Friday, July 22, 2016

OOTD | The Streets Of Sicily

Shorts - Missguided
Bodysuit - Asos
Sandals - Asos
Bag - Primark
Sunglasses - Quay Australia

You might have noticed that this beautifully rustic background is different to my standard cobbled streets of Plymouth, I took these pictures in a shady backstreet of Sicily when we docked there for a day on the cruise. The palm trees and old/ruined buildings are the ideal backdrop for some pictures! I'd initially planned to shoot lots of different outfit posts on holiday for a holiday lookbook, but when it came down to it's really rather exhausting having to lug a big camera around with you all day when the weather is 30+ degrees, but the thought was there, and I still managed to get a couple of good outfit pictures together to share with you!

These sweet elephant shorts from Missguided were a last minute purchase before holiday, I was also shocked that their next day delivery was only £1.99, I'd had visions of it being £5.99 or more! These shorts have a matching top which would make the cutest co-ord ever, these shorts are slightly see through unfortunately (the issue with ordering online!), but you can be clever with what you wear underneath them, I teamed it with a black body suit for a seamless look. It was the perfect lightweight outfit for walking around all day, it also meant that I was able to proceed in eating the biggest brioche ice cream sandwich I have ever seen (see it for yourself on my Instagram!!) without my clothes restricting me. Who said your outfit can't be stylish and practical too? 

What do you think of this outfit? Have you been to Sicily before? What's your go to outfit when the weather is hot?

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