|I AM LEAVING THE COUNTRY.|
I absolutely love a city break, I'm all about the culture, the eating, the drinking, the handsome Spanish / Italian men... Yes I am just that simple.
Travelling the world. Making friends.
The temperature should be around 14°, which I am reliably told is "light coat weather" (I don't understand weather in a similar way to how I don't understand time or my finances). As such, I have put together a City Break capsule wardrobe mood board in order to keep me focused and less inclined towards a million dresses that I will never wear and pumps that rip my feet to shreds whilst trying not to swear in historic churches.
This is the dream guys - A truly immaculate, stylish suitcase full of class. Also, it won't weigh a ton or cause me palpitations when it comes to squishing it into the frankly ridiculous sizing cage at the check in gate.
Black Joni jeans - Topshop
Boxy lace top - Topshop
Tan Nelly sandals - Topshop
Violet Leopard chiffon dress - Collectif
Swing earrings - ASOS (Similar here)
Mustard yellow bag - I can't find where I got this but this Michael Kors Selma is dreamy
Blue Leigh jeans - Topshop
Beaded Long necklace - Topshop
Sunglasses - River Island
Sandals - Primark
Something I forgot to include here is a scarf - Absolutely essential in so many ways, even if just to cover my entire face with on the plane in order to avoid the plane plague which I inevitably get every single time I leave the country. I have an absolutely perfect one from Zara with a bold multicoloured print and which I convince myself makes me look très European and less like the uncultured swine that I kind of am.
I already have the jeans, striped top, sunglasses, Primark sandals and earrings above and I'm fairly convinced they will serve the purpose for which they are intended. The coat and Topshop sandals (Which are STUPIDLY light) have been ordered and I'm keeping a beady eye on everything else as I am poor due to booking a city break like a lush...
What's your secret to the perfect travel wardrobe? Do you have a failsafe look?