Hello my lovely readers! Yey it’s midweek, hope you’re feeling as optimistic as me knowing weekend is a few days’ grasps. Here’s another catch up outfit post of mine, taken last month when the British summer was at its peak… and I must say, what a lovely July weather we’ve had!
Took my pregnant friend boating in one of my favourite place near where I live- the historical market/spa town of Knaresborough. I love this place; it’s rich in history and has plenty of one of a kind attractions to offer. There’s Knaresborough Castle, Mother Shipton’s cave and petrifying well, the House in the Rock, several cave dwellings, the site of Ye Oldest Chymist Shoppe in England that was opened in 1720, and every year it hosts the famous Great Knaresborough Bed Race! Awesome isn’t it? There are plenty of fun activities to do as well, just like boating in the River Nidd overlooked by the magnificent arched stone Knaresborough viaduct built in the Victorian era.
This lovely multi-coloured maxi skirt was hauled in the charity shop British Heart Foundation for a few quid, the brand is papaya and was the base of my whole outfit. I love the colours and lightness of this skirt, it’s was just perfect for nice warm summer weather. I paired it up with a sheer cotton top, similar in this outfit along with the same wedge sandals.
The belt is Primark and was purchased for 50p during their sale last year. The Tory Burch clutch was a birthday gift from a close friend of mine (lucky me indeed!), thought it just blended well with the whole look and was just the right size.
My accessories; hand-me-down set of pearl bracelet, Miss Selfridge bow ring, £1 Primark sunnies and my 8 years old earrings that I bought at a souvenir shop in Cebu Philippines.
I think I told you everything of what I can remember… and oh I did all the rowing that day too, making my biceps bigger, not that it needed it lol! Plus my friend has a very good excuse, bless her. Until next time, thanking you for dropping by.
Lots of love,