My holiday wardrobe

So, I said I would upload a holiday look book, but unfortunately I didn’t manage to get a picture of every outfit I wore while I was away. SO instead, I’m going to show you my favourite outfits from the holiday and where I got them from. 

I kept my holiday wardrobe pretty basic this year, sticking to easy dresses, floaty silk tops and classic denim shorts. 

This was my favourite holiday outfit. I wore it on a night cruise around the coast with my Topshop black buckle gladiator sandals (which were a last minute addiction to my suitcase) to add a bit of edginess. Dress from ZARA – £29.99, Shoes from Topshop – £25 (sale price), Necklace by Amy Orpwood – £3.50


This dress came out twice on my holiday, the first time for a dinner at the harbour and second time for a market. It’s light, floaty and effortless and the pattern is just AMAZING! Dress from Topshop – £34, Shoes from GAP – £29.99, Belt – Vintage


This dress is a staple summer piece. It’s casual, but can be easily dressed up with jewellery and heels. Dress from ZARA – £34.99, Shoes from TOMS – £55, Sunglasses from Aldo – £12.99


This is a dress I decided to pull out from last year. It’s a classic shape and style and look so effortless on its own, but can also be dressed up easily. Dress from Topshop (2014) – £25, Shoes from GAP – £29.99, Bag from TK MAXX – £25


Unfortunately I don’t have a full length picture of this outfit, but the top was my favourite part. It is silky and ultra light with a narrow strappy neckline. I wore it with a pair of black distressed denim shorts and black sandals. Top from ZARA – £19.99, Necklace by Amy Orpwood designs – £3.50, Sunglasses from River Island – £12


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