It is the age old problem- I have nothing to wear. Every year as summer approaches I look in my wardrobe and flick between the hangers trying to find something, anything to put on.
Money is tight over summer but I like to make a list of items I want to buy, a treat list of items to save up for.
I have been trying to avoid wanting a TRIANGL bikini after it seemed every other girl was wearing one in their holiday photos but after seeing this top I had to give in- who doesn’t want a bikini that looks like a watermelon?! The big downside of this bikini is the price (shipping is an extra $20/£13!!) but the neoprene will last a lot longer than the thin bikini material most are made of.
This t-shirt looks like a feminine version of a lot of mens tops about at the moment with the block line running down the side, I love that the palm print gives this a girly twist. The back has the same pattern all over in green (I love green tropical prints) however the zip on the back suggests it may be stiffer than a regular t-shirt. I would have to try this top on to see how comfortable it is, the worst thing in summer is wearing hot stiff clothing that ends only up at the back of the wardrobe.
Sticking with topical print, this more colourful number will be perfect for hot beach days when all you need is something to chuck on over a bikini. The price is fantastic for a playsuit with so much detail around the neck and the tassels, you wont feel too guilty getting it a bit wet and sandy.
Since my favourite black leggings are near the end of their life (they have been near the end of their life for quite a while, I can’t bear to throw them out) my search for black leggings with some detail but no zips has been a difficult one. This pair from River Island are perfect, enough detail to look interesting but simple enough to go with everything. For the more overcast days in summer, leggings and a long cami top are essential.
Do I really need more trainers? No. Do I need these trainers? MASSIVE YES! Like a magpie, I am drawn to anything sparkly, shiny and holographic. These are a pair of trainers I would regret not buying.