What absolutely gorgeous weather we're having and as per usual I'm cooped up inside a shopping centre for the best part of the day and unable to enjoy the sunshine boo!
However yesterday was my Mumma's birthday so I made a surprise journey back to the Lake District to spend the afternoon with the birthday lady! We ended up going to the local park which is lovely at this time of year as all the bluebells are out and everything is colourful :)
I was kindly sent these sandals from Clarks so I could take part in the blogger #freeyourfeet challenge. I have to admit, I don't like my feet so it's rare that they actually get to see daylight-saying that a couple of coats of Barry M-Green Berry polish and a generous helping of body butter and they don't look too bad!
The 'Studio Beat' sandals are really great quality as you would expect from Clarks. The metallic leather is really on trend & I love the simplistic T-bar design. They are also super comfy thanks to the padded insoles and softwear technology. Another point to mention is that Clarks are amazing as they always do half sizes. I must have odd shaped feet as I'm usually a 7-8 (hello bigfoot!) so these sandals in a 7.5 are perfect :)
Clarks have a bit of a rep for being a bit old-fashioned but their latest collections are really trend-inspired. I'm loving the hot pink, snakeskin & buckled ankle strap details in the new summer range!
Cropped tee: Primark
Silk Skirt: Oilily via Charity Shop
Denim Jacket: Charity Shop
Sandals: Studio Beat, Clarks
So my outfit is reflective of every outfit I will be wearing this summer. A cropped tee & high-waist skirt/shorts is pretty much my go-to outfit topped off with my denim jacket.
I found this gorgeous Oilily skirt in the charity shop last week. I originally saw it in the kids section and picked it up for my little sister but when I got home I tried it on and it fits me! The pattern is really cute and it is made of silk. On the website they cost around 50 euros but this one was only £1.99! I LOVE it when that happens.
Thanks to Clarks for sending me these lovely sandals. Also thanks to my mum for taking these photos! Darn it I wish I had a photographer & a gorgeous location all the time for outfit posts...
Have you had chance to #freeyourfeet yet? Do you wear Clarks shoes?
Thanks for reading :)