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I recently got my care package from Lookbookstore with these four gorgeous items that I absolutely love. I am so happy with all the items and I definitely hope to get more! Lookbookstore offers a wide range of women's clothing and accessories and you may have already seen some of their items on other fashion bloggers and perhaps fallen in love too? Yup, so you should definitely check some stuff out. 

I have to say that I like the packaging of each item that was sent. Clothes were packed in neat plastic bags with lookbookstore's logo and my bag was packed in a thin protective bag plus a plastic bag. 


Head west with this matte PU bag featuring foldover flap with fringe detailing and rhombus pattern. Adjustable crossbody strap. Fully lined interior with cell phone compartments. Perfect paired with a boho dress and ankle boots!
So in love with fringe these days and I've been looking out for other cute and cheap fringe bags ever since I got my wetseal one but haven't found any yet so I definitely had to get this for myself. The bag feels very sturdy and is roomy enough to fit your phone, wallet, some cosmetics and tissue. It's got a few compartments as well and a zip to close everything up even with the foldover flap. I'd say this purse is perfect for a casual day out when you don't have to carry lots of stuff. Everything is well made so if you are still sitting on the fence about it, I'd say to get it already! It comes in black as well and I would want that too if I could. 


Chill out in this sheer chiffon kimono with floral print and crop sleeves. Open front, flowy fit. Unlined. Looks amazing tossed over a bandeau and bleached cutoffs! 
Kimonos are great for covering up in summer. I got this in size 8 because the smallest size was out of stock but I don't think it would have made a big difference. Kimonos are so flowy anyway so you can't really tell if it is a little big. This is really sheer and lightweight and has a slanted hem cut so the back is shorter than the front part. It'd be fun to wear with a crop top and woven shorts! 


This crop top features cross-over panels at the front and a sweetheart neckline. Stretch panel at back. Unlined. Slightly stretch fabric. Looks perfect paired with high-waisted anything!
I've always wanted a top like that because of the criss-cross design and the little cutouts so to have this opportunity to get one really made me happy. I was, however, unsure if it would fit me well because I am fairly flat-chested and all the photos I've seen of girls wearing this had a fuller chest. Well, thankfully it fit me okay. It is quite low cut though. I got it in the smallest size and it was fitting. I just had a tiny bit of problem putting it on and taking it off because there isn't much stretch to the top. The only stretchy part is the back where there is a rubber band lining, so I wish they had a side zip as well to make wearing easier. 
Daisy Overlay Crop Top - Black
Stroll around the city and be amazingly wonderful by wearing this comfy black Daisy overlay crop top. With its overlayed bustier featuring chiffon shell and daisy detailing, it will surely emphasize the sexy shape of your body. This is a no padded blouse and is stretchable.
This one reminds me of the iwearsin daisy crop top that I have! Isn't it just cute? I love the swing and flare. It is lined with a stretchable lining but it isn't padded. These kinda tops go great with skater skirts or highwaisted shorts. Seriously. 

Check out my other favourite items from the store:
"A" Hem Lace Crop Top
Cutout Back Long Sleeved Shirt
Sweetheart Cutout Back Tank
Oversized Crochet Batwing Top
Floral Frayed Cuffs Top

xoxo

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