Monday, 3 October 2016

My Most Worn Holiday Piece

When I went to Paris back in June with my best friend Jess, we obviously did a bit of shopping. Of course, we could only dream of walking into Chanel and Louis Vuitton (that really is the dream isn't it?) so we wandered around the stores that wouldn't make us cry and one of those was Zara. The Zara in Paris was amazing, with floors full of wonderful clothes, bags and shoes that were affordable. I think Zara's price point is really great at the moment and they have so many things I've picked up thinking I'm going to have to put back down to find they're £30! This dress playsuit was definitely one of those pieces!


As soon as I laid eyes on this I knew it had to be mine. It was one of those impulse buys that turned out to be a great one if you get me because we know that impulse buys don't always work out that way! The funniest thing was though that Jess and I both ended up buying it! We have pretty similar styles and all too often we'll go somewhere, turn up and we're wearing crazy similar things so really, it's no surprise we both clapped our eyes on the same thing! 

This has definitely been my most worn item of the summer. I love it because it looks like a really short babydoll dress but it has shorts attached, meaning that it's the most comfy thing ever and I can clamber around without worrying about flashing everyone! You'll probably be sick of seeing it now as it's featured so many times in my travel posts and lookbooks but I can't get enough of it. I've took it everywhere with me as well as wearing it at home so it's probably been my ultimate buy of the summer that will definitely be making a reappearance as soon as I go anywhere with some sun. 

I can't find the link to the dress because I got it right at the beginning of the summer but this ASOS denim dress and this sleeveless smock dress are pretty similar in colour and style so if definitely check them out if you're a fan of this!

What's been your most worn piece of the summer?

Amy x
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