June 09, 2012

5 Summer Best Buys

The weather may be letting us down in the UK at the moment (considering it's SUPPOSED to be warm outside in June!?)but at least the high-street has many fabulous summer buys to put a smile on our faces, even when it pours!

Here's 5 of my new favourite buys..
Topshop Floral Metallic Pink Shorts-£30 HERE
Although it wouldn't be appropriate to wear these short shorts from Topshop just yet, I had to have them. The fabric has an amazing foiled gold effect and the print has pretty hints of pink and lilac. Pair these with a pastel pink chiffon blouse, tanned pins and peep toes!
H&M slouchy soft jumper with cut out back-£19.99 (in store)
I've wanted this jumper for ages and I'm so glad I caved in and bought it!It goes perfect with high waisted denim shorts for lazy weekends and will act as a practical layering piece in summer.

Primark Floral Ankle Grazer skinny jeans-£15
Summer dressing wouldn't be the same without some bright skinny jeans. This floral ankle grazer pair from Primark will look lovely with tan wedges for the evening or with ballet pumps in the day time. Buying bold statement jeans can often be a waste if you get bored easily, but at £15 they are too good to let go. Love the gold ankle zips and pastel pink belt too!

H&M Pale Blue blouse with lace applique collar-in cream too-£14.99 (in store)

Spotted this beauty of a blouse in H&M and had to buy the same one in cream too. Wear under jumpers with the collar over and add delicate pendant necklaces.
H&M Neon earings-£5.99 (in store)
No summer wardrobe would be complete without a touch of neon! These crazy statement earings from H&M manage to mix up grunge style spikes with elegant studs-genius! Great for adding a pop of colour to a plain maxi dress.



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