16 April 2016

Oh hello Spring!




So it isn't officially the end of Winter until I've packed away my woolly jumpers, scarves and gloves. 

And guess what I did last week?! :)

Consequently, I'm more than a little bit excited about the prospect of Spring and Summer wardrobe planning and already have a short list compiled of things 'I'd like' for the warmer weather.  It's always good to be prepared right?! ;) 

I kicked things off today with a little purchase from Topshop in the form of a Structured Bardot Top.  Not my usual style admittedly, but having seen this style of top everywhere lately I succumbed and took one into the changing room to see if it might suit me.  I didn't have high hopes but I was pleasantly surprised and trotted off to the cash register beaming! 



(Excuse the wispy hair and squinty eyes!)


This top hides a multitude of sins for me (I hate my upper arms!) and accentuates my shoulders (which I like!).  Winner.  I also love the ivory / peach hue. 

I was sent some beautiful jewellery from Dotty & Tink recently and one piece in particular I've been wearing non-stop since I got it (the eagle-eyed amongst you may have spotted it on a recent Instagram photo!) It's the Pink Quartz Crystal Point Pendant and it goes perfectly with the my new bardot top! 










Some of the pieces I'm really looking forward to wearing when I go on holiday to Mykonos next month and I think would look gorgeous paired with floaty white tops and cut off denims! 

Dotty & Tink are an international brand who were set up by a group of friends and they pride themselves on designing and making intricate handmade jewellery, they have some gorgeous pieces on their site so I encourage you to take a look.  I like simple jewellery but they do cater for all different tastes. 










I hope you're all having a good weekend!

Thanks for reading x

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  1. Both the top and the jewellery are beautiful! I'm loving all the off the shoulder tops and dresses at the moment. X

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