A few of the outfits and accessories I wore in Torremolinos last week:
Beach Shoes: Primark
These are fab and fun, if a little unstable! Loved them for walking on the sand, but wouldn’t like to walk any distance in them. They’ll be trashed by the end of the summer, but for now, they are a bit of flowerpower!
White Shift: Sainsbury’s
I bought this broderie anglais shift last season and it works well for sightseeing. Cool but not too revealing and can be easily paired with a cardi. The bag is from a charity shop.
Maxi: Phase Eight & Wrap: East
I love a maxi, but I don’t think they love me back. I’ve paired it with a pink cotton wrap from East and the effect I think makes me look chubbier than I am. It looks better without the wrap as the halter top balances my hourglass shape. The gold platforms are from Marisota. They are way too high and a pain to pack, but at 5ft 2 I need the height to get away with a maxi.
The silver earrings are real amber which I’ve owned for 20 odd years, the rest is junk. Hairband: Primark; chunky necklace Torremolinos; strand necklace M&S; ring charity shop.
Silver Sandals: Office
These are my best buy this season. Comfortable and go with everything plus I walked four miles or so in them one day. When they wear out I’ll be getting another pair.
Maxi: M&S & Denim Jacket: Gap
I think I’m over this look now. Not going to buy any more maxis. Have to think of something else to wear with the jacket. As you can see it was a pretty windy evening, so the dress is not falling properly.
Khaki Trousers: Dorothy Perkins
I really like these for walking. Light and comfortable and quite silky. I was a bit cautious about the elasticated ankles as I’m so short. Still thinking I may cut off the elastic and hem them. You could wear these for evening with heels.
The short necklace is by Claudia Bradby. The rest is junk bought in Spain.
I hope you enjoyed my holiday wardrobe. What do you take on a Spring break?