Sandals £24.99 – New Look
I live in chunky boots so finding a sandal that I like is never the easiest mission so when I saw these sitting in the window of my local New Look I was all over ’em. They’re also perfecto for the transitional weather as you can still wear them with ankle socks and tights. I don’t normally like New Look but there’s no denying their shoe game is on point. Always bringing out a thrifty alternative to a bloggers fave.. think back to the Coltrane dupes for a mere £25 and you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about.
Warning – slightly picture heavy post!
Going to keep this short and sweet because the pictures speak for themselves but I headed to Bristol on Friday with a blogger pass for Bristol Fashion Week. The show was a lot of fun and it was nice to meet so many new bloggers and see what the high street stores have to offer this Spring/Summer.
Gonna have a rummage through my goody bag and get an early night, I’m not built for how busy I’ve been this week – How does Carrie Bradshaw do it, eh? Anyway, here’s the rest of the pictures – the quality isn’t great but it does show off a few outfits. I loved majority of the monochrome (Obviously! I wear all black 85% of the time so it’s right up my street) but I’ve got my eye on a few neon pieces too.
My Zara delivery arrived this week and included in the pile of goodies was this bag. It has a céline-esque vibe to it and the quality of handbags at Zara are always top notch. It’s a little smaller than I expected but I’ve grown to love it. You can purchase it here.
This isn’t my usual pick but my taste in clothes evolves daily. The more information I consume, the more my perspective changes and with that comes a changed palette. I wake up some days and my comfiest kicks are the only thing that will make the day bearable and the next day I have to rock a statement piece with my main goal to turn heads. My style changes constantly and depends on my current moods and influences. So many people choose to limit themselves within Fashion or refuse to let things influence their style rather than value progression. A change of perspective is rarely a bad thing!
Just a little thought to leave you with over the weekend and apologies if I bored anyone to death!