a cow print skirt.
The only one i can find is this one by ASISH ... it's a little out of my budget at £404 pounds.. so i might have to get myself a simple elastic skirt from a high street store and a bag of white and and a bag of black sequins. Watch this space. DIY wins - it will probably never look as amazing as this skirt though.
I have a feeling cow print will be big in the next year or so, i don't know about anyone else but its time we embody the print of
The next item my wardrobe is missing is a pair of printed drop crotch trousers like these
i think they are a great alternative to tracksuit bottoms - and casual and light.. a perfect combination for chilled out spring days.
I'm not sure what festivals I'm going to this year but I love the festival look.. so heres a possible look i would pull..
i love wool hats. They are just the ultimate accessory - this one works out at just under £25 pounds from NASTY GAL
loving these Tie Dye Tights brand new from Topshop
i love this mesh tank tee, it's quirky enough that it would compliment the tie dye tights with out overpowering them - this is by australian label Staple and available on ASOS
creepers. Can't go wrong, they complete any outfit - especially the suede black ones.. they will pretty much go with anything. These are available on urban outfitters
and just for the breezy English days, this holey cardigan once again from ASOS. it will give the outfit that intense festival texture.
Just another 'watch this space' feat... i am going to start planning another creative day soon - i am thinking along the lines of 'rugged tea-party' for one of the themes... but at the moment that idea is just food for thought.