This weekend I did tourist things as my good pals Mat and Becky came to stay with my cutie of a Godson Sebbie, so for the first time in five years of living just outside Cambridge I finally went punting. Admittedly it did take some convincing, but I am so glad I did it as it was so much fun, and it was lovely to see Cambridge from the river, plus the sunny weather was the perfect backdrop. Unlike last week when it was scorching yesterday in Cambridge was the right amount of sun and heat, cold enough for me
I am loving this mini heatwave that we are having at the moment, it has however screwed up my wardrobe, so when Idealo asked me to pick out a dress perfect for spring I choose this beauty from Whistles that I have had my eye on for a while. Even with the sun shine it isn’t scorching hot so going for a dress with three-quarter sleeves is a good move, and by choosing one in a bright colour you can work the transition from spring to summer in style. This Whistles dress seems to the bloggers uniform I have seen so many
I love it when a surprise parcel is delivered, especially when it is knee-high boots sized, and I was thrilled to see Mou Boots inside. These beauties will get a proper style post outing soon, probably when the weather changes back to the normally cold March, but I just couldn’t resist sharing.
At the weekend I was official declared a god parent to the beautiful Sebbie, and I decided to go for a dress that would be suitable chic, responsible, as well as reflective of my personality and need for colour. I have to admit the crazy weather of one minute being like spring to the next being freezing cold did play with my decisions a lot but I finally found this gorgeous coral flared dress from Warehouse. I have to admit I haven’t shopped that much in Warehouse over the past few seasons but I have been so impressed with the
For my last day of London Fashion Week I felt that going neon would curb my tiredness and it certainly worked. This Barbie pink jumper from Primark instantly cheered me up, and got a few strange looks from people on the train, but I just love the shade, fit and the bargainous price of £4. When it comes to neon and bright colours you can either go for complementing shades or clashing, I kind of did both – I went for a black pleated knee-length skirt from Next and my trusty Russell & Bromley patent brogues, and then I clashed