• Rhiannon Hutchings

Le Style de Rhi


Welcome to the Fashion & Beauty section of laviederhi.com. My style has changed a huge amount since I was a teenager. Me and my style, we've been through a lot: geeky glasses, an undercut, coloured jeans, Docs, fire engine red hair, friendship bracelets, you name it. I am finally at a stage where I am very content with my own personal style. I love to dress up but I am also all about the comfy and practical. There are trends I follow and trends that I don't really like. It's a mish-mash of a lot of different looks and inspirations but what I always make sure of is that I feel confident in what I wear. I dress for myself and myself only. Why is it anyone's business what you choose to wear? It's all for you, boo. You do you. Here I share a couple of outfits that I feel encompass my personal style. Have a read, have a nosey, enjoy...

Blazer - Forever 21 Turtleneck - H&M Trousers - Boohoo Shoes: eBay Clutch - Primark Earrings - H&M Bracelet - Primark

Bold prints are my favourite. I'm not a ditzy print girl; give me spots, stripes, retro flowers, colour blocking. The high neck of this top against the low cut of the blazer, the hair scraped back into a bun and the feather earrings dropped - it's all about juxtaposing cuts, angles and colours. This is quite an 'out there' outfit for me as I wore it one year to London Fashion Week.

Top - Boohoo ​Riding pants - American Apparel

Pumps - Primark

Clutch - Primark

Hat - H&M

Black with a pop of colour is something I do often. With black you can't go wrong - it's moody, it's subdued, it's classy, it's casual. However, instead of feeling like I'm going to one funeral after another, I try to introduce some life into my outfits (get it?) whether that be through a lipstick, an accessory or another clothing piece. If I'm wearing something tight on one half of my body I tend to go for something more flowly or oversized on the other half.

Top - Zara

Maxi skirt - Vintage

Trainers - Reebok

Necklaces - eBay

​Bracelets - Primark Lipstick - Ruby Woo by MAC

I love trainers. They are so comfortable but can also be stylish. Black and white is often my go-to look simply because it's so aesthetically pleasing. The skirt and trainer combination I really like. I love the juxtaposition of the girliness and the urban vibe.​ I used to layer on jewellery like there was no tomorrow but now I'll addone or two pieces; I particularly like chokers.

Turtleneck - H&M Skirt - Forever 21

Coat - Zara

Trainers - Adidas​

I will wear trainers no matter what length the skirt is! This outfit is pretty much 80% khaki, hence I added the trainers as a 'pop' of colour and to give a slightly different edge to the look.

Top - Zara

Jeans - Vintage

Jacket - Next

Shoes - Public Desire

Belt - M&S

Clutch - Primark

​Earrings - Primark

Jeans are a staple in anyone's wardrobe. For me, skinny jeans, mom jeans and 80s style jeans are the ones to wear. I love vintage clothes and sometimes feel like maybe I'm ten or twenty years behind - but everyone's jumping on that wave these days anyway, it's the trend. I also love jewellery - any kind floats my boat. Big earrings are a winner. ​​​​

Crop top - Missguided

Coat - Michael Kors

Skirt - H&M

Shoes - eBay

​Necklace - Topshop

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Revealing pieces and modest pieces can work together; it's all about the balance. A tiny crop top together with a high-waisted skirt and big coat ended up being a seriously cool combination. I hope you enjoy the fashion and beauty posts and maybe even take a little inspiration from them. I always encourage people to stay true to what they like to wear. How would you describe your style?


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About Me

Welcome to my blog! Here you will find a little bit of everything. Variety is the spice of life after all. I'm an aspiring author but in the meantime you will find me blogging, scribbling, photographing, filming and being adventurous...

 

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