If you saw my last post you will know that Alex and I had our 1 year anniversary coming up and we wanted to go away for a few days to relax. For the days we were away I needed to pack for casual day trips, comfortable clothing for lots of walking and a fancy outfit for our dinner and cocktail night. I had a little rummage through my wardrobe and put together some looks which i'll run through with you today! I had no idea what the weather was going to do (do we ever?!) and I knew I would be lugging my camera around with me so needed outfits and handbags to fit with this. Here's what I came up with..
jacket & cullotes - boohoo, striped top & pumps - fred perry, bag- tkmaxx 
This outfit has made me fall in love with cullotes. Never have I ever been so comfortable in trousers. These were super affordable from Boohoo, they are slightly see through but they have a lovely pleated texture and come in an array of colours too. The denim jacket is a trend I wanted to venture into but never wanted to spend too much as for me the look is very fast fashion. Boohoo hit the nail on the head with this one as well! 
jumper - asos, skirt - missselfridge, boots - topshop, bag - tkmaxx
Before I headed off to Bath, I noticed that Asos had some cute striped jumpers recently added and I had to choose one. They reminded me of the Whistles ones out now but a fraction of the price! I opted for this one with a salmon pink stripe on it so it would go with my new dusky pink handbag. I paired it with a classic denim skirt and boots as I wasn't sure what the weather was going to do!
dress & shoes - topshop
I knew we had a fancy dinner booked and we were heading off for cocktails afterwards so I packed this dress. At first I bought it to wear during the day with sandals and a straw hat but the weather is on the change so I swapped that for some red pumps and a curly 'do  and voila! It's so pretty and classy, if only I dressed up so nice more often!


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