River Island A/W Lookbook Wishlist

River Island AW Lookbook 1

River Island A/W Lookbook 2

River Island A/W Lookbook 3

River Island Lookbook 4

Please know that this post is not sponsored, I am just obsessed with River Island right now. I check their website on a daily basis, and pine for their beautiful pieces. I am so mentally ready for Autumn and Winter now, however physically, I couldn't be less prepared. I have a mish mash of clothes, I know I can  scramble some bits together, should the British weather take a turn for the worst. But I really need to invest in some sensible bits for the next few months.

Basically, all the items above are what I would dash out and buy should my lottery numbers come up. Truth be told, it was hard creating these looks; there was so much choice and so many nice things! A few items didn't make the shortcut, but are still on my list. These include a faux fur collar waterfall jacket, some gorgeous dark red heeled ankle boots and a cream winged tote bag. 

I will most definitely be paying River Island a visit once payday rolls its sorry ass around. Granted, I will probably only get one or two things from my ever growing list, but I will continue to dream about filling my wardrobe with their Autumn-Winter ready pieces. I find their prices to be pretty reasonable, and they are always getting new stock in. Which is why I constantly look like the hearts in eyes emoji whilst browsing their site.

Have you got your eye on anything? 
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South Beach Bikini Review




How cute is this bikini from South Beach? They are primarily a swimwear brand, who have recently launched into lounge and nightwear who are renowned for their glamorous sets, vibrant prints and eye-catching designs. It was hard to say no to when the opportunity to try one of their bikinis came my way, so I didn't!
I spent about 40 minutes on the site, before finally deciding on the Faye Nectarine top and Flick Nectarine bottoms. It was such a hard choice; I like to make sure I look at every single one first, and there are so many gorgeous designs available. 

Size wise, I stuck with my usual. I have quite the ample chest, so I wanted to make sure that it fit me perfectly; I don't want an underboob situation! Sure enough, wit fits perfectly, as do the bottoms. I'm not one for skimpy bikinis, so I was pleased to find that there is enough material in both the top and the bottoms to cover me up! 

The bottoms have a really nice ruching detail on the side, almost like one side of a bow. I like finishing touches like this, not too over the top but enough to keep it from being a basic bikini. The top is far from basic, with the gorgeous parrot embellishment in the centre. It's a bandeau style, but you can also add the strap for extra support. I find this style suits me better; triangle shaped tops never seem to fit me properly, and with this style, there is minimal chance of getting those dreaded white tan lines!

I'm sorry there's no photos of it actually on; I had hoped it would arrive in time for my holidays, so I could look glamourous on Cannes beach. I will however, be taking it away with me next year on the holiday I am currently planning - which I am super excited for, so look out for that!

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OOTD #31

  









Please excuse my derp face in the third picture. I just had to keep it in, it's the most true to life interpretation of what my face looks like on a daily basis.

I wore this outfit for lunch and drinks, and it went down pretty well. I love the blouse to begin with, but when you pair it with white jeans, it makes the colour really standout. I have been wanting something khaki for a while now, and this Topshop blouse fits the bill nicely. The draping is really beautiful, I was expecting it to be a lot more than the £34 it cost. The material is loose, but still structured, meaning you won't look like a sack of potatoes in it.

My jeans are also from Topshop; they're the Jamie jeans. They are so comfy, and a nice thick material, which is exactly what I look for in white jeans. I don't want to be worrying that you can see through them, which I found when I tried both the Leigh and the Joni jeans.

My bag is a recent purchase; I got it on my trip to Cannes. I bought it from the Michael Kors shop and I was surprised to find them cheaper there than they are in the UK. Not by loads, but still a significant saving. My necklace is from what appears to be my favourite place at the moment; Accessorize. I also wore my incredibly comfortable Aldo cork wedges, which I picked up last year. I honestly feel like a could wear these all day and my feet wouldn't hurt. Maybe a theory I should really test out before being as bold as to say it.

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