Hat-RiverIsland, Bag-Zara, Jacket-DorothyPerkins, Necklace-Primark, Tshirt-H&M, Rings-Primark, Skirt-NewLook
I think I need to have a word with myself and the little fedora up there. Due to the fact its only so far off from latching on to my roots and becoming at one with my head. I must rescue myself before I recreate that scene off Matilda or... buy an army of fedoras in different colors because I'm practically in love with the shape of these style hats. They're a great Spring/ Summer hat for topping off an outfit with a boho chic twist as well as being pretty practical and shading your little peepers from the sun.
But it is getting a little warmer in the great out doors so I'm slowly detaching myself from my trusty leather jacket and replacing it with this lose khaki bomber jacket i picked up from Dorothy Perkins quite a while back. It's a great little jacket to throw on over dresses to toughen them up in all its army style glory and although it is a size too big it has rather clever little drawstrings at the bottom that can cinched and add more bounce to the material.
I'm a big fan of the 'Safari' trend as it doesn't limit itself to a handful of colors unlike neon or the monochrome (although I'm a fan of both). The fact a big chunk of the trend is mainly khaki, grey and patterned material is a thumbs up for my wardrobe and a thumbs down for my purse. I've been eyeing up quite a few pieces hanging in H&M with palm tree prints as well as some rather Safari Hunter'esque shirts and dresses that'd be great for throwing on in Summer and cinching in with a belt.