Skechers D'Lite Sandals and Re-styling Pieces
For those of you that have a summer holiday coming up or are just looking forward to some British sunshine, this outfit is for you. A simple summer look with some bright colours, comfy sandals and a whole lot of sun. These shots will hopefully have you itching to plan summer outfits, they certainly have made me want to dress in more summery clothes. A printed skirt or pair of shorts are perfect for those of you that will be packing hand luggage, they can be paired with so many different tops and t-shirts. They can be taken to the beach for a little more coverage if you're in your bikini. And if you go elastic waisted like I did, it gives you more room to eat all those delicious meals on holiday. Or to make room for your cider belly this summer.
The comfy sandals which are a nod to the dad trainer trend, they're kind of ugly, kind of cute and most definitely comfy. These are the Skechers D'Lite sandals, I've taken them on two holidays now and they are perfect for a day of exploring. No flip flor chaffing, gladiator sandals marks or cute but highly impractical wedges. Just a basic comfy sandal. These were more of an investment piece because I have found that in the past I'd buy a cheap pair of sandals for a holiday or a summer and that would be all they were for. One event, one season. So this time round I wanted to invest in something that would last longer and I decided to go with a brand that sells trainers for quality rather than a high street shop.
This pineapple tee is a golden oldie from Lazy Oaf. I love it. The sheet fabric means I get to wear a pretty bralette underneath which is perfect for clashing colours. This top is a favourite of mine and you can see it paired with pink trousers here or a vintage midi skirt here. I wanted to post this for summer outfit inspo but also to remind you to check through your wardrobe. You will have pieces already that you haven't worn in ages that can be for a holiday. Try them on with different things, mix up your accessories -it's like a new wardrobe only minus the dent in your bank balance.