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| Festival / Holiday Look No.3 | 04/07/17 |

 This time next week, I will be in the midst of Benicassim Festival (FIB) and I am honestly beyond excited. The entire thing is getting me so hyped up, even the airport experience! Does anybody else just love the airport/flying? I DO! 

So as I only have a week to go until I jet off, the need to start planning outfits and frantically packing is creeping upon me, and I am still struggling to decide what to bring along on the trip. I shot this look two weeks ago, and I instantly fell in love with it, so I am 100% going to be wearing a variation of this while I am away, but maybe with a little cover-up so I don't feel so naked. So let's begin to discuss why its so greeeaaaat. 

Bikini: ASOS
Sunglasses: Ralph Lauren
Denim Shorts: Monki
Trainer Pumps: Converse

As you probably all know, I'm not the fondest of shorts OR wearing skimpy clothing that reveals a lot. But, I do love this outfit combination surprisingly. Firstly because this ASOS bikini - YELLOW ASOS BIKINI BTW - has high waisted bottoms, so I think this makes me feel a lot more comfortable because it means less skin is on show, although may I add these are are a high leg pant so without the shorts I am perhaps revealing more skin! But, ASOS do have different options that match this bikini top, although you will have to be quick if they bring them back in stock because they're currently all sold out. Anyway, to get back on track, the top part of this bikini is also a little less revealing because it is a sort of sports style in shape, so there is no real cleavage when wearing this which I like!

Secondly, these shorts. So I purchased these last year and they got a little bit of wear but nothing too crazy. However, I have rekindled my love for them because I feel as though for a short short, they cover up everywhere that's necessary, without becoming a longer short (ygm?). They're also super comfy and I am really digging the darker shade of blue denim! The only downside to these is that they start to crease and misshapen throughout the day, so you would have to change if you were going for an evening/ late afternoon meal on holiday if you wanted to look chic all day!

See you on Friday for another post! Please do let me know if you're enjoying this saga. Also, what are YOUR summer holiday packing essentials?


'There are worlds in you, and I have fallen in love with every one.' Beau Taplin / Worlds

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Shirt: ASOS
Shorts: ??not sure??
Trainers: ASOS
Earrings: ASOS

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