This is my last outfit shoot from our wonderful Nice, France trip! In comparison to all the pretty dresses I was wearing in the other blog posts, this little number is much more casual. Don’t fret, it looks very glamorous with a halter top on, but it was a little bit chilly towards the evening…
It just goes to show that you don’t need to be wearing skirts and dresses all the time to pull off a vintage look. Pedal pusher and capri pants are a great alternative for anyone who finds bouffant skirts and pleats too fussy.
I wish I had a better shot of me wearing this halter top! I’m going to reshoot it soon because it is simply the greatest and it deserves some proper kudos. The other top I’m wearing is the second item I picked up from that Mim shop whilst I was visiting the town… It’s got a great neckline on it and it’s super comfy and laid back. I seem to have a sea of cardigans in my wardrobe, so I was really pleased to pick up a cute long sleeve top. I know it’s going to be perfect for summers nights when they come!
As I had a small wardrobe on the go for this mini tour, I’ve got the same shoes and handbag as shared in my previous ‘what I wore’ posts.
My polka dot pants are actually Kelly Brook for New Look. I got them probably about a year ago (sorry!) and I think they are totally mesmerising. Such a great shade of red and really playful; these are the first trousers that sparked off my love of having prints on my legs. The only time I wear leggings is when there is yoga involved, so finding a cute pair of fabric trousers like these is something worth investing in… remember ladies, if it’s not got a zipper, it shouldn’t be worn as trousers!
Hahaha! Just thought I would try something a little bit different for the final shot – turns out jumping photos is my new favourite pastime!
So that’s the last of my holiday outfits… I hope you’ve enjoyed them!
I’ve got a super fun one lined up for next week to make up for the lack of sunshine in my photographs at least. If you liked my ‘outer space’ shoot, I think you’re going to find it pretty spectacular 😉