Following the first instalment of my most coveted pieces for the season ahead, I've sussed out the pastel hues and vibrant floral prints that are rocketing me into spring. Intent on bringing more colour into my wardrobe, I've sure picked a bevy of bright shades from fresh minty tones to hot corals, let's dive in!
Cashmere Crew Neck Cardigan - Boden ∙ Yellow Pencil Skirt - River Island ∙ Yellow Coat - M&S ∙ Daisy Blouse - Warehouse ∙ Keira Dress - Boden ∙ Floral Skirt - River Island ∙ Bow Flats - Topshop
Embellished Dress - Miss Selfridge ∙ Floral Jacquard Dress - Warehouse ∙ Jessica Dress - Miss Selfridge
Cami - River Island ∙ Coral Lace Mini - River Island ∙ Trench - M&S ∙ Crew Neck Cardigan - Boden ∙ Pink Print Heel - River Island ∙ Pleated Skirt - Zara
T-bar Flat - Boden ∙ Scallop Tee - Topshop ∙ Cream Coat - Zara ∙ Nude Heels - Zara ∙ Floral Cigarette Pants - River Island ∙ Pink Boxy Jacket - River Island ∙ Brogues - M&S ∙ Pleated Dress - H&M
Suede Biker - Warehouse ∙ Mini City Bag - Zara ∙ Double Layer Cami - Topshop ∙ City Bag - Zara ∙ Boucle Skirt - Topshop ∙ Sweatshirt - John Lewis
And whilst this all seems wonderful, sadly living on a shoe string budget of late has severely put a dampener on any new wardrobe additions. Apart from dutifully stashing away the majority of my wages for my house savings (can I get a hell to the yeah for not crumbling!) I'm also frantically saving pennies for a trip to the states later in the year. With this in mind, I'm learning to fall in love with pieces in my wardrobe all over again and being really selective when it comes to spending my budget. I refuse to be frivolous.
Tell me, how do you balance saving whilst splashing out on treats?