I think the last time I did one of these, was back when I was seventeen when I had my other blog. To be honest, even though this might sound a bit dumb, I built a bit of courage to do this OOTD. As I have explained in previous posts, body confidence isn’t my best suit. However, this was a feel good week, and I felt good in both my skin and my outfit. And hey, I had just bought a couple new pieces so the next logical step was to prance around a bit (which is technically one third of my outfit, but lets pretend it’s more than that).
In Miranda Priestly’s own words, there’s nothing original about florals in spring, even though they’re fun to wear. I think in spring however, pastels have to be my favourite thing. Before I barely owned any pastel items of clothing, but since I stocked up from Primark during my last little overseas shopping rendezvous, pastels (especially pastel pink – wierd), have been weaving themselves through in my wardrobe. And, I love it.
Band-tees are also a thing this year, and I’m not a stranger to them, but a band t-shirt in pastel for spring/summer? Sold. I had to have it as soon as I saw it at Pull & Bear. I paired it with my ripped jeans which I’ve been living in ever since I bought them, my trusty white (extremely dirty) converse and this pastel blue cross-body bag that I also got from Pull & Bear. I was quite surprised that I really liked a lot of stuff from their latest collection, as I hadn’t purchased anything from the shop for years!
Anywho – scroll down for all the outfit deets and the ones purchased recently are all linked!
Shoes: Urban Jungle
Watch: Daniel Wellington
Sunglasses: Urban Outfitters