Throwback Thursday; what I loved wearing this summer

­­­­­Even though autumn is officially here, I thought I’d show you some of my favourite looks from the summer. In my opinion, autumn is the best season for fashion but there’s something so carefree and effortless about summer styling. I just throw on that little floral dress or chuck on those linen shorts because I want to get out in the sunshine as soon as possible!

I’ve had these white jeans for years and they’ve served me well. I don’t tend to wear skinny jeans as much anymore but they balance out this loose All Saints top perfectly. My auntie bought it for me for Christmas a few years ago and I’ve promised myself to wear it more next year as I love the tie detail.

This outfit makes me smile! The skirt is H&M but I found it in a charity shop. I actually buy a few bits from charity shops, it’s very satisfying to find unique pieces and help a worthy cause. Some of my most complimented items of clothing are from charity shops and I’d tell anyone that it’s worth having a nose! The French slogan t-shirt was gifted to me by La Redoute earlier this year.

Speaking of charity shops, this is another little number I picked up over the summer. I think it was originally from Tesco but I bought it for about a fiver. When I first wore it, I had so many people asking me where it was from. In fact, a waitress from a local café could not believe me when I told her! The colours are perfect for Autumn too, I’ll be wearing it with tights when it gets chilly.

Thanks to my mum, I’ve got a penchant for white shirts. They’re a wardrobe staple and really do go with everything. This one was gifted to me by Oasis last year and it’s so handy for when I want to smarten up my look without feeling too formal. I’ve paired it with some beige linen shorts from H&M for a chic safari-esque feel.

1 Comment

  1. 29th July 2020 / 7:46 am

    Nice your hair style & smile …..

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