Well the heatwave continues here in the UK and that means I get to wear all the pretty things! This yellow top is an old favourite and comes out every Summer. I climbed up to the top of the Eiffel Tower in it almost four years ago! I think this is the first time I’ve worn it with a skirt though. I’ve had this floral print skirt a few years too but have never worn it until now…crazy considering how lovely it is. I think I struggled to find a top to go with it…but low and behold, there it was all along in my wardrobe. It was only when I received these gorgeous Calla sandals that the outfit all came together.
I was instantly feeling Summery in the bright yellow top and gorgeous Calla Florence sandals…yellow always makes me feel more cheerful!
You may remember I showed you the Emma shoes from Calla back in March (coincidentally I was wearing yellow then too!). Calla shoes are designed for ladies with bunions (yep, that’s me!) and fit like a dream. When I slipped my feet into these pretty sandals they gave a sigh of relief. Comfortable shoes do not have to be boring, and here’s the proof. The charming frill detail makes them perfect for a wedding or garden party (they are also available in soft pink). I was instantly feeling Summery in the bright yellow top and gorgeous Calla Florence sandals…yellow always makes me feel more cheerful!
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Henry definitely approves of my sandals…he does love to be in the photos! My husband, on the other hand doesn’t approve of my big glittery sunglasses…he thinks they’re a bit too Dame Edna 🙂
I’me keeping it short and sweet today because it’s my little girl’s birthday and I’ve got to make a cake…my first attempt at a vegan Victoria sponge…wish me luck!
Outfit details: Asos skirt (old) | Principles by Ben de Lisi top (old) | Modalu bag (bought on eBay) | River Island sunglasses | Calla Florence sandals c/o | Pia bracelet and ring | Becky’s Boutique bee necklace
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