few hrs ahaha

  • Ria :) September 8, 2011 at 8:04 am

    i just love the pattern on ur dress, it suits you perfectly and love the little cardigan as well hehe, your blog is soo lovely by the ways, i will be visiting it again very soon :)


  • Hollie Furniss September 8, 2011 at 10:31 am

    I love leopard print! You look great.

    I am a regular fake tanner and agree with exfoliating first and moisturising rough areas like elbows and knees. Don’t forget your face but mix the fake tan with a dollop of moisturiser. Above all take your time and read all the instructions carefully.

    Hollie X

  • bangonstyle September 8, 2011 at 10:47 am

    Thanks Hollie for the great fake tanning tips – going to try it out this weekend and hopefully will post outcome xxxx

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