Originally it was £19.99 and only has an 8% wool content, the rest man made fabric's so I wouldn't have bought it at that price as I'm not expecting it to last long. But for £2 (or £7) it was a quick, cheerful, easy addition to my wardrobe. I am huge lover of the breton stripe, I did move slightly outside my box and went for a brighter coloured option (others also available on the web). I know, I hear what your saying, making my own packed lunch, £2 on a dress, opting for cerise instead of black/navy/white stripes, I know how to live... Family holiday saving account, it get's me every time!
|I love the simple buttons down the back|
I hold my hands up again, I didn't get a picture of me wearing it, I am always running out the door. But I teamed it very simply with black leggings and black biker boots. I wanted to add some grunge to the girly pink!
Two of my favourite finds in store that day;
|I always opt for light weight cotton, embroidered tops like this in the Summer, great with rolled up jeans|
|Not one to wear a pattern on my lower half but I appreciate them on the right people. Love this bright blue|
And I will finish by saying that I refrained from the Gap sale yesterday. They had an additional 20% off on line, but nope, I backed away. All in the name of a damn good holiday (it best be worth it!).