Obviously I don’t have more important things to worry about this week, as I have found myself thinking about (and lusting over) my ideal Honeymoon wardrobe!
After a trip into Brighton yesterday to get Busby some new clothes, I stumbled across the magnificent Pull&Bear… Oh my! I’m rather in love! Sadly I think that most of their stock is probably far too young for me as they had a t-shirt for sale that said: “Born in the ’90s”…!!! But there are some gorgeous, quirky pieces that made me salivate and coo that I wouldn’t consider too young. Well, I’m (technically) a Brighton Mama anyway, so I can get away with it!
If we do end up going to Italy it will still be warm. Hoorah! I also imagine we’ll be doing a fair amount of walking and sight-seeing, so I want to be comfortable, but don’t want to sacrifice style for comfort as there will be countless photo opportunities… and I suppose I want to look good for my Groom.
Here is what I’m lusting over for my Honeymoon wardrobe so far:
2. Dillan Dual Strap Bag from Ollie and Nic. A girl can never have too many bags and this mint green beauty would be ideal for fitting in with all of those Italian style superstars!
3. Jacquard knit cardigan from H&M. How cute is this? It would be perfect for wearing in the evening whilst we’re sipping wine outside by the pool… Or for pulling on over jeans and a t-shirt if it’s a bit cooler in the day.
4. Nancy Dress from Boden. I couldn’t find a decent image of this dress, but check it out on the Boden website… oh my! It would be ideal for fancy honeymoon lunches and sightseeing in glamour.
5. Miss Pasha Watch from Watches of Switzerland. I’m not usually a watch wearer, but we’ll be needing to keep an eye on the time so we can call Busby before bed each night… and hey, why not time-keep in style?
6. Countryside Sunset Necklace from I am Acrylic. I am Acrylic are swiftly becoming one of my favourite British crafty companies. Those of you who follow me on Instagram may have seen my awesome storm cloud necklace. This sunset necklace is gorgeous, and will remind me of our Italian adventure in years to come.