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Patent Finish & Dusty Pink | What I Wore

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Top: Zara | Jacket: Zara | Trousers: H&M | Shoes: Zara | Earrings: Meli Melo | Watch: New Look

Last week I was strolling to a local mall and happened to step into Zara. They are currently having their summer sales going on and let me tell you – they are extremely dangerous – haha! I went in two times since to buy items that were on my list, but I am restricting myself from going in anymore because I will end up getting everything!!! I absolutely love the things that I’ve got and I’m excited to share them with you. If you’re interested in anything, I’m pretty sure you can still find all the items in their stores. I will probably do a haul of all the things I got from the sales on my Youtube channel, so follow me there if you’d like to see that.

For this outfit, I obviously went with a dusty pink and black combination. Dusty pink is slowly becoming one of my favourite colours. It’s so easy to pair with anything, it gives a feminine vibe and it just looks really pretty. The top has a frilled bottom and it looks so lovely on, I have already worn it a few times since I got it. I’m not sure if you tell from the pictures, but it’s a sort of leather material and I just really love how it looks basically. And probably my favourite purchase from Zara are the patent finish flat shoes – they are to die for, if you ask me. I am sure I’ll wear them a lot. I have yet to see such a lovely pair of flats – they’re perfect for looking a bit more put together when you don’t feel like wearing heels. And finally, I got the dusty pink bomber jacket from Zara because I wanted to have a thin jacket that I could throw on for those chilly summer evenings. My fiance also got a similar bomber jacket from Zara, except it’s in a dark navy colour – and I think it looks cute when we both wear them (cheesy much?! haha!). 

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