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| Festival / Holiday Look No.4 | 11/07/17 |

Morning everyone! I hope you've all had a fantastic start to the week, and that you're slowly but surely nearing your summer holidays. In fact, I am going to be jetting off to Spain myself in the early hours of tomorrow, and I could not be more excited. My bag is completely packed now, and I have packed exceptionally light which I am ever-so proud of - considering I am a girl that is passionate about all things fashion, I am actually great at packing light. So, today I wanted to continue the holiday/festival look saga for you all, and I am eager to begin because I am OBSESSED with this outfit...LETS GO!

Shorts: Vero Moda
Sliders: Primark

This outfit is one I am definitely wearing as a complete look whilst I am holiday because I just bloody love it. Its comfortable, appropriate for the sun, easy to wear, looks cool/ festival ready, and I feel great in this!

So, I'm not gonna go on and on about my shades because I always wear them and I'm pretty sure you all know them just as well as I do, but I am going to talk about this gorgeous top. So this top is by the brand Nobody's Child, and I have a few pieces from them that I've collected this year. I love their collection because it's a little bit quirky and a little bit bohemian so its right up my street, they're definitely a brand I like to keep updated on in terms of their stock. I feel as though this top makes a statement through colour, despite the fact it is of a simple style and was inexpensive too (£12 YES PLS). Because of the bright red colour of this top, I found it coordinates perfectly with these Vero Moda shorts.

I purchased these Vero Moda shorts on the ASOS website a couple of years ago now, and were a bit of an impulse buy, with no styling ideas in mind. Consequently, they've been pulled out of my wardrobe every now and again but I have always struggled with styling them, because they're relatively extravagant for me and far from my usual style, so I don't have much in my wardrobe that I feel looks 10/10. But they are so in sync with this little cami, and I think together they create such a bold, statement look but also remaining very cool and chic, perfect for festival time! I LOVE.

I will just briefly mention the sliders I have on in this look, purely because despite the fact they're nothing fancy, they are awesome. So I picked these up a couple weeks ago from Primark men's section for an absolutely cracking £4. I aim to wear them to walk along the beach, or for the walk to the shower and other holiday antics where a pair of easy shoes is ideal. But, I've actually been wearing them anyway, around the house and if I'm popping out somewhere because although they're a couple sizes too big (mens section troubles lol) they are beyond comfortable and fit so nicely! I am obsessed. I matched them with this outfit just because of the black detailing on the shorts, as I think they tie in quite nicely and are realistic in the sense I will probably end up wearing this while I am away on holiday.

I hope you all enjoyed reading my fourth festival/holiday look blog post, and I will see you all again next Tuesday for the final episode of this saga. Sending peace and love to all.

P.S If you want to keep up-to-date with my outfits and adventures through next week, I will be posting daily (as always) over on my Instagram so I will leave a link HERE X

'Whoever said the small things don't matter has never seen a match start a wildfire.' Beau Taplin / Wildfire

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