Friday Fashion Edit (28/06/19)

A payday edit of beautiful summer pieces I’ve spotted whilst browsing online this week. They’re all at high street prices and mainly consist of neutrals but there’s also a couple of pops of colour to add to your summer wardrobe!

A short white floaty dress is a basic everyone needs in their summer wardrobe. This Arket version is the perfect take on this classic wardrobe staple with longer sleeves for when you don’t want your arms out.

I’ve seen lots of Faithfull the Brand jumpsuits/dresses all over Instagram and this one has to be my favourite. I love the colour and floral ditsy print. Although it’s yellow it’s fairly muted and not too bright. It has a very chilled, relaxed vibe, perfect for summer holidays.

I think you can never have too many white blouses and love that this one is very different to the ones I already own. I love the attention to detail, the tie waist and dart details add more shape and the neckline and balloon sleeves make it look more luxe.

I don’t think I’d ever bought a pair of shoes from H&M before but this is the second pair I’m lusting after this season! (The first pair were some strappy white ankle tie sandals which I have not stopped wearing but are now unfortunately sold out). I think these have a designer look to them, and look so much more expensive than they are. The colour and print is beautiful, and I love that they are satin and have the tie detail.

Midi and maxi dresses are my favourite style of dress for spring summer and I’ve been eyeing up this one on the Zara website for a while. I love the colour, although I usually live in neutrals, I feel like this colour isn’t too daring for a colour-phobe like me. I also love that it has the off the shoulder style but the can also be worn on the shoulder.

A plain white tee is another classic wardrobe staple but I love the beautiful neutral embroidery detail. Its very of the moment with the whole seashell design too.

I’ve seen quite a few signet rings around but I often find items like this are very difficult to find on the high-street without looking tacky. I love this plain, simple design though, and it’s a great version if you want to try out the trend but not spend lots on the designer piece.