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Wednesday, 1 February 2017

The Brunch Club T-Shirt

It feels pretty silly to be writing a blog post about a brunch club t-shirt considering everything that's going on in the world at the moment. I'm sure every blogger and influencer is having this issue right now. I guess the only solution is to stand up for what you believe in and get involved in where you can. It's amazing to see so many people using their voice for the right reasons and taking part in protests up and down the country. 

So while certain political leaders make absolutely crazy and cruel decisions I decided to treat myself to this top, I feel like I've seen this t-shirt everywhere! I do hope you can excuse my tenuous link here but how do you transition from politics to clothing easily? Anyway, Joanie Clothing is a new discovery for me, I believe I first came across them after seeing my friend Liv wear something of theirs. They have some really great pieces online including this brunch club t-shirt. I also really fancy the look of the red heart shaped bag and big apple jumper! They're super cute! I love the kitsch vibe of the brand, plus they cater for such a large range of body types from a size 8 to size 22. Unlike other clothing shops there doesn't seem to be any price differences between the sizes either. To fit with the unusually warm January day I shot this look on I've made it sparkle with a silver skirt from Pull & Bear and these super cute velvet Mary-Jane shoes from New Look. 

Now it's time to eat some pancakes. So why not pick up t-shirts for all of your friends and head down to your favourite brunch spot. 

Shop the look here:



  1. It is indeed difficult for bloggers to know what subjects to talk about and what to avoid, when it comes to worldwide news and political issues. I feel like it's easier to talk about that on social media!
    I'd never heard about Joanie Clothing before, but this is a super cute shirt! You styled it in a really fun way as well. Your shoes are the cutest, they look so much better in your photos than on the New Look website :)

    Julia x
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    1. I agree! I am always talking about political stuff on my Twitter! I'm sure it drives everyone mad, I just can't help myself.
      Thanks so much for another lovely comment! Daisy

  2. such a cute look


  3. Gorgeous outfit, the top is so cute! And I totally agree about it being difficult not to feel like what you're writing isn't important at this time

    1. It's so tricky, I guess like I said, you just have to do what you can and get on with your life! Thanks for commenting :)

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