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I'm a typical girl when it comes to my hair. Always wanting it longer, shorter, thicker, lighter or darker depending on the celeb style I'm currently stalking (I'm not sure how many sets of extensions it's going to take until I turn into Adriana Lima, but I will persevere). 



After years of religiously watching hauls, lookbooks, vlogmas and tutorials, I have come up with a handy little list of my top ten favourite YouTube channels for you guys to check out. If you're interested in fashion, beauty and lifestyle then you'll love all of these blogging babes and the content they deliver. 

Their videos are always consistently good and I wish that I'd found a favourites list when I started subscribing to channels on YouTube, for some mega inspo and entertainment. Some of the girls have multiple YouTube channels (so even more videos for you enjoy with your morning coffee) and don't forget to check out their social media profiles and blogs as well, you won't regret it!

Pumpkin spiced lattes, fireworks and crispy leaves scattered across the ground are all characteristics of one of my lil loves in life... Autumn. With cosy knits, layers and chunky boots right around the corner, I was overjoyed to find THE transitional, between-seasons jacket, right off the high street.

This faux-suede, camel coloured duster coat is light enough to throw over a dress and bare legs for a very British summer look, but can also carry you through to next season layering over a fine knit and jeans. I've styled a quick lookbook of how I'm planning on wearing this beauty - and then I'll let you know where you can nab your own from.


Denim Dress from Primark (£14)



 Green Fine Knit Jumper from H&M (£12.99) and White Joni Jeans from Topshop (£36)


Striped Blouse from Miss Selfridge (£35) and Denim Mini Skirt from Topshop (£26).


Now I bet you're wondering where this versatile, suedette jacket is from, right? It's not a far cry from my duster coats from Topshop and H&M, but no. This on-trend '70s style jacket is from the one and only Primark. At just £25 it is an absolute style steal and a no brainer. I picked up mine from the Primark in Manchester but it's likely a piece like this will be at a number of Primark's across the country. Take a look at Primark's gorgeous lookbook below with the ones to watch for Autumn.


I'm looking forward to adding pieces to my wardrobe to make my current staples easily transcend into a warmer wardrobe. Have you got your eye on anything for when the weather is getting a bit cooler? If you have, please link me any suggestions in the comments below or to your blog post.

I'd love to hear from you,

Em x


Yesterday evening, Leanne and I were lucky enough to be invited to the exclusive SS15 Blue Hues secret summer fashion show, hosted by Manchester Fashion Industry. The dress code for the event was blue hues, which was a dream come true as my wardrobe mainly consists of blue, black, white and more black anyway, however that didn't stop me finding some beautiful blue additions to add to my wardrobe for the event. 
Oh hey there! You may have noticed a serious absence over the past few weeks on She Wears Seashells but here's to a new month, better intentions and hopefully regular fashion, food and lifestyle posts. To kickstart August, I wanted to share two of my favourite fashion finds with all you beauties ... just promise you'll keep it between us.




Olive is amazing. If dungarees, button down skirts, stripes and pastels are your style staples, just wait until you see their stunning Instagram - absolute perfection. The stylists creations will have you adding everything to the cart, and that's before you've even seen the creative directors beautiful hand-picked outfits from the collection. My top picks are the wine dungaree dress, mountain print vests and pretty much every single piece from the stripes category, oh and with new items added to the website every day, the postman is going to need a bigger van.








Empty casket is a cove of little treasures with animal, spiritual and witchy jewels which you can layer up for a boho vibe. All of the pieces are reasonably priced and the gems at the top end of the scale are beautiful sterling silver necklaces and rings. The rain might have dampened the summer vibes but festival season is still in full swing, grab your favourite pieces to spice up your style out in the fields.  

Are there any pieces from Olive Clothing or Empty Casket which you've treated yourself to already? Any bloggers have any other August fashion finds to share? I'd love to hear from you.

Em x