Saturday, 15 November 2014

Holiday Snaps

I promise this is the last I will bang on about my holiday in the sunshine whilst it was Autumn here....(!) Despite loving clothes I do find on holiday I tend to not be so bothered about dressing up, mainly because it's too hot but also because I try my best to fully relax and forget about routines, work, lifestyle etc.  However there were a few decent outfits I wanted to share before I finally put the sunshine to bed so here goes.  

First up, probably my favourite TK Maxx find this year, my Moschino skirt.  It is so comfortable to wear and not too short.  I teamed it with my Cos silk and cotton blend t-shirt as it's a fairly smart due to the fibre composition.  I popped on my Topshop necklace (although I'm not a large jewellery fan on hot holidays - too much fuss, but I felt I needed something more for that night's meal out).  I ran out of time to put my black sandals on as their required some doing up so had to slip on my old Carvela gold ones, not ideal but I wasn't bothered - holiday mode!




I purchased this navy sun dress about 6 years ago from Topshop.  It has been dragged out every holiday since, despite me thinking it was a little too dark for holidays when I bought it.  The bonus about the colour is that no matter how much sun lotion or food/drinks/sweat it has on it, it still looks pretty good.
At the start of the holiday...
By the end - a little more crumpled! 
We had a day trip out to Bridgetown for a browse one morning so I popped on my version of a denim short (a proper jeans short will remain on my wish list).  These Tommy Hilfiger shorts are made of a lightweight denim/cotton.

Top; Zara
Shorts; Tommy Hilfiger
Bag; River Island
Sandals; Carvela
Everything always looks better in the sunshine, colours, diamonds.....I didn't purchase but I was very tempted!
A beautiful fabric shop in Bridgetown
Checking out the local bling
I've already mentioned about my Topshop Joni jeans and how comfy they were to travel in so they were worn on the way back as well.  I kept it simple with a loose breton t-shirt (I slipped on a vest  underneath mid flight!) and my Nike's again (but wore my flips flips to the airport).  I had a large animal print bag for my carry on as the girls and myself never travel light.  I hadn't planned on a monochrome theme it just happened like this!

T-shirt & Jeans; Topshop
Flipflops; Haviana's
Bag; TK Maxi
Next to Wes Hall (legendary cricketer) - the cardboard version, however he actually married my cousin!
Finished off with a little Duty Free purchase on the plane.  My Mother in Law and me decided to go halves as we couldn't afford the whole set then I was kindly told my half was an early Christmas present!  Lovely little treat thank you MIL x


Au revoir holiday, until next year! 
Love From The Carlisle's


16 comments:

  1. Gorgeous Natalie, great outfits,great story about Wes and lovely family picture! So glad you had a fab time, my eldest is on babymoon in Grenada this week, back to her honeymoon destination, she wanted Jamaica but the flights were too full x

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  2. Looks like you had a wonderful time Natalie, fab outfits & what a stunning picture of you all - just gorgeous.
    Jane xx
    My Midlife Fashion

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  3. How refreshing to see summer outfits in the midst of winter here. Loved seeing what you wore - roll on summer 2015! Ax

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    1. Me too, it all seems such a distant memory now x

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  5. Oh my goodness you look good. WOW, I think I need to reverse my ageing by 15 years and get to a gym. You look SENSATIONAL

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  6. You look lovely in every picture! Very pretty indeed. You have lovely features, do you have mixed heritage?

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    1. That I do! My Nan is Indian and I was born in New Zealand then my family emigrated to the UK x

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    2. My son is half Indian! Very handsome (in my eyes!)

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