In short – a lot of pink and neck scarves galore. The amount of pink was unintentional but there’s just so many cute pink pieces about that I can’t say no too! Definitely my fave colour at the min.
Ok, so Day 1‘s outfit consisted of a pair of Topshop denim washed skinny cropped jeans, a cropped light grey boatneck sweater with tied ribbon detailing (here), and my beloved Topshop crushed velvet emerald green blazer for a pop of colour, worn draped over my shoulders (those sleeves were just too cute to hide), and worked nicely with my blue/ white and yellow striped satin neck scarf (similar here).
I accessorised this look with a silver mini tote bag with metallic handles (here) and my new golden heeled sandals embellished with floral and bug beading (here) to complete the look. I’m forever loving contrasting textures!For Day 2, I wore a white short sleeved tee with red ‘you got this’ embroidery (here), a bright pink ruffle crepe midi skirt from Topshop (also have this in green as you may have seen in an earlier post) – definitely my favourite skirt I own, it’s so easy to dress up or down and get a little creative with it (similar here in stripes).
I accessorised this look with a velvet blush skinny scarf from H&M, a black belt with ring and bar detailing (here), my adorable zebra print mini bag from Zara, and slipped on my Zara double buckled slides that I hope never break because I basically live in them when it gets warm – my fave!For our meal at Aroma, I wore a pair of floral flared trousers from Zara, and a champagne coloured satin ruffle top (here) which I altered as I just wasn’t feeling the two sleeves. I simply tucked in one of the sleeves to make it look a little more dynamic (I always have to change something). I wore a black belt that I’ve had for ages from ASOS to break the light colour of my top and trousers up (similar here), a pair of black floral drop earrings from H&M – totally my new go-to for earrings, and my caged gold sphere bag (here).For Day 3 I wore a pale pink tailored double breasted blazer with coordinating cropped kick flare trousers (here) paired with a leopard and striped print neck tie (similar here) – standard! I wore a cute red gingham crop top underneath from Zara (similar here) as I’m totally obsessed with putting red and pink colour combos together at the minute, buckled Zara slides for comfort, and my Zara silver mini bag.
I changed my shoes later on in the evening to a pair of black heeled slingbacks with diamante detail (here) and swapped the crop top for a white and grey striped shirt unbuttoned for a dressier look.
I’m obsessed with adding more suits to my little collection – Zara has some lovely suits at the minute in a variety of colours and patterns to liven up your wardrobe. Get shopping, girls!