Saturday, 2 August 2014

hot fun in the summertime

hot fun in the summetime

H m coat

ALDO studded sneaker
£15 -

ALDO studded crossbody
£8.91 -

Miu Miu black round glasses
£220 -

Beach Sexy
£29 -

This look is inspired by Susie Bubble's style. There's nothing like colour blocking to inject summer fun into your wardrobe. You may as well dress bright in bright weather. It gives off a tacky '80s vibe, like House of Holland's Resort 2015 collection. Ideal for city day trips, this eye catching outfit is the perfect way to start off the summer as you mean for it to go on. 

the promise of summer

Victoria s Secret high waisted swimsuit
£15 -

American Apparel clothing

Aldo shoes
£17 -

Banana Republic canvas tote
£47 -

H M bracelet


This collage conveys a much simpler and more sophisticated style, which is the more on trend this summer. I only buy black and/or white garments at the moment, so this is perhaps more representative of my current dress code. There is no need to go overboard with prints; it can look silly and clownish. A basic black and white palette is so much chicer (think Acne and Balenciaga.) 

All the items in these looks are from shops that you can buy discounted gift cards for on From Sunglass Hut to Subway (both supplying absolute summer ESSENTIALS, I'm sure you'll agree), is the first online marketplace for buying and selling gift cards. You can sell your unwanted gift cards for cash, which may be useful to me as my birthday is a week away! Whether you are going on a beach holiday, working, or, like me, chilling out as well as spending a handful of days visiting places with friends is the perfect place to aid your summer wardrobe. 

What are your summer wardrobe essentials this year?


  1. I adore the white H&M skirt, the H&M jacket, and the H&M dress!


    1. White skirts are my favourite at the moment. I want to go to H&M to just try on the jacket and dress. I think that would be an experience in itself! xoxo


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