#photogrid @photogridorg I think I have a serious floral obsession! I’m not saying it’s a bad thing at all, because what screams summer more than bright flowers all over your clothing?! I can’t think of anything! The pink floral smock dress on the far left is a Primark beauty I bought last year but have just recently plucked up the courage to wear such a big and bold print! By teaming most floral looks with some tan or pastel accessories you’re good to go! My favourite of these 3 floral outfits is probably the final one on the right. This was my outfit for the Swansea Summer ball which is my universities end of year shindig with lots of amusements like rides, dodgems and burger vans! Bearing all this in mind I knew I needed an outfit which was easy and comfortable to wear whilst still looking summery/ smart casual. I love this H&M dress so much, (in fact I have it on right now on the train ride home hahahaha) it is of very high quality and well lined. The thin and floaty material made the dress the ideal item to wear from the afternoon into the earlier hours of the next morning! I teamed it with my new obsession, the lilac River Island bag I have recently posted about and some purse friendly Primark sandals, which at £4 a pop I am urging the store to add more pastel colour options to the collection to go with the pastel blue/green I wore. Imagine them in lilac OMG…okay I’m getting too excited and must stop as I’m on public transport and don’t want any funny looks! Just remember florals are so fun and easy to wear, don’t be afraid to experiment and be brave with your prints!
Lots of love,
Going shopping on a bank holiday with my mam is a must! I’m wearing these bright blue jeans from new look. I really love new look and Dorothy Perkins for jeans. They’re affordable and generally fit really well, especially for those with short legs like me!!
My kimono was £13 in primark! I was chuffed with this buy because it looks good with jeans or thrown over a LBD or a playsuit on a chilly night out on the town!
my bag is from River island and at £25 i saw it as a good investment. this is one of River islands lower priced bags, with the usual bag going for £40 and upwards. A tan bag is always a good spring/summer purchase.
And my hair, well, it’s best to say nothing. I just threw it on my head in a hurry!
Enjoy the bank holiday!!
why is there a huge jug of oregano??? who the fuck puts oregano in brownies?????
i have been informed that it is not oregano but is in fact marijuanaoh
— The Love Of Your Life (via these-greatexpectations)