BUCKET HAT

Did you wear bucket hats as a kid? I did and thought I looked ok in them. Since the trend came back around I’ve tried to get onboard with them again, but I just can’t do it. This hat from Amazon is the hat I bought right as the trend was starting again, and i’ve only just started to wear it out. I’m on the hunt for another bucket hat to add to the collection to see if I can make it work.

DRESS – old | JACKET – H&M | TIGHTS – H! HENRY HOLLAND | BAG – ZARA | BAG STRAP -JW-PEI | BOOTS -DR MARTENS | BUCKET HAT – AMAZON

Chelsea Boots in The Lanes

I went through my old work books a few weeks ago and came across a work book I did in reception (kindergarten) We had to find objects from a magazine and stick them in the book then count them. I chose shoes. My teacher even commented that I’d chosen shoes. My love for shoes spans over 20 years. How crazy is that? I’d say I am a shoe girl over anything else. Yes, handbags are lovely, but shoes. Shoes are where I get my most joy. While in Brighton I really needed a new pair of shoes. Something comfy, appropriate for Winter and that didn’t need breaking in. I went into Deichmann and picked there comfy black boots. They are super similar to the pair I bought about 4 years ago in a Deichmann in Truro. But when you find something you love, always buy it. Deichmann are perfect for me as I have big ol’ feet, they have a wide range of sizes. These Chelsea boots didn’t need breaking in and are versatile enough to be worn all the time. I wore them all around Brighton on our last day there, which was also my birthday.

Jacket – H&M (similar in B&W) |Beret – Vintage | Jeans – New Look (tall) | Boots – Deichmann |

Backpack – Desigual (linked similar) Jumper – H&M   sale £6