Hey guys – how’s it going?
I know, I know. I’ve been missing in action on the outfit posts front – Vid and I have been so caught up enjoying UK’s summer that the last couple of months have just flown past. Since this is the first outfit post in two months, it had to be an amalgam of everything I love 🙂 I’ve spent the last two months frolicking in white dresses of all shapes and sizes (maxi, midi, swing, shift – you name it!) and loads of arm candy.
Of course, a white dress had to come along with me when I packed for a music festival last month. A quiz on measuring your Travel IQ at Travel Money Oz got me thinking about travel styles. If I could say one thing about my travel style, it would be that I love packing light – for instance, I’d happily wear this white dress with different accessories, a colourful throw, or light jacket a couple of days in a row. Of course, if you’re anything like me, you might want to carry a backup for the time you spill coffee (or ketchup or beer – the options are endless 😉 ) on your pristine white dress.
On this occasion, I accessorised this bohemian white dress with miscellaneous bracelets, some bindis (they’re all the rage at festivals this year!), loads of sunscreen, a bright backpack adorned with pom-poms, and an oversized denim jacket for enjoying outdoor concerts during breezy evenings. I have zero patience with hair tools, so I plaited my hair overnight for wavy hair 🙂 As I write this, I can see relentless rain pouring from grey stained skies through the window – the weather’s turning and before I know it, it’ll be winter. Why can’t blue skies summer just stay forever?!
Outfit Details :-
White Dress – still available on Sheinside (I LOVE the sleeves!)
Denim Jacket – still available on Sheinside
Sunglasses – Zara
Backpack – Monsoon
Bindi (Body gems) – Topshop
If you’re a fellow-gypsy who loves white dresses, you need to check out this outfit post from Spain 🙂
If you’re already bundling up in oversized jackets for fall, then check out one of our favourite outfit posts from London 🙂