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Happy Tuesday!
I hope you all had a fab Bank Holiday weekend and are still feeling good even though it’s all over. Once again I have been drawn in by the seventies trend which is hitting this season hard however I had to throw a bit of monochrome, in typical ‘Laura Tradition’!

Firstly these pants deserve a post all to themselves. They are phenomenal. Hats off to F&F Clothing once again!
I was very nervous about wearing Palazzo pants because of my height, standing at 5’6″ I was worried that because I am not exceptionally tall they would drown me! Thankfully that was not the case, they sit at the perfect length and make me feel taller with that high waist (even in flats they don’t scuff the floor).
The pattern itself is very Eastern tribal-esque plus it’s monochrome so it was an immediate win for me.  If you have a cheeky peak at F&F Clothing’s website they sell them as a co-ord, so there is an option for a cute crop top – I found they looked a bit like pyjamas if worn together but separately they are such a statement.

Some of you guys may recognise my bag from my previous post, another purchase from F&F Clothing, lets be honest fringe is the best!
Okay, lets talk about the elephant in orange faux suede jacket! 
This biker style jacket is such a statement alone with it’s colour, let alone the fringed detail on the back. It completely contrasts with the monochrome pants and makes the entire outfit pop!

Accessorising this statement look is a simple vest crop top and two necklaces I’ve layered up. I got this quirky bull head necklace from a Fair-trade shop and I’ve been constantly wearing it! It’s 
got a super long chain so sits at the perfect length. I’ve mixed it with my lovely three-stand 
necklace which ranges in lengths and looks so bohemian and effortless, perfect for the 
up and coming Summer!

Top// Boohoo
Pants// F&F Clothing
Jacket// Boohoo (Similar jacket here)
Bull Necklace// Shared Earth
Stranded Necklace// H&M
Shoes// New Look


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