Although I am on holiday I am still continuing my spring looks. This time I am focusing on bags for spring. I usually purchase one inexpensive bag every year and either go for a straw bag or wooden bag. Below are my purchases from TK maxx the last two years which I still rock on a regular. I have put an outfit together around my newest addition to my bag collection. Some style tips when getting your spring bag. I am sure you all know about the cult Gaia bag that every blogger owns. I want this bag, I need it ?. It is a bit pricy at $120 for the original bag but if it lasts you 3 summers and 3 springs, it has worked and is worth it. See some of my favourite bloggers below that have rocked this bag like a boss. link to Cult Gaia bag These bags are on my personal wish list. I just love these bags but I am patient and shall wait Eugenia Kim bag above is my ultimate wish list. I am so in love. Although it doesn't have much space to put all your beach essentials or shopping in, we all have to make sacrifices in life don't we, if this is my cross, I will carry it lawd ?. Munn bag above is also petite but beautiful. I love the bow detail. Last on my wishlist is this little gem from Moda Operandi So back to earth and when I say earth I mean high street affordable bags This minimalist Glamorous bag for £31 is certainly a keeper Swim spot bag for £40 Matalan have a small range that are very fashionable in various sizes and styles . My outfit details Shoes and skirt - River Island Top-Missguided Bag- ebay Until next time buttercups ?
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Florals, florals and more florals. I have stocked up on my favourites and I will mix and match them to death I tell you, to death!!!! Lol. I got this skirt from Marks and Spencer last summer and it has served me. And I paired it with an off shoulder stripe shirt, florals and stripe are always a match made in heaven Straw hat similar here Off shoulder shirt from boohoo M&S skirt (old) Bag from TK maxx Below are some of my fav high street pieces Floral River Island trousers River Island floral top River Island Floral skirt I love this sheer dress from River Island too This missguided dress is so easy, beautiful soft colours with frills and soft flowers. I am in love Not all florals are equal. All my purchases are currently leaning towards Japanese looking prints. I am so feeling love for this dress not only with the Japanese print but also the kimono sleeves and belt. Who can resist wide leg trousers. These babies from Marks and Spencer are just the right colour ?. Now let me take you to a secret place where men are trying to wear florals y'all. Did the bible not warn of such atrocities? Men in women's clothing? ?. Asos has some seriously floral fantastic pieces for men. This made me angry at first, like sue worthy anger. But I calmed down when I realised that we could wear mens clothing and not bat an eyelid. Can you see how delicious these print trousers are ? ASOS mens print trousers So buttercups, head on to the shops and swap your winter knits for floral magic. Until next time ?
Ok as you all know I went on holiday to NYC this summer. Needless I say it was amazing. I had been to Newyork twice before but I just went shopping. This time I mixed it up with touristy behaviour as well and I don't regret it one bit. Five things I love about Newyork 1. Beergarita (Lucy's Cantina Penn station) Google beergarita now (don't fall my hand). Heavenly combination of Corona beer in a frozen margarita (Gerra-ra-here). It was delicious, it was a cheeky refreshing drink at 2pm in the afternoon after being abused by Newyork sun. The funny thing is that my sister and my friend Annette the vampire slayer who were at lunch with me didn't even question drinking in the middle of the day (real alcoholics). Trick me once shame on you, trick me twice , shame on you times two lol. My sister took me there again and we repeated thesame shameless behaviour. Shay... shay....shay... Shame on you Omas. 2. The Halal guys (54th and 6th avenue) NYC is truly the street food capital of the world. The halal guys got a fair chunk of our Dalla Dalla bills. The food was delish and cheap. Chicken or lamb shish with falafel was $7 (shut up and take my money). Several meals later with hot sauce, good morning my neighbours. 3. Central Park It was a bit fascinating that a massive park was planned bang in the middle of a big city. Viewing it from the 86th floor of the Empire State Building I was like wow. I loved how you can actually travel across the city walking or cycling through the park. It was great fun renting a bike and just riding without direction or purpose. Very liberating. 4. Getting around Going from A to B in NYC was easy, numbered street in order, higher numbers going uptown and lower figures downtown. The subway was so easy to access and navigate. I am used to the London Underground so found it easy. But please taxi it up if you don't want your hand totally "falled" in a city where you could be anything you wanted actress, singer, model, song writer, fashion blogger, anything, no one knows you, act like a celeb. Don't act like a tourist cos you will get over charged for everything. 5. Afro punk Brooklyn If you haven't seen my post on Afro punk please keep scrolling to the end of this post. Finally how can you go to NYC and not do a fashion post. Here it goes, just for the sake of being in Newyork Newyork babay. Err-thang was from Nordstrom apart from the sunglasses which are Mercura NYC. See next post. Afro punk