If you follow me on Instagram, you may have noticed that recently I have been drawn more and more to a neutral colour palette. I do love the odd pop of colour still, but the last few months I’ve been gravitating to a more muted look. Perhaps it’s just a result of the winter months as my ASOS saved list is starting to include a few more colourful pieces now that all of the summer trends are coming through – I recently bought a baby pink boiler suit which I’m sure you will be seeing on here very soon!
After quite possibly the longest January ever, I, along with many others I’m sure, am very much looking forward to Spring and Summer. Unfortunately though, the weather is still very much rooted in the depths of winter and we won’t be leaving the house without thermals on for a while. Although I’m longing for denim shorts and cute summer dresses, I’m going to make the most of my winter wardrobe while I still can.
In the words of Miranda Priestly, “Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking.” It may not be anything new, but it’s still a firm favourite for 2018’s warmer months. There’s something about the warmer weather that makes me want to have flowers, flowers and more flowers. I’m a young Theresa May running through a field, apart from the wheat is replaced with flowers, political beliefs significantly altered and the only bombing I’m doing is spraying Viktor & Rolf’s ‘Flowerbomb’ perfume.
Hello and happy Sunday! Unfortunately it seems that Liverpool’s moment in the sun only lasted a day as it’s looking fairly grey and miserable at the moment. Yesterday was the first real day that felt like Spring had finally arrived, so of course the whole of it was spent outside. I even stripped off my coat and scarf, would you believe?!
Now that Spring is finally here (just about) it’s time to ditch the winter thermals in favour of some lighter layers. Don’t get me wrong, my ‘big coat’ is still on stand-by in case of another bought of snow – it is the UK after all – but on those odd days that reach above 4 degrees I’m definitely embracing a lighter jacket.