Firstly I want to thank everyone for the amazing response over my last post! It took me a really long time to get right, and I was a tad nervous about posting it, but I'm so glad I did. I've had so much positive feedback, and it motivates me to continue with similar kinds of posts in the future. Today though, here I am again with ANOTHER all black outfit post (shock). I swear I have been wearing a lot more colour recently, but I wasn't feelin' it today so...
I nipped into town for some light shopping and lunch as well as a long overdue eye test. It was such a beautiful day, and the sun was out - therefore I got to wear my sunglasses for the first time this year. I was quite skeptical as to whether or not it was ‘warm’ enough to wear a dress without tights... but I braved the Scottish weather, and it was actually the perfect temperature!
Coat : Zara : £49.99 | Sunglasses : H&M : £4.99
Last semester, I got the chance to do a piece of coursework which involved creating a capsule collection for S/S15, which basically meant that I got to do a lot of drooling over the 70s gear forecasted for Spring/Summer. Flares, Bohemian, A-lines, V-Necks.. you name it, I love it! Since then, I've been investing in my 70s inspired wardrobe for the season, and I feel like this outfit incorporates it all!
Dress : Zara TRF : £25.99 | Boots : Public Desire : £39.99 | Bag : H&M : £29.99
As soon as I saw this dress, I absolutely fell in love with it and £25.99, you can't go wrong! I wore it with a Topshop crochet skirt underneath, which again adds to the 70s vibe. These over-the-knee boots have definitely been one of my favourite buys in a while, as I searched for a pair in my size for ages. I finally found them on Public Desire, and they were much cheaper than on the high street, bonus!
Necklace : H&M : £3.99