Hey everyone, happy Sunday! What are your plans for the day?
Today’s plan is singing at church, hitting up a flower market and grabbing some coffee- if the weather holds I’ll share the deets another day. As for today I wanted you all to see this fab, colour-block dress that I always found reminiscent of Mondrian- despite a different colour palette!
One glorious and actually bright (London miracle) day I skipped with my bestie over to Camden to hang, snack and shoot. Any day where I get garlic bread and a burger is a good day- but junk food and colours? My utopia.
I’m not a wearer of black- if you haven’t noticed- so patterns and lines like this are the closest I get- and even then I get a teeny bit nervous. However this beauty combats that with its teal/coral/fuschia/mint combo it even makes me excited for spring. Hopefully one day soon I can wear it outdoors without a coat- I have some amazingly sour-faced outtakes of me taking mine off and let’s just say these photos were taken in record time.
But one thing I can promise you readers, and myself, is that if it’s warm enough for me to move; it’s warm enough for me to twirl.
Just to make this outfit that extra bit brighter I skipped the obvious colour matching and decided to make my co-ordinated turquoise heels n headband pop that bit extra. I’d totally place all these colours in a complimentary palette and with the luck of this background I’m twinning with I’m super happy with the result. The next time I wear this I may just draw out one of the already-there colours for accessories but it’s always fun to stretch your wardrobe.
Anyways, I need to head off and get my choirgirl on, so leave a comment and let me know what your favourite season is and what you think of the outfit!