Friday, 25 December 2015

Romwe review and outfit part 2: Rattling on about Peter Pan and billowy night-shirts!

First and foremost, I'd like to wish you all a very merry Christmas! For those of you who happened to have read my first part of a Romwe review, you'll know that the grand majority of my items that I'd taken the risk with and bought were moderately successful. Today's item that I'd like review I have mixed thoughts about, to be fair, it's the most adorable peter pan collared blouse I have ever laid my eyes on until now. The blouse has a Victorian children's  night-shirt vibe to it, especially when paired with the cape, don't you think? It reminds me of the 2003 fantasy film Perter Pan where the children were whisked away to Neverland in billowy night-shirts similar to mine, which is very fitting since in less month I myself will be whisked away back  home, to the overwhelmingly green suburbs of Manchester. I'm going to return from that blissful thought, back to the featuring blouse of today's post, in honest truth the blouse did remain faithful to the image online (as you know one has to be  little cautious with the site, Romwe) the only issue I have with it is the blouse is in the style of a  cropped empire-waist (basically like a cropped Victorian nightshirt) which I personally struggled to style with my usual A-line skirts. In order to counterbalance the ballooning effect of the blouse I decided to style it with a denim pencil skirt for once, which I'm still a little indecisive about since I'm not accustomed to wearing pencil skirts very often....what do you guys think?

Outfit Details: Blouse, old denim pencil skirt, H&M cape (sold out), vintage scarf and Koton bag