If you follow me on social media, you’ll know that I had a splurge the other week with some vouchers and cash I got for my birthday (see my Things You’ll Know if You’re a Shopaholic post for a more in depth look into that). But in the interest of saving the planet and the most out of my money, I thought I’d share some of the bits I picked up and a couple of variations to make the most out of what I purchased. So without further ado, here is a selection of the outfits I put together and where you can find them;
I’m planning on wearing this either alone or with a black/white tee underneath (although I feel the black will make me feel like a bee and show through) – versatility is key.
Yellow Gingham Dress H&M £14.99 (I couldn’t find the link to this, but I found a black and white one here).
I’m obsessed with this T-shirt and know it’ll be pulled out for what I’ve donned #FrenchFriday (where you wear a T-shirt with something French on it) with various outfits and the jeans with all kinds of summer tops. The possibilities are endless.
White Embroidered Jamie Jeans Topshop – (SALE) £10 – I couldn’t find these particular ones, but the white ripped ones are linked here.
I love the black frill on this top and know it’s going to remain a staple in my wardrobe for years to come. The dungaree dress looks great like this, but when I actually wore it out I looked pretty frumpy (gutted). I’m going to see how I get on with it and might return it for something else, but haven’t decided yet.
I am in love with this outfit and actually rocked this for lunch with Grandad the other day (with some obligatory white Converse of course). The white linen top is super cooling and not too clingy, the skirt is also really flowy and comfortable for any extra food you eat – the pattern doesn’t really show the food baby 😉
This top is bloody gorgeous and versatile enough to dress up or down – just what you need from any new wardrobe staples. I quite like how this looks with the dungaree dress – it gives it a more casj look.
This jumpsuit is probably my favourite purchase from my splurge – it’s figure hugging in the right places and will look great with a T-shirt underneath when it’s a little chillier or a big chunky cardigan. The belt is real leather so will last and age well (it also won’t crack and peel off which is a bonus!)
Have you had any recent splurges and what’s your go-to outfit for this spring/summer?
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