Loving Youth Label

Ruth has recently been working for a fantastic vintage concession at Topshop called Loving Youth. The fun younger sister of Blue Rinse, this innovative label makes, sources and up-cycles everything from authentic vintage patterns, designs and pieces. You can check out their website here or pop in and say hello at Topshop on Princes Street, Edinburgh! Read more to see Ruth’s wishlist of lustworthy clothes and styling advice!

“Taylor Maxi” dresses
A slight white lie for the first items on the wishlist because I already proudly own the black floral print beauty! As well as the tie front and cut out detail, there are two luxurious splits down the sides so the dress effortlessly flows as you move!

Full length Jumpsuits
The wrap over silky jumpsuit will dazzle on a night out with gold jewellery and lace up kitten heels, while the 80s button up jumpsuit works perfectly by day with some classic Nikes.

Boyfriend Shirts
You really cannot go wrong with a great quality flannel shirt. I picked dark red and blue tones as they match denim like a dream!

Silk Bombers
Smooth, soft vintage jackets with traditional zip  and elastic detailing will take your classic jeans-and-tee combo Back to the Future!

Denim shirt dresses 
Bang on trend, authentic reworked vintage and easy to slip on over leggings and ankle boots for Autumn.

Ruth @ Urbanity xxx

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Never Enough Shoes: Tony Bianco

It’s no secret that women tend to have a slight obsession with shoes; enviously looking at Khloe Kardashian’s shoe closet to breaking a few toes in order to wear those killer heels, who can blame us? Cinderella married a prince because of a pair of glass slippers! So, If you love shoes, love looking at shoes and breaking a heel automatically leads to a broken heart, do keep reading. I have discovered an amazing designer ‘Tony Bianco’ (Look at his Instagram to get your shoe fix @tonybianco



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Sarah’s Asos Boutique Wishlist: House of Sunny

Hello there! Recently I’ve been so obsessed with everything ‘House of Sunny’ has to offer. Their minimalist, clean and all round excellent style has got me hooked to their Instagram feed and also their website (you can find this amazing boutique on Asos Marketplace aswell). 


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Ruth’s Asos Boutique Wishlist

I’m sure you’ve all heard of- and shopped at- ASOS, but what about the Boutiques?Known as Asos Marketplace, this section of the website has been revamped and now hosts hundreds of vintage and independent collections for men and women from local sellers. Here, print-lover Ruth has compiled her top 5 most covetable summer items from this fashion treasure trove.

Jayne Tunic £34

The 90’s is one of the best eras for style inspiration in my opinion, and this tunic from Never Fully Dressed, a chic minimalist store, hits it threefold: sheer, high neck and split-side. 

Arya Co-Ord £45

This pineapple-print twinset from Dolly Rocka screams beach party at me. It’s bound to impress as it flatters curves and compliments sun kissed tans.  Co-ords are absolutely still a DO in my book!

Dress £16.99

This gingham smock dress is a preppy summer dream. Poppy Lovers Fashion gives a girl obsessed with grids, check and tartans her perfect frock, while incorporating the hot new crochet trend. Double win!

Trousers £28

Stripes are a huge love for Sarah and I, so these flattering straight leg trousers from Bags 2 Bitches have been added right into my shopping bag. I adore how they’ve been paired with simple monochrome to accentuate the print.

Shirt £16

Peekaboo Vintage has reworked a classic 90’s flannel shirt into a modern masterpiece with leather sleeves.It’s on sale just now so act fast if you want to recreate this grunge look.

Ruth @ Urbanity xxx

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