Textured white tunic dress- £50 Topshop (found on the 'last chance to buy' rail) Zara Leather cuff- £9.99 (in store)Pony fur leopard print studded clutch- £40 Zara (bought in sale, sold out) Beetle necklace- £14.99 Zara (last season) Midi heels- £29.99
These photos were taken a while back now and I’ve been wondering whether to post the outfit due to nearly all of it now being sold out! I think we can all agree in that there is nothing more annoying than seeing something posted and then realising the likelihood of it being yours is next to nil. I’ve had a long browse online tonight though and have found a fair few eBay listings for each of the items, so have included their full names incase you wanted to look them up!
Firstly, the dress. LOVEE! I’m not sure the photos are doing it the justice it deserves, but in a few of the up close shots you can see the beautiful texture. It’s a gorgeous textured thick fabric and feels absolutely amazing quality. Not to mention the cut! A high neck, structured bell sleeves and a slight shift dress fit- it’s just so different and despite the fairly short hemline, it remains classy and extremely versatile.
I’m planning on wearing it in the daytime and on holiday with my new Zara neon flats, but for now I opted for my Zara midi heels (yet again!) as to not draw the attention away from the texture and accessories. The leather pony fur clutch has got to be one of my favourite bags, ever. I was lusting over it for so long but couldn’t justify the £40 price tag, so you can imagine my excitement when I found it in the sale for just £17! Again, it’s really good quality, has a beautiful colbalt blue lining with built in card spaces and of course features my favourite ‘fabric’, faux pony fur.
For a while Zara was my go-to shop for statement necklaces, last summer I could have bought every piece of jewellery from there, yet not one piece has jumped out at me this season. I purchased this cute beetles necklace last summer and I remember driving to three different stores as it was sold out and I wanted it that day! It was 100% worth it though, I’ve had so much wear out of it and the beautiful spring colours mean that it injects that much needed colour pop into my outfits, I’ve also been wearing it with bright clashing colours too!