When Fabienne Chapot brought out the peach print range last year I was all over it…literally 😉 My first peachy purchase was the shirt dress from the-Bias-Cut.com. To compliment it I bought the gorgeous round straw bag with matching peach print direct from the brand’s website. Then recently I started browsing Depop, a resale app for clothes, and to my I delight found this Fabienne Chapot peach print skirt for £20! (I’ve since bought a top in the same lobster print as the wrap dress seen here from Depop too).
There are tops featuring this peach print still available at various retailers and I’m rather tempted to treat myself. But in the meantime I decided to pair my bargain peach print skirt with this statement jumper from Karen Millen. Unfortunately it’s now sold out, but I’ve linked to some similar ones in the widget. It’s been really humid and stormy here for the last few days so I was a bit hot and bothered, even though it’s not a thick knit. I’m planning on getting either a green or orange camisole top to wear with this skirt. I’d add a fitted denim jacket and sandals or trainers for a more casual look.
I bought this cute little velvet bag from an independent shop in the Lowry Outlet shopping centre shortly before lockdown. It was only £10, and I think the sales assistant was glad of the custom – I rarely saw anyone in the shop. Speaking of which…have you been shopping for non essentials since the easing of lockdown restrictions? I really don’t fancy queueing for ages to go clothes shopping. I’d much rather order online and save myself the hassle…especially when it’s a preloved bargain!
SHOP THE LOOK
Fabienne Chapot skirt (bought on Depop, but still available at the-Bias-Cut.com) |Karen Millen jumper (sold out, similar) | shoes from TKMaxx (similar) | bag from an independent shop (similar)| Ottoman Hands ring (from eBay)
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