Fashion Favourites Under £20

Here are some gorgeous clothes from Forever21 for under £20!

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This structured knit bodysuit looks so complimenting, I love the red shade and how it compliments the model’s body nicely!

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Slogan t-shirts were very popular recently, I think graphic tees like this Johnny Depp one will be exactly what replaces slogan tees.

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Who didn’t enjoy watching Rugrats growing up? This bodysuit brings back all those 90’s nostalgia feels!

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For those of you who (like me) really have no interest in dieting!

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Who does’t like pizza?

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This floral bodysuit looks beautiful! It definitely adds something to your look and will catch many peoples’ eyes. I particularly love the subtlety of the colours.

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This open-shoulder knit top looks so cute and I really like it paired with a denim skirt, the whole look screams fun and flirty.

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Perfect for a grunge look, pair with fishnet tights and big black boots, some messy hair and you’ll look hot af!

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This classic mickey mouse looks so much better than any modern version- in my opinion- I think the bodysuit looks great and I would pair with a black skirt or leggings for a cute look.

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Such a sexy lace bodysuit! The idea of wearing it like the model is wearing is just fantastic and really gives a sexy edge to bodysuits.

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I honestly need this top, some people just don’t understand then someone’s not interested- I think this top will get them get that message perfectly.

Thought of The Day

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Sticking with the starting my own fashion company in Bristol, I’m wondering where do I even start? Like what do I do?

At the moment I’m trying to do any research I can that would suggest that other people think it would be a good idea. A Bristol based fashion company specialising in promoting Bristol designers and their work, the ability to order custom made garments from said designers, an apprenticeship scheme.

Honestly it would bring so many creative opportunities to Bristol, so many jobs and would attract a lot of attention (I think so anyway).

But where to start? How to start?