Shopping on the high street can be a very good experience, not only because items are generally more affordable but also due to some amazing quality finds. There are a lot of pieces that are not worth your time and money but if you look a little bit deeper, you will find some treasures.
The dress shown today is from H&M and it comes from collaboration between the clothing giant and the fabric designer GP & J Baker. They are famous for their prints and with more than 100 years of tradition, the collection does not disappoint.
When I saw this dress first, I was not sure if the style was something that would suit me but when I tried it I knew instantly that I love it. Wrap dress as a style is completely new to me but with this dress being such a hit, I will shop it in the future.
The rest of the outfit is nothing that you have not seen before. My trusted pair of sandals and a cross-body bag that goes well with most of my outfits.
So that is all I wore last Sunday !
Sandals Gianvito Rossi (similar)
If you are interested in GP & J Baker H &M collaboration I have linked it here. But be quick as it is likely to sell out fast !
Thank you very much for stopping by and I really hope to see you all soon !
Taking pictures on a Sunday became a tradition now. My husband stopped protesting and even bought a new lens… The ones that you will see today are a couple of weeks old when the weather was still more like summer than autumn. Since then UK started preparing for colder season with new stock in every clothing shop. Days are shorter and shorter and unfortunately it is colder than I would have liked.
For this outgoing I decided to go very casual and I hope you will not be disappointed by what you see. Probably not the most adventurous of outfits but it feels completely me. My favourite pair of jeans and the t-shirt I bought some time ago that has that perfect, more flattering fit. I could not resist and wore the new pair of espadrilles (first shown here) which in my opinion add that special something to this look.
However, the best part of that Sunday outgoing was the view. I have never been to this port before, but it completely blew me away. The colours and the light were truly perfect. This particular type of light is so difficult to capture, delicate yet powerful and used perfectly lets you shine…
So that is what I Wore (this casual) Sunday !!
Thank you very much for stopping by and see you all very soon xx
Although I know some of my nearest and dearest will disagree I do not consider myself a shopaholic. I like to buy new things but I take a real pleasure in looking after my clothing and accessories and re-wearing them year after year. So for this post I decided to look for items that I had for some time but for one reason or the other I do not reach for often enough.
All of the pieces featured in today’s blog are at least one year old with the oldest being five-year old wedges from L.K.Bennett. I would encourage everybody to buy less and recycle more as a more friendly option to our pockets as well as environment. Investing in classic pieces like this white dress is the key. Good quality fabric, nice cuts that is what makes the items not to date.
The pictures for this post were taken during our trip to Knaresborough. Beautiful, market town at the north-east of England. It is slightly off the bitten track but worth every minute of your time.
So that is what I wore Sunday !!
Dress Miss Selfridge (similar)
Cardigan Zadig & Voltaire
Shoes L.K.Bennett (similar)
As usual many thanks for all of your lovely comments and likes !!