Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Transitioning into Warmer Weather

 
Heels - Primark, Jeans - George at Asda, Blouse - Dorothy Perkins, Jacket - Miss Selfridge (all old)

Choosing an outfit for work when you live in the UK and the weather is transitioning from Spring to Summer can be the most stressful part of your day, you could look at the weather app on your phone one minute and its glorious sunshine at 24 degrees and the next minute its cloudy and dropped to 16 degrees. If your anything like me then you will turn up to work completely stressed out and ready to go back home to bed for a long sleep.

Working in a huge metal building can also drive you a little crazy when you are trying to plan your outfits too (typical girl) as this also goes from one extreme to another, you either feel like your sitting in a freezer with your feet turning into ice cubes or you are sat in the middle of the Sahara Dessert on the hottest day of the year - not fun.

This particular outfit was all planned around these gorgeous suede camel cut out heels from Primark, however looking at the detailing you would have thought they would have cost a lot more than £15. My favourite part of these shoes has to be the heel with the gold mirrored panel on the inside matching the zip gives it that glamorous edge and it just finishing them off. I teamed them with my skinny cut out jeans but rolled them up at the bottom so you could see the full details of my shoes and well you know expose my ankles to the fresh air!

However, they might look pretty but I was in an awful lot of pain from the minute I stepped out the door. They are extremely comfy as the heel is fairly low but the cut out around my toes was the problem, as I am not used to wearing them (it could potentially be the first time wearing them since I bought them last Summer - tut tut) they rubbed my big toe to bits, it's not going to stop me from wearing them though!! 

Alice xxx
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  1. THOSE BOOTS! I need to have them in my life. I too find dressing for work a little difficult at this time of year. Will it rain or will it be scorchio? Who knows? And it always ends up with me wearing the complete opposite. Typical!
    Bee | QueenBeady.com

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    1. It's so difficult isn't it living in Britain with the weather. It is great to hear that I am not the only one who struggles.

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