I don't have a Zara local to me so when I was in London for the afternoon in the week I made a bee line for it. It didn't disappoint, I was so tempted but as I was doing my version of dry February (no shopping!) I didn't even tempt fate by trying anything on. Instead I papped away to share some of my favourite finds with you, how generous, I know!
|I loved this simple white shirt, with a softer, curved collar, £29.99|
|A statement coat is always a winner in my books. We live in a country where they are just needed so much that a patterned one adds so much more to an outfit, £99.99|
|As much as I love the printed coat above, there is always a place for a plain one. However this still has some character to it with the bias cut front. A classic colour for £109.00|
|Another statement item but a cropped jacket this time. I think that this could be teamed so well with some black trousers and a simple white top. £79.99|
|This was the one that I so nearly tried on. I love white/cream tops, they are my favourite for ease of dressing up and the simplicity of a chic look. £25.99|
|There was definitely a yellow theme going on! I thought that this was a really good price for £29.99|
|This yellow blazer wasn't as bright as the above top, it would look amazing with some smart jeans. £69.99|
|Another paler yellow, a great smart casual coat that speaks to you with it's colour alone. £89.99|
|And finishing with the bright yellow again! Suede, my favourite for shoes at £59.99|
I've heard a lot about H&M homeware of late but only seen online. The Oxford Street branch were advertising they had Homeware in their window so I had to take a peek. I was pleasantly surprised and the quality wasn't as bad as I thought (I love a bit of H&M but sometimes the quality just isn't that great). I would even say it is on a par with Zara Homeware (they have an independent shop down Regent Street purely with their homeware if you are ever near). As you would expect, prices are very fair.