I´ve got a feeling gingham is going to be huge this year. And although I´d originally intended wearing this skirt more into the spring season – I´ve kind of had enough of my tonal and dark winter wardrobe – and been craving a fresh injection with some prints and lighter spring colours. But nothing too drastic; so this outfit was just the perfect middle ground – with the muted two-tone camel, and some classic monochrome brights…
I´ve also added some new sunglasses to my ever-growing collection, with this rectangular style from Ray-Ban, and they might just be my favourite pair so far… I already have the round version, which are great, but I think this hexagonal version might just be better suited to my face shape.
I´m really into camel at the moment, and like to play around and mix different shades, tones and textures together. Because, why not? And speaking of textures; how chic are these black suede ASOS boots? They’ve firmly sat on my feet ever since investing in them, and are just the most comfortable, slick and simple style I have come across in a long while (and an absolute steal, if you ask me).
Miss Selfridge Jumper (similar here)
Fashion Union Skirt
Meli Melo Bag
Edge of Ember Earrings
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Lovely outfit! That skirt looks so nice, I love gingham for going into spring and you’ve styled it so nicely!
Millie x // Millie’s Wardrobe
Thank you Millie – obsessed with Gingham too, perfect for Spring, agreed!
This outfit is gorgeous!
Thanks so much Allie!