Bomber's back

Silk, quilted, embroidered or printed, the bomber jacket is back! (Excuse the rhyme) The transition to Spring is upon
 us, and what a perfect way to climatise your wardrobe from the oversized woollen boyfriend coats to a lighter jacket.
I have opted for both printed and quilted in my bomber, and for the price it would have been rude not to!

Following fashion weeks I've seen designer bomber jackets ranging up to prices that are simply unaffordable for me, so I set out on the high street to find a less pricey equivalent. I love the abstract leafy print and contrast sleeves. Even the little details like the lighter stitching used across the body makes this jacket feel and look expensive. Affordable luxury at its finest. And for those of you digging co-ordinates at the moment, they have some pants to match too!

I've fallen massively in love with H&M this past month, so I am wearing my new slip ons (as featured in my last post) and this cute necklace from the new collection. I've layered them together with my chevron necklace which you can find here! What trends are you buying into this season? I'd love to hear from you, just leave a comment below!

P.s Just two sleeps until my holiday, I'll hopefully be able to do some outfit posts whilst I'm there but I am looking forward to some sunshine and souk raiding first and foremost! x


Skater Girl


I haven't been on a shopping trip for ages (cry!) but last week I managed a lunch time dash to H&M to buy the 'skater shoes' I've not stopped thinking about! There were only a few pairs left, one of which was my size so that's a sure sign to buy them, right? I wore them all weekend walking around in the sunshine and they were so comfortable - the perfect pair of flats! I am pretty satsified that flats are on the comeback this season, with special thanks to Céline for the idea, but H&M for the affordability!

I wore them with my favourite jeans and a white boxy tee with my biker. I kept a denim shirt on hand as being only March I wasn't quite ready to venture out without an extra layer just incase. As I pretty much live in two cities I don't always have the necessary clothing on hand so I had a quick rummage through my boyfriends wardrobe and pinched this denim shirt (I think I might be rummaging more often!)

How did you spend your sunny weekend? We even managed a picnic in the park, roll on Summer! x 

Biker // Steve Madden
Top // Topshop (Similar here)
Shirt // Boyfriends
Jewellery // Various


Essential Layers

Summer must be on it's way! I didn't even need to wear a coat to keep me warm this day - I just layered a few wardrobe essentials and managed to stay warm as the sun kept rearing its head (pictures do not do it justice!) So with no oversized coat in sight I opted for what I strongly believe to be a wardrobe staple, a white blazer. It took me a few seasons to find the perfect one but it was well worth the search, you can always count on Zara for a beautiful range of blazers.

 My layering essentials included a black cami (I tried a few different ones on the high street but Topshop won the battle), my trusty denim shirt which I've had for years and some jewellage! Now, incase you hadn't noticed already I have quite an obsession for silver jewels. So to add a little extra to the layering I wore a statement necklace, you won't believe where it's from... Yep, the P-word, and only £8 (it's part of their limited edition range so get in there quick if you like it!)

My rings are from an online store I've recently discovered called Dixi and I was practically drooling on my keyboard! I'd been eyeing up their pieces which my sister must have picked up on as she bought me their Perigee mystic ring and their wishbone midi ring for my birthday - I am hooked! I'm just waiting for the Ganesha elephant amulet ring to come back in stock now to add to my collection, it's incredible!

Hope you all had fun flippin' pancakes! I can safely say it is not my forte! x

Blazer // Zara (Past season)
Shirt // New Look (Past season)
Necklace // Primark
Bag // Select (Past season)
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