Can you believe we’re already halfway through the year? I remember planning my holiday to Ibiza like it was yesterday and it was over in the blink of an eye. Safe to say I had a lot of fun, and I’ll be doing a guide on the party island soon. But first, I wanted to show you guys a look book of the outfits I wore during my holiday. I spent so much time planning all my outfits and saying, “I’ll wear this to Ibiza” that I only had time to wear some of them. I’m saving those outfits for hopefully another holiday. So without further ado, here’s my holiday lookbook.
The first thing we did once we arrived to Ibiza was go to the beach, obviously. So of course I wore this cute one piece swimming suit from Debenhams, paired with some black shorts and these beautiful silver sandals. I’m usually a bikini kind of person but this one piece was too pretty to resist. It made me feel really confident too! Of course, I couldn’t forget my travel sized Benefit bronzer to keep my cheekbones in check and get that summer glow.
The second day of our holiday, we went out to Ibiza town in the evening and I really wanted to go all out in a nice dress with my tan. I opted for this beautiful pink Miss Selfridge dress, and it completely matched with the vibes around Ibiza Town. Safe to say I took many pictures in front of floral walls.
When in doubt, wear red. I’m a big fan of red clothes, as you can probably tell through my Instagram. But I’ve never worn a denim skirt, and I decided to switch up my style this time. I really love this skirt, especially the frills at the waist. It’s definitely one of my new favourite piece in my wardrobe.
As I said previously, this skirt is so easy to style with anything. So I decided to wear it with my bikini top. When on holiday, your bikini top is technically a crop top, right? Plus, I accessorised these with some cute sunglasses and my favourite earrings I got from a market in India.
I hope you guys enjoyed my holiday lookbook! Are you planning any holidays for the summer?
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