The Double Denim
The All Black Denim
The Dressy Denim
This look is perfect for a beautiful sunny day in England. Most of the time, it just never gets warm enough to wear arms out AND legs out at the same time, so this dress is the perfect balance due to the full body cover on top. Teamed with camel accessories and these beautiful little ASOS boots it makes a chic yet easy to wear outfit.
P.S.For some reason it wouldn't let me link the original Lyocell Tunic I picked out in the first outfit layout, so if you're looking for that one your can find it here
So that's the four denim looks that I'm currently thinking about incorporating into my Spring/Summer wardrobe. Let me know your favourites, and leave me links for any other great 'different denim' items!
|Hat - £15 - H&M|
Sunglasses - £2 - Primark
Jumper - £14.99 - H&M
Bag - £12.99 - H&M
Jeans - £14.99 - H&M
Boots - £14 - Primark
If you caught up with my previous post, you might be able to tell from these pictures that I couldn't resist the temptation anymore, so decided to turn my wishlist into a shopping list! As I explained last week, I'm really not a pink person! I've shamefully become a creature of habit with my style lately, and find myself continuously throwing on a pair of black jeans with a black and white striped top... I'll then go shopping and buy myself ANOTHER striped top. How many stripey tops can a girl have you ask? Too many. I've finally accepted that there may be a point where enough is enough. So when I ventured into H&M last week, I was pleasantly surprised that something caught my eye that wasn't black. There was a whole section dedicated to these dusty pink tones - a colour I don't think I've ever worn before, and yet everything just looked really lovely. Top points to the visual merchandiser in that store because I took it all to the changing room! I ended up buying 4 items - a Jumper, Jeans, Hat and Bag which I thought complimented each other really well, and would also make a lovely outfit this Spring.
I also thought all of the items I picked up were really good value - a pair of jeans for £14.99 - I can't really argue with that! I'm really looking forward to styling these jeans - as they're so different from anything I own at the minute. My style isn't really used to pink tones so I wanted to make them look a bit less girly by styling them with an oversized jumper. I think the masculinity of the baggy jumper evens out the girlyness of the pink colour, which definitely suits my personal style more. I think they will look great in spring with a casual white shirt. Or worn with a plain white tee and a cream blazer. Lots of ideas - so look out for them in future posts!
I think it's really beneficial to experiment with personal style every once in a while. Just by switching a little something up in your wardrobe and trying out something new, it can instantly give you that little confidence boost to get out of fashion ruts. Retail therapy is real! (or at least that's what I keep telling myself when I see my bank statement... oops!)
Also to my delight, the sun made a rare appearance the day after I made these purchases, so I'm taking that as a sign that I made the right decision and Spring really is on its way now (fingers crossed). I was honestly starting to forget what sunshine was! I know I keep saying it but I'm sooooo ready for Summer now. In my last post I mentioned that me and Sam were thinking of booking another mini getaway to Budapest... well - that happened! Yay!!! We're jetting off to Budapest at the end of April! I'm so excited! I would love to hear any recommendations of must-do things if any one reading has any, let me know in the comments!
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