This is a very special blog and I can’t wait to share it with you! For this outfit post, my friend Sally took the photos (amazing photographer…) and we had so much fun catching up and relaxing over a cute café lunch in Primrose Hill. If you don’t know Sally, she writes The Makeup Directory. Her blog content really inspires me and her photography is flawless. That’s why I was over the moon when she was going to be taking my photos. The shoot went really well and it was a productive day all round. I would definitely get in touch with her if you are ever considering getting some stunning outfit shots!
Onto The Outfit…
I went for a spring vibe outfit as the brighter days are finally here so I wanted to embrace it! I love the transitional colour combination of the neutral tones I chose. My favourite item is my buttoned floral top with yellow flowers. It seemed perfect against the pastel yellow house we found. I had to pair it with my trusty Marks and Spencer black thermal top of course! I thoroughly recommend thermal tops in the transitional phase of seasons! The beige coat also kept me warm whilst tying the look together. I love my brogues from Clarks as they are really comfy but also look sophisticated to wear out. You also can’t go wrong with a leather skirt, right? Most of these items were not new purchases but I’ve found some fabulous dupes below for you!
The setting of Primrose Hill was divine in London. If you are ever nearby you have to check out this idyllic neighbourhood. It is snuggled between Camden and Regents Park. There are loads of cute pastel coloured houses and a huge park to stroll in. Perfect for blog photos! There are also boutique shops and quirky cafes. It felt so picturesque.
Shoes | Clarks Brogues
Skirt | Banana Republic (similar here)
Top | Marks and Spencer Thermal Top
Shirt | H! by Henry Holland (similar here)
Bracelet | Next Similar here
Ring | Asos Faux Pearl Band Ring
Earrings | Accessorize (similar here)
Coat | Miss Selfridge (similar here)
Bag | Next (similar here)
I hope you enjoyed this special outfit post! What tips have you got for spring clothing?