It can be really hard to tell how an item is going to look when you've only seen something online, but I was very impressed when I received my top in the post!
1) It's 100% cotton and feels lovely and soft
2) There is so much detail put into the print - I love the way it looks faded and grungy in some areas
3) It is the perfect length at just below the jeans line
4) And finally, it has a massive skull printed into the stripes, which gives the top a subtle rock edge...(it's also the reason for my somewhat strange title!)
Overall I was so impressed by the quality of this top and if the rest of the brand's clothing is anything like the quality of this top, I would highly recommend Total Skull. It's the perfect collection of t-shirts for anyone who likes rock inspired pieces. To check out more from the brand click here.
As well as the top by Total Skull I also wore a pair of light blue jeans from River Island and my All Stay Converse which I have completely fallen back in love with. I wore some converse copies from New Look all summer while working at a children's day care centre and realised that I love the way they look with almost anything...and they're really comfy!
And finally my makeup consisted of:
Bourjois Healthy Mix foundation in 51
Collection 2000 Lasting Perfection concealer in Fair
Rimmel Silky Loose Face Powder
MAC Bare Study Paint Pot
Too Faced Velvet Revolver (through eyebrows)
MAC Satin Taupe across eyelid
MAC Espresso in outer v
MAC Phloof! as highlight
Lancome Le Crayon Khol (eyeliner) in Noir - rubbish on waterline
Bourjois Liner Feutre
Rimmel Lash Accelerator mascara
Sleek Contour Kit in light (bronzer to contour)
ELF Studio blush in Candid Coral
MAC Cremecup lipstick