Love a bit of floral

By Sarah Hugill

For a night out in Essex, I sucked it up and wore a pair of heels, I may have cheated slightly by wearing wedges but it was still a proud moment! 

I wore a silky navy cami from Top Shop with a midi-skirt from Miss Selfridge. The navy and pink floral pattern made a change from my usual colour scheme, adding a summery touch. 

Midi-skirts can sometimes be restricting and although I would not attempt to do the splits in this particular one, I still had enough movement to feel as though my legs weren’t tied together! 

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What have you worn on your latest night out? Let us know @thesarahsblog

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Summer colours

By Sarah Redman

This lovely little post contains a few outfits for my friend Georgia’s (of Life’s little Ponderings) 20th birthday!

I am loving this sunny weather and so are my girls. So for G’s birthday BBQ and night out we all chose summer brights for our outfits – sorry there are no full length photos (we may have been more focused on the Pimms than the photos).

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From L to R: Sarah Redman, Alicia Berman (AB), Georgia Plummer (GP)

I wore my new patterned crop top from New Look (Blue Tribal Print Crop Vest £5.99), AB wore a simple red cami from Miss Selfridge, while birthday girl GP wore a yellow tee from ASOS (Petite top in texture £22.00) and stunning a statement necklace from Zara (retailing between £19.99 & £29.99).

My outfit was completed with a nude body con skirt from H&M and wooden chunky heals from Clarks. AB wore a white skort also from Miss Selfridge (Origami skort £30.00) and her shoes were nude heals from Russell and Bromley. GP competed her look with a floral patterned skort from ASOS (Premium skort in bright floral £35.00) and some awesome wedges from Topshop (Wish Buckle Espadrilles Black £42.00). Yes they are on my wish list so I knew them straight away!

How are you styling your looks this summer? Is the brights trend for you? Let us know and leave a comment below, Tweet us @thesarahsblog or post on our Facebook page.

Bedlam outfit

By Sarah Hugill

Time for another house night outfit, this time for Bedlam at the O2.

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I chose to wear my new silver, shimmery cami top from Miss Selfridge top with black disco pants from Miss Guided and of course black vans were a necessity! The top isn’t too fitted so I kept cool, despite the heavy crowd, and the disco pants are a fairly good fit, making sure I stayed comfy, not  having to constantly hitch them up! The disco pants also have a slight shine, so you can dress up a plain top, yet are still casual enough for a house night!

Have you brought something recently from Miss Selfridge or Miss Guided? Let us know @thesarahsblog 

Birthday bash, what to wear?

By Sarah Hugill

Turning 21 is the big one, but turning 20 still felt like a milestone… your suddenly no longer a teenager. Therefore, I decided one night out was just not enough, so it was the mind boggling decision of what to wear and when. I thought i’d share with you my outfit that I wore for Lightbox.

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If anyone has been to Lightbox, or a house night in general you’ll know that it gets boiling and layers are just not suitable!

I opted for an all in one black number from Miss Selfridge, with a sheer neckline and sides, adding more style to the top. I paired this with a pair of Miss Selfridge denim shorts, which fitted like a glove! The shorts were tight in the right places, without being too short! I’m always drawn to shorts for a night out as your not restricted on those dance moves!

I then teamed the outfit with a pair of frilly black socks from Topshop, making the outfit more casual and comfortable for the rave.

Whats your ideal outfit for a house night? Let us know @thesarahsblog