Major Spring trend, and I personally love them! They are making a comeback from the 90's when my mum and Princess Diana rocked the cycling shorts look. Comfortable, versatile and this season's "cool-girl" staple.
Perfect for those slightly warmer days, this tomboy style can be worn in so many different ways. I personally will wear mine with a baggy t-shirt, jumper or shirt. I like to stick with my theory of tight on the bottom half and baggy on the top... or vice versa!
My new favourite place in the Algarve! Hidden, unspoilt views with the most amazing rock formations and secret caves.
Definitely a "must-see" and an Instagram picture perfect location. I really love exploring new places, wandering and capturing great shots with my camera.
Outfit for the day was my new Pull & Bear mini combined with a classic white Mango top. Always trending, Gingham is a summertime check available to everyone. Shoes, jackets, accessories, pink, blue or black, whatever takes your fancy.
Check out my photo's of the incredible steps built into the cliff face... and yes I did walk to the bottom and back up!
Houndstooth, plaid, tweed, tartan, prince of wales check, I love a smart checked pattern. A tailored blazer or skirt with minamilistic pieces provide perfect layers for Autumn/Winter.
Mixed textiles... a lace long sleeved top, frill houndstooth dress and patent shoes were my "back to school" inspiration. A little more sophisticated with an improvised Chanel hair bow, even the smallest of details can spice up your look!
Colourful, crafty and cool, this cover-up with a high neckline and cut-out sides offers a flattering shape for all. Showcasing crochet at its best... this dress is part of H&M's Coachella Collection. Embroidered denim cut offs, Aztec prints and rainbow crochet, you'll want to ensure a piece from this collection is in your wardrobe.
After a morning on the beach, my sister and I strolled around the old town of Albufeira in boutiques and some of my favourite shops; Calzedonia and Parfois. A clear hit with the Portuguese locals, several people commented and asked me where the dress was from!