Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Skin Tones

I don't usually wear anything other than black or white, however, I have been exploring nude tones more recently. None of the items worn are necessary new, except the shoes which I purchased over summer, but I never really tend to keep to one tone or shade that isn't black, white or sometimes grey so I thought it was worth the share. 

I think wearing different shades of the same palette is a really modern and alternative way of wearing and executing a minimal wardrobe. This obviously doesn't have to be nude but can also be colours such as navy or pink, etc. It looks well put together as well as being comfortable and guaranteed to not clash your colours if they're all shades of the same colour. I find that in case of nude, it also ensures that you don't have the "naked" look down when someone sees you from afar, it's never a nice situation. 

Top // Borrowed (more like stolen) from a friend
Tights // ASOS
Shorts // River Island (from a few years back) 
Shoes // Public Desire 

Sunday, 6 November 2016

Paris Day 3

My camera died on my last day in the city, forcing me to have an amazing time instead of worrying about documenting enough, which we can all fall into the habit of, especially a photography lover like myself. This is also the reason I don't have many photos of my last day in Paris, although I wasn't in the city, my family and I spent out last in Disneyland, which was incredible. Since it was a super fun and casual day, I kept my outfit fitting. I kept it super casual and comfortable and it was a good job I did since the day was adventure packed and really heavy, being comfortable in what I was wearing made it that much easier.

Details below as always.

Shirt // TK Maxx
Tank Top // Primark
Leggings // Primark
Socks // Nike
Shoes // Nike Mayfly Woven

Paris Day 2

Our second day in the city consisted of visiting Chateau de Versailles; which is where all these images were taken. It was a really warm day so I wore a light and comfortable shirt from H&M, and as you can see, this shirt has great detailing at the top of the sleeve. I chose to pair it with some distressed denim from Topshop and my Mayfly Woven trainers from Nike as they were super comfortable to wear and managed to get me through the three days we were in Paris.

The last and final outfit post from my trip will be up in a few days time. Details as always are listed below.

Shirt // H&M
Jeans // Topshop
Trainers // Nike

Paris Day 1


During the summer my family and I travelled to Paris for 3 days. Our first day in Paris was quite full on as we arrived early in the morning and spent the day sight seeing. We went into the city to see the Eiffel Tower and after hundreds of pictures of the beautiful sight, went on a boat ride through Paris before going inside the Eiffel Tower and travelling all the way to the top (view from the top can be seen in the last photo) where we watched the sun setting for the evening.

As I knew I would be travelling in the early hours and would have a very packed day, I dressed comfy before leaving the house, making sure my outfit was also day time appropriate and not just travel appropriate. It wasp pretty warm at the time so I didn't have to layer up too much, and bought a light bomber with me to wear in the evening when it did get a bit cooler.

Outfit details and links provided below as usual, and there are more to comes from the trip soon!

Top // True Religion
Mesh Top // Ebay (Similar)
Harem Pants // H&M (Similar)
Socks // Nike
Shoes // Nike Mayfly Woven (Currently Unavailable)