Hope you’re having a lovely week so far. I’ve just got back from my seaside holiday with my little girl and hubby at the east coast, which I will be sharing some photos with you in my future posts soon.
First, here’s my outfit at the seaside town of Robin Hood’s Bay, featuring my latest sale purchase from F&F Tesco clothing- the side slit white maxi skirt and jewelled leather sandal.
Sean from Rebel Angel and F&F (Tesco Clothing) is doing a competition to win a £25 gift voucher by showing how you’re wearing your F&F pieces. So before I went on my holiday, I headed over to F&F’s website and saw lots of gorgeous items at very reasonable prices. I always love a good bargain, so it’s really nice and exciting for me to find shops that sell affordable and stylish clothing like what they have at Tesco Clothing.
The weather at the east coast was warm, a little muggy and every now and again, the sun showed up. My F&F side split maxi skirt was just perfect, it’s light, soft and very comfortable (and was on sale too!). It’s just what I needed because most of what I’ve packed was shorts and summer dresses.
This F&F jewelled leather sandal just complimented the whole look. I like the design… the pink, orange and green jewels are not just pretty to look at, but it will also go with a variety of outfits. I also bought the jacquard pencil skirt from F&F’s sale, which I can’t wait to wear and show you hopefully soon.
I paired the skirt with my very old thin stripy top, this was handed down to me by an old friend during our college years. It just added a dash of colour for the whole look; I then secured the top in with the skirt with a belt. My trilby hat was from Claire’s accessories as seen on my very first outfit post, and finished the look with a simple jewelled bangle given by a friend of mine too, and this Asos sunnies.
We really enjoyed our day at the seaside. We visited a lot of places and Robin Hood’s Bay was one of our favourite.
Robin Hood’s Bay is a small fishing village and a bay located within the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. It was once a deep sea. The sea animals of the time, buried in the mud, became fossilised, providing one of the best sources in Britain for the fossil hunter. Today, it’s one of the highly popular tourist destinations in the coast of North Yorkshire. There’s plenty to do and see especially for family and kids, like finding different species inhabiting the rock pools, cliff ledges and seabed’s; or just enjoying the lovely seaside view and atmosphere.
All in all, it was indeed a lovely day not to mentioned, how I love my F&F pieces that completed the summer look that I went for.
Thank you so much for reading, and hope you’ll drop by again soon. Wish me luck for Sean and F&F’s competition too.
Lots of love,
Photo taken by my hubby, edited by me.