Coat, shirt and leggings – BSB
Boots – Jeffrey Campbell
Bag – Musette
Headband, earrings and gloves – Accessorize
Rings – H&M
This is one of the coats I’ve purchased from BSB and it’s one of my favourite so far. I’m not really a fan of maternity clothing as they are harder to find and usually you won’t find the trendiest items. So until now I haven’t bought any maternity clothing but instead I found two gorgeous coats from BSB that fit me and that I’m going to wear them after the pregnancy as well. Actually my entire outfit is from BSB. I found the shirt with frills to be really cute, although my husband is laughing at me when I wear it, he thinks it emphasises my waist and belly area too much :)) so sorry – no profile photo for you!
For the makeup I went for one of my favourite: carbon black smokey eyes and nude lips.
I had positive feedback for my hair and I also like this style a lot, it’s a kind of messy princess hairstyle look and despite of what you might think, it’s not easy at all to make it look messy! But it is worth it as it does look more special than a usual everyday hairstyle, although it’s definitely appropriate to wear it during the day as well, as long as you stick with this rule of making it messy. I’d also go for a chic headband(be it with stones or pearls or any other kind of fabric and details) for the day, not the classical princess tiara. I was really glad I found this headband through my hair accessories since it was perfect for my outfit. You’ll need a lot of hair to work with, so if you have a thin hair you’ll have to add extra meshes. Extra items to work with: lots of bobby pins, a teasing comb(I use the round one, I think it works better – it gives more volume, than the classical teasing comb), hair spray, some special accessories for a longer lasting volume and a head band.
Be creative, it doesn’t have to look in a particular way, but if you want to have a starting point you can follow these steps:
1. Tease the hair.
2. Keep a section for the side bangs then add the volume-keeping accessories(you can make the hairstyle without them, but the volume won’t last that long) and take sections to cover it and secure them with bobby pins.
3. Add hair meshes interlaced with the volume accessories.
4. Make a side braid and secure it on the other side of the head with a bobby pin. Place the headband near it.
5. Work with the hair. This is the part where you can be creative. Don’t curl it entirely, but instead take only few sections of hair of different sizes for curling. Tease some other sections to make it look messier. Make loose and small braids here and there and let them hang or secure the ends to create swirls.
And that’s about it! You have a messy princess hair style.