T-shirt: Zara | Jacket: Marble Arc | Jeans: Topshop | Shoes: Vans | Necklace: Regal Rose 

It's ridiculous that I'm posting this outfit in the middle of July, but as we all know, the English weather can't make up its mind! This t-shirt is another purchase I made in the Zara sale recently - I was drawn in by the interesting print and the colour immediately. I was hoping to pair it with some cute high-waisted denim shorts and sandals, but alas, nope! Not yet anyway - I still have hope! I kinda likes how it looks with my all-black outfit though; it makes for a really nice contrast; grungy but still a little colourful! 

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Dress: Zara | Bag: Pimkie | Necklace: Links of London | Shoes: Independent shop in Spain

I barely ever wear yellow, although it's fast becoming one of my favourite colours! I got this amazing canary yellow lace dress in the Zara sale, for such a bargain! I've said it a hundred times on here, but as far as sales go, Zara never fails to deliver the goods! I'm so happy I bought it, because not only is it super Summery, but it's also so easy to dress up or down! One of my favourite colour combos is yellow and silver, so I teamed the dress up with my metallic trainers, for a more casual look.

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Dress: Glamorous via Marble Arc | Sliders: Schuh | Sunnies: Ray-Ban

Denim dresses made a bit of a comeback last year, and they're definitely sticking around this summer too! This Glamorous one, from Marble Arc, despite having that typical denim colour and general aesthetic, is actually a much softer material, which makes it so comfortable to wear, anywhere from the beach, or a casual Summer's day, to a nice dinner, paired with wedges. That's the best thing about denim dresses in my opinion; they're so versatile and easy to style, but they can also be dressed up or down! I also really love the criss cross lace-up detailing - it just makes the look that little bit more feminine!

Check out Part 1 of my Ibiza looks here, and Part 2 here

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*This post is in collaboration with Marble Arc, although all opinions are my own!



Both bikinis - Rip Curl from Marble Arc 
Considering that I come from a warm place, with several beaches right on my doorstep, I never really put much thought into my swimwear, and pretty much always end up buying last-minute cheap pieces from various different shops on the high-street. Most of those have ended up being uncomfortable, or unflattering, or too sheer, or not long-lasting. This year I decided I wanted to invest in some quality bikinis that I know will last me a lot longer than the standard 3 month lifespan of the others in my collection.

Marble Arc's swimwear section is really a feast for the eyes; racks upon racks of bikinis and one-pieces, in a huge range of colours, styles, and brands. These two bikinis, both of which I wore throughout my stay in Ibiza, and both of which are by Rip Curl; one of my favourite swimwear brands, were the first ones to catch my attention! I usually struggle with bikinis a little, but both of these fit really well, and feel secure on my body (you ladies know what I'm talking about). The fact that they're so damn comfortable is really a testament to their quality, and soo worth the price!

If you didn't catch Part 1, check it out here!

Part 3 coming soon, featuring my final piece from Marble Arc! 

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*This post is in collaboration with Marble Arc, although all opinions are my own!




Dress: Glamorous via Marble Arc | Espadrilles: Indie shop in Shere | Belt: H&M | Sunnies: Ray-Ban

Marble Arc, located right in the heart of Gibraltar's town centre, isn't just Gib's leading high-street store, but is really a one stop shop; a sure favourite amongst locals and also tourists. Not only do they sell clothing, shoes and accessories for men, women and kids, but they really cater to all styles, budgets and occasions. With a girly trip to Ibiza right around the corner, I decided to pop in and scour through all the new-in pieces they had brought in for Summer, from some of my favourite brands! 

Off-the-shoulder tops and dresses have been all over the place this season, but I had refrained from purchasing any until recently because they had never really been my thing in the past. When I spotted this playsuit, by the brand Glamorous, I was drawn in by the print, first and foremost, as well as the gorgeous mauve and taupe tones, which I really don't have anything like in my wardrobe. I decided to try it on and actually really fell in love with the straps and off-the-shoulder sleeves combo; so feminine and on trend, but also incredibly comfortable! Also, if you happen to be averse to tops/dresses/playsuits that bare your shoulders like I was, you can literally just slide the sleeves right up, and voilà: you just have yourself a normal playsuit! I wore this all day for a relaxing boat trip to Formentera, and it has now literally become one of my most worn pieces in my wardrobe!


Watch this space for Part 2 and 3 of my Ibiza series, with more awesome pieces from Marble Arc!

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*This post is in collaboration with Marble Arc, although all opinions are my own!



Jeans: Topshop | Shoes: Converse | Bag: Pimkie | Faux leather jacket: Mango

I wasn't even planning on writing anything for this outfit, but I thought I should just write a little disclaimer about this 'Vans' top. I'm not a fan of designer knock-offs; of course I love it when brands like Zara take inspiration from designers and create similar pieces that are more accessible to the average person, but not when a brand name is blatantly written on something that isn't an authentic piece. I actually bought this in a market in Thailand, with the intention of using it as a comfy top to sleep in, but then I randomly wore it out last weekend, and I decided that the photos were too pretty not too post :)

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