So here's what I wore on day three of my jolly holidays!
Ring: ASOS, Necklace: Topshop, Shoes: River Island,
Shorts: River Island, Crop Top: River Island
There's something very nautical and sailorish about my outfit and I don't know what's giving me that impression, think it's something so do with the large amount of navy and white I'm wearing. I think if someone had given me a white hat, I could have WELL passed off as ship worker!
My nautical outfit was a practical outfit to wear on holiday as it was really hot. At night the temperatures reached 44 degrees so wearing little was always a good option. On the nights when I had no option but to wear my lovely maxi dresses, it was horrendous. My dresses constantly stuck to the back of my legs, my hair ended up wet through and I honestly thought I was going to melt. So if you ever plan on visiting Greece in August, don't bother taking dresses, just take shorts and crop tops.
Wearing little was a brilliant option but taking my white flatforms on holiday, however, was NOT a good option. I'm not exaggerating when I say this, these are the most un-comfiest shoes I've ever bought in my whole entire life and I'm even considering writing to River Island. They ripped my feet to shreds and because of this, made me waddle like a penguin. If my mum hadn't had taken blister plasters on holiday with her, I'd have had to walk around barefoot! Not only did they make my feet feel like they'd been attacked with a chainsaw, they also got dirty really easily and if you know me well, you'll know that I HATE dirty shoes. I'm just not a happy chap with these shoes, they're an utter mare!
Despite the killer shoes, I loved my outfit. The navy and white compliment each other so well and I think the cross necklace added something extra.
I hope you liked my nautical themed outfit and keep an eye out for my holiday outfit day four!