What I wore on holiday ..
Beware this one contains sunshine !
I’m so bored of myself talking about the rubbish weather in the UK that I’m not even going to mention it.
Instead I’m ploughing on and ignoring the grey skies and bravely posting what I wore on a recent family holiday to Cyprus.
This holiday wardrobe post is in good faith that things here at home will perk up soon.
So hang in there !
Because before long we’ll be looking for those special dresses and sandals that will get us through the sunniest of times.
And I have a feeling this summer is going to be a good one ..
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This combination, – a hand embroidered dress from – All Things Mochi and these daisy sandals from Ancient Greek Sandals, both linked directly in My Shop The Post, was a holiday favourite of mine.
I love this brand’s chic selection of easy to style sandals and every Summer I treat myself to a pair which I wear to death.
Ancient Greek Sandals’ shoes are handcrafted from vegetable-tanned leather that will age beautifully with wear. Designed in collaboration with Fabrizio Viti, this ‘Victoria’ pair that I fell in love with is made with six tan straps and dotted with delicate daisy appliqués.
Wear them with an equally pretty dress and a raffia clutch.
The best thing about warmer weather clothes is how easy and fuss free they are.
I mainly packed Summer midi dresses and skirts and for the first time managed to wear everything.
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Chiara Ferragni and Georgia Jagger are just two of All Things Mochi’s devotees – the label is loved for its playful designs that shine a spotlight on different cultures around the world. If it’s good enough for them chicks – then …
Cut from breathable linen intricately embroidered with pastel-hued geometric motifs, this halterneck ‘Gina’ dress has an elasticated back for a flexible fit. Team yours with slides and a raffia tote on sunny days.
After we arrived in Cyprus – Archie, my five-year-old declared how weird it was to wear Summer clothes and it was odd for a little while to have limbs uncovered again.
Odd but darn lovely ..