So guys, today I'm keeping it short and sweet (you'll appreciate that pun as we get further into this post). 
I think we can all universally agree that chocolate and clothes are two of the greatest of life's pleasures, amirightttt? So what better than a combination of the two? And no, not a t-shirt made out of chocolate; unfortunately I don't know how that would be achievable, let alone thinking about the practical considerations (all that stickiness?), but a t-shirt that allows you to wear your favourite chocolate close to your heart, or your chocoholic heart on your sleeve, if you will, (and if you'd pardon the pun - I had to get one in there! It's puns galore today!) 

Well, House of Holland have done just that.

In collaboration with the masters of chocolate, Cadbury, HOH have launched 5 limited edition t-shirts, exclusively designed by Henry himself, infusing the iconic Cadbury classic designs for the Twirl, Crunchie, Double Decker, Boost, Wispa with characteristically gaudy and witty HOH fashion in bright, fun, tie-dye prints designs. Haven't you heard, folks? Tie dye is back in - so jump on the ol' bandwagon!

Now, the tees are definitely unique. And pretty out there. So, how do I style, I may here you say? 

Well I concede I myself, with my far more minimalistic sense of personal style, thought that would be somewhat of a challenge, but it was surprisingly easier than I expected.

There's two approaches you can take, folks, either: 

1.) More is more - Go all out, wear all the colour; I'm talking bright red beret, flared jeans, metallic boots and gold accessories, all the gold! If you dare to make people stare, then hold that head high and walk with confidence, you'll definitely be channelling 'quirky chic'!

2.) Play it Down - Now for the more demure amongst us, simply pair your tee with an old wardrobe staple, skinny jeans or cigarette pants, and let the tee do the talking. It'll add that pop of colour, that focal point that makes a usual plain tee and jeans outfit that tad more interesting, without placing you too far out of your comfort zone. 

I tried to do something kind of in between, pairing it down with my black denim mini, but injecting a but of gaudiness back in with my beloved Gucci marmont belt. Overall, boring? hello no, but wearable, hell yes! 

And the best thing? All profits for the tees go directly to the Prince's Trust, a great charity founded specifically to help disadvantaged young people. So just to recap, we're combining clothes, chocolate and charity; the three 'C's, and the best 'C's in life... it doesn't get any better than that!

Now guys, these tees are limited edition, so make sure you get them before they're gone!

Get them here!

Until next time, 



T-Shirt: Cadbury x HOH
Skirt: Topshop
Belt: Gucci

This post is brought to you in collaboration with Cadbury x House of Holland, who kindly sponsored the creation of this post. All items marked with an asterisk (*) were kindly gifted to me. As always all thoughts, opinions and creative direction are my own; please refer to my 'contact' page for my full disclaimer.

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