Exchanging Peasant-ries

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“The peasant blouse is another typical seventies style staple, which is all about a relaxed and effortless look. Peasant blouses can feature beautiful embroidery or ethnic patterns, romantic ruffles and frills and they look amazing in combination with jeans and short shorts. In addition, you can opt for peasant dresses and skirts to look romantic and in the retro seventies style.”


After recently watching the new Beauty and the Beast (bloody brilliant film why is Emma Watson so beautiful) my sister and I cast ourselves as ‘Peasant Belle’ and ‘Princess Belle’ (on a side note we cast my mum as ‘The Beast’) Anyway… getting to the POINT – I was ‘Peasant Belle’ because of my newest favourite wardrobe addition – a polka-dot peasant blouse!

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Purchased from trusty ‘Topshop’ on the first day of my recent $800 Singapore shopping spree – at $79 it is still my No. 1 buy from the trip.

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Source: http://www.topshop.com

Now I haven’t had a lot of time to style this little beauty yet as i’m still in Singapore (in fact I’m laying in my York Hotel bed on the last day of my trip)

But The Little Magpie also did a little post about it – giving this incredible blouse a shout-out from Scotland. So now it’s Australia’s turn!

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Jenna Rose

A 23 year old Aussie girl who loves to talk, write, learn and share pretty much anything and everything.

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