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Fashion blogger Stephanie of FAIIINT wearing Catarzi wide brim fedora, Hvnter Gvtherer Kindling & Lumen rings, Elemental Luxury Tibetan Black Phantom Quartz Ring, Allsaints shirt. All black everything outfit details. Fashion blogger Stephanie of FAIIINT wearing Catarzi wide brim fedora, Allsaints shirt, FAIIINT draped jersey asymmetric skirt, Ash Poker lace up boots, Hvnter Gvtherer Lacustrine necklace & rings. All black everything dark style goth outfit. Fashion blogger Stephanie of FAIIINT wearing Catarzi wide brim fedora, Hvnter Gvtherer Lacustrine Necklace, Kindling & Lumen rings, Elemental Luxury Tibetan Black Phantom Quartz Ring, Allsaints shirt. All black everything outfit details. Fashion blogger Stephanie of FAIIINT wearing Catarzi wide brim fedora, Allsaints shirt, FAIIINT draped jersey asymmetric skirt, Ash Poker lace up boots, Hvnter Gvtherer Lacustrine necklace & rings. All black everything dark style goth outfit.

Last weekend we had a much needed mini break and spent it exploring beautiful York, I’ll be doing a proper photo heavy post (or two!) on it all next week, but for now my favourite outfit of the weekend, I couldn’t resist getting a few quick shots in front of their incredible cathedral.

I’ve had my eye on so many of Hvnter Gvtherer‘s beautiful pieces for such a long time now, I finally treated myself to a few of my favourites as a reward for reaching some personal goals & I have worn them almost every day since they arrived. With each piece crafted by hand they have this wonderful organic look, subtle little details and imperfections that makes each one unique and tells it’s own story. They are such effortless & easy pieces, it’s hard to not want to throw them on every day. Next on my hit list is the spiked sphinx claw ring & simple lux neck cuff.

I’m still living in these boots from Ash too, they’ve become my favourite everyday comfy boot, there’s not a thing they don’t work with & I could happily walk around in them all day, and I did all weekend!

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8 Comments

  1. Posted 26.06.2015 at 7:24 pm | Permalink

    I am so in love with your skirt! x

  2. Posted 27.06.2015 at 6:17 am | Permalink

    God, you look absolutely stunning! I am so very jealous of your style- I wish I was rich and I could hire you as my stylist, because you look so flawless, I’ve always wanted to visit York too, especially as I’ve just been reading about the War of the arises (history geek alert). It looks like the perfect place for a weekend.

    Sarah | http://www.seriouslyshallow.co.uk

  3. Posted 27.06.2015 at 9:58 am | Permalink

    Your skirt! Love! The drapery looks so, so beautiful!
    And I am glad to read that you had a mini break, it is very important to have little breaks like that to regain your strenghts and, of course, take some great pictures along the way! Cannot wait till your future posts with them! :)

    http://www.callmemaddie.com

  4. Posted 27.06.2015 at 12:32 pm | Permalink

    beatiful look, the rings truely are amazing!

  5. Posted 28.06.2015 at 10:58 am | Permalink

    I love this so much, especially that beautiful jewellery! I really want to visit York, I think I’m going to have to book a long weekend there pronto!

    Maria xxx

  6. Posted 01.07.2015 at 3:24 pm | Permalink

    I fall even more in love with that skirt everytime I see it! Such a great design! Off to check out the hvnter gvtherer site now, their stuff looks amazing!

  7. Posted 04.07.2015 at 6:39 pm | Permalink

    THAT skirt. Love this look Steph. How fierce are those boots!? RAWR.

  8. vivien_noir
    Posted 10.07.2015 at 12:38 pm | Permalink

    Hmmm… I love your skirt, I still do (although I’ve been looking at it for so often now). Maybe others thought so too, because when I was browsing the H&M sales (H&M Austria/Europe) yesterday, I stumbled upon the same skirt, and I was hugely disappointed. I felt like that big company just copied your idea and design (like a well-known lingerie firm recently did with a gorgeous “Fräulein Annie” bra…), drawing your creativity and effort and all, just to put it into mass production. I miss the respect, which seems to have reigned long decades ago.

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