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!