April + May Outfits Round Up in Lockdown

Well the last outfit round up in March was unusual in and of itself, being mostly comprised of past outfits that I’d forgotten to post in a timely manner. This round up though? This is certainly a first.

In ‘normal’ life I only get pinned up for social events, not for work. Since social gatherings no longer exist, essentially, I’ve had very few reasons to get all dressed up over the past couple of months. I’ve been furloughed, so I have used some of that extra free time to create additional blog and social media content. That aside, I’ve only bothered to get pinned up for about half of the video calls I’ve had with family and friends, on the days when I felt I could face the effort full hair and make-up takes, as my patience for that process has been fairly low compared to usual. My birthday was in May, so there were even a couple of instances near the big day when I got fully glam for that week’s food delivery to my mum and her elderly friend, or to my sheltering best friend who sometimes needs me to pick up and deliver her meds to her. What I’m saying is, the glam has been very sparse lately, and that’s been what I needed in this particular circumstance. I hope you’ve been able to indulge in the level of glam or of comfort that you’ve needed, too, to feel as reassured as one can be during this time. Me? I’m compiling this list for you in my favourite sweatpants, so I’m a happy girl.

Navy flutter sleeve Claudia dress by Alexandra King for Deadly is the Female
Old Bangles
Gold Palmas wedges by Hotter* (A/L)
(Self re-set and styled) Half wig from eBay (A/L)

Floral dress from now-defunct Doll Me up
Old cardigan // Similar – Viola cropped cardigan by MAK (Affiliate code Amy-yemak-017 for 40% off in August)
Twilight bangles by Splendette
French blue Livvy shoes by Hotter* (A/L)

Plus size angel sleeve maxi by Boohoo
Bow & Crossbones Bucks Fizz Billie bangle + old thrifted pieces
Old New Look flats
Self made turban headband

Perrie dress gifted by Lindy Bop
Hair flowers from now defunct Alternate Normality
Wooden bangles by Grass Fields
Turn Back Prime flats from ModCloth

Leopard cropped cardigan by MAK (Affiliate code Amy-yemak-017 for 40% off in August)
Peach Nia dress by Collectif*
Sage bangles by Splendette
Old New Look flats
Sage headscarf from eBay (A/L)

Leopard Scarlett dress by Alexandra King for Deadly is the Female
Black cropped cardigan by MAK (Affiliate code Amy-yemak-017 for 40% off in August)
Black bangles by Bow & Crossbones and Splendette
Old Primark flats

Bella-Blue dress gifted by Miss Candyfloss
Old cardigan // Similar – Honey cropped cardigan by MAK (Affiliate code Amy-yemak-017 for 40% off in August)
Assorted bangles all by Bow & Crossbones
Old New Look flats

Kalani 50s dress by Hell Bunny (Discount code Amymay20!% for 20% off)
Oatmeal cropped cardigan by MAK (Affiliate code Amy-yemak-017 for 40% off in August)
Black bangles by Bow & Crossbones and Splendette

Fiesta cropped cardigan by MAK (Affiliate code Amy-yemak-017 for 40% off in August)
Lorena-Sun dress gifted by Miss Candyfloss
Wooden bangles by Grass Fields
Turn Back Prime flats from ModCloth

Blue Vintage Rose Hourglass swing dress gifted by The Pretty Dress Company
Straw sun hat by Ali Express
Gold Palmas wedges by Hotter* (A/L)

Old cardigan // Similar – Honey cropped cardigan by MAK (Affiliate code Amy-yemak-017 for 40% off in August)
Bassie-Regina dress gifted by Miss Candyfloss
Old bangles
Gold Palmas wedges by Hotter* (A/L)

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[Disclaimer: Items marked as gifted are items sent to me for free in exchange for honest reviews. Items marked with an asterix * are all items I bought myself but are made by companies I have worked with previously by accepting gifted items. The use of my MAK affiliate code will generate me a small commission from your order. I do not earn any commission from the use of my personalised Hell bunny discount code. Items marked with (A/L) are Affiliate Links.]

COVID-19 NOTE: Outside pictures were taken in the safety of my garden, thus abiding by the strict social distancing rules currently in place to help reduce the spread of Covid-19. Please stay home, and when necessary to leave the house for work or necessities remember to keep at least 6 ft away from any persons you may encounter.

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