A Little Green

Is anybody else getting a little concerned that summer hasn’t arrived yet? I don’t know how long I can continue packing my umbrella instead of my sunglasses every time I leave the house. Waiting for the sun to shine is leaving me blue so I’ve decided to dress for warmer weather anyway. I’m getting the bardot dresses out and swapping my boots for sandals.

When I tell you I went shopping in Superdry you may think gilets, slogan tees and casual clothing but their latest collection is ready to surprise you! On my latest shopping haul I discovered their new collection and fell in love with their loose fabrics, classic designs and playful bright colours. Effortless summer styling here I come…

I was on the hunt for a stand out summer dress that I could wear day to night and found the perfect thing in Superdry. Their latest collection, The Night Is Young, is so different to what I used to expect from the brand. It’s full of classic sandals, crochet tops and skater dresses – everything I need to update my wardrobe for summer. So thanks Superdry, you’ve made all-day dressing easy!

All of their items are easy to wear but I was instantly drawn to the deep emerald fabric of this Smocking Dress. The shade of green is gorgeous and the loose crinkle fabric with two subtle front slits create a perfect summer silhouette. My layered gold jewellery from Merci Maman and my Henry London watch adds a touch of sparkle – making it one of the simplest outfits I own. Et voila… weekend outfit complete.

My new wooden heels (also from Superdry, would you believe) are a real style staple. This Strappy Sandal effortlessly bridges the gap between seasons which is perfect for a Londoner like me who can’t always depend on sunshine. I love that these sandals match my Mulberry Bag so I’m accessorising in black leather head to toe. My beautiful bag may have cost a months’ rent *ahem* but I carry it everywhere so I don’t regret a penny of it!

What do you love to wear when the weather gets warmer? Comment below to let me know! 


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