Monday 10 August 2015

Denim Dungarees

Whilst I'm home over Summer, I miss Brighton like nobody's business. It is my home from home and I feel so calm and happy when I'm back by the seaside. Henry & I popped down there last week for an afternoon by the sea, in the sunshine. 

I saw the sunny day as a great opportunity to wear my new Denim Dungarees from Primark & Striped Crop Top from Miss Selfridge. I am obsessed with this combo at the moment, so summery, comfy & practical. And they were only £10! I knew I had to snap them up instantly!
The neckline of the top is super flattering, showing a little bit more shoulder and collarbone than a standard shaped neckline. I love pairing it with High Waisted Black Skinny Jeans too, it shows a little bit of midriff but nothing too revealing. 

The Dungarees are super comfortable and make any outfit look effortlessly cool. I wouldn't recommend them if you're going to be doing a lot of walking as I find I end up pulling them down a lot, but for a chilled out day - they're perfect! 

I'm Wearing :: 
Denim Dungarees - Primark
Striped Crop Top - Miss Selfridge 
Red Bandana - Primark
Tortoise Shell Glasses (Similar) - Topshop
Leather Jacket - All Saints
Tan Leather Bag (Similar) - Oasis
Tan Brogues - ASOS
Watch - Floozie by French Frost at Debenhams
I snapped a few shots of Henry in practise for some band shots I'm taking for him in a few weeks. He's looking rather handsome, if I do say so myself. 
He's Wearing :: 
Leather Jacket (Similar) - All Saints
White T-shirt - All Saints
Feeling famished, we headed to The Breakfast Club in Brighton, to try it out for the first time! I was delighted when I heard The Breakfast Club was coming to Brighton as I've always wanted to try it out. I'll have a full post coming up soon hopefully, you can see their website here. Henry took a few more outfit photos for me and we headed inside.

I went for an Iced Tea with lemon and mint, Henry went for a beer and we both had the Pulled Pork Sandwich. Oh my gosh, It was too die for. Slow roasted BBQ pork, oozing red leicester cheese, on a sweet toasted bun with gherkins and pickled red cabbage (which was possibly my favourite addition) with a small side salad and pot of crispy skin on fries. 

Feeling stuffed and very content we wandered through the streets for a bit then headed home. Already excited for my next trip back to Brighton...


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