Easter weekend ....... yippee!!
After a busy few weeks at work, exams and still no sunshine it was time to have some fun! As much as I love smart, tailored looks I really enjoy wearing fun outfits too!
Dungarees..... one fun, comfy outfit that I used to wear when I was a little girl. Making a come-back this Spring you can find a pair in every shop window..... relaxed, ripped, cropped...whatever look you fancy!
My weekend was all about being relaxed, comfy and easy. Teamed with a turquoise logo sweatshirt and trusty flat skater pumps my work here was complete!
* Happy Easter Everyone *
A new hair style I tried out......upside-down french plait!
Bella....the only word to describe the island of Sardinia. Beautiful white sandy beaches, quaint Italian architecture and the best ice cream ever!
My friend Lisa and I only had 1 week on this picturesque island so we decided to make the most of it and hire a car. #roadtrip!
First stop was La Pelosa beach, Stintino. Situated in the north-western tip, the shallow turquoise waters are accompanied by an ancient watchtower, the Torre della Pelosa.
In and out of the car, exploring the island I wore my new purchase from Zara....my dungarees. Love or hate? I love them! Soft, light denim and easy to wear in the blazing heat.
Love, love, love!! My headbands are an absolute must on a hot, sunny day. Patterned long headbands can really spice up a summery look and cool you down at the same time. I always love European girls with bronzed tans and long, wavy beach hair.............complete with a headband.
I have made my own headbands using floral and bold fabrics. Otherwise Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, Urban Outfitters and Accessorize offer some of the best unique, delicate hair accessories.
Lunchtime and we stopped off at Santa Teresa, a town of colourful clean buildings and streets and a traditional square filled with shops and restaurants.
Baia Sardinia was the next stop........where we found Ice cream and We Positive bracelets!
Just caught the sunset on the roadtrip back!
Headband: Made by me (Holly!)