4 Jumpsuits Under £60

There are 4 gorgeous jumpsuits in my Shopping Trolley this week that would make a great asset to your summer wardrobe. Jumpsuits are effortless and can be transitioned from day-to-night simply by swapping sandals for a pair of party heels. Let me know which styles are your favourite and if you’re a fan of jumpsuits.

High street summer jumpsuits under £60

1. River Island white floral bandeau jumpsuit, £55 | 2. Warehouse black boiler Jumpsuit, £50 | 3. H&M Chiffon orange jumpsuit, £29.99 | 4. Oasis rose jumpsuit, £55

11 Statement Sandals Sorted!

Now that the temperature is rising, it’s all about statement sandals. One thing I love about spring/summer the easy style of dressing. There’s no need to layer your outfit with scarves, coats or to wear boots. You can just slip your feet into a pair of sandals and you’re off. This season there’s all sorts of styles parading the high street including the return of the sliders and embellished flats for that touch of glamour and the classic t-bar style.

What are your favourite sandal styles? Have you made any recent purchases for your summer wardrobe? Do you have any favourites from the edit?

High Street Statement Sandals

1. Miss KG Pink Flat Sandals, £55 | 2. Primark Sliver Glitter Flatform, £16 | 3. Linzi Bronze Glitter Slingback Sliders, £15 | 4. Oasis Bow Toe Orange Sandal, £16 | 5. Missguided Blue T-bar Sandals, £10 | 6. New Look Yellow Embellished Sandal, £27.99 | 7. Topshop Tan Gladiator Sandals, £52 | 8. Dorothy Perkins Black Sliders, £9 | 9. Faith at Debenhams Lilac Floral Peep Toe Sandals, £21.75 | 10. River Island Green Chain Sandals, £28 | 11. Dune Jewel Sandal, £69

Adara Leigh London SS15 Collection

Adara Leigh London needs no introduction on my blog. Each collection just keeps getting better and better and the love I have for the brand just keeps growing!  Notting Hill is the latest collection and it’s all about going bold, Caribbean roots and Notting Hill carnival. These three mixed together offers colour, creativity and celebration. Key styles include feminine bow accents, pops of neon, gold beads and metallics against a monochrome canvas. Founder and Creative Director, Meroe Bleasdille says: “Life should be fun and your shoes should be too. The Notting Hill Carnival is an important part of my British Caribbean culture. Carnival is always a kaleidoscope of contrasting tropical colours, glitter and smiling faces so I’ve tried to capture all of this in our 2015 collection”.

Are you a fan of Notting Hill Carnival? Will you be attending this year? What are your favourite pieces from the collection? 

Adara Leigh London Notting Hill Collection

Notting Hill Collection Adara Leigh

Photo credit: Adara Leigh London

 

 

 

 

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