Have you felt it, can you feel the change, is it just me or is the weather getting ever, ever so slightly warmer?
I think it is & I could not be happier, I love the layers & cosy evenings Winter brings but I’m at the end of my patience with my Winter wardrobe & itching for Spring to start.
So to get you ready here are some of my latest pieces that are helping me get ready for Spring.
I don’t know what it is but lately, I seem to be picking up more trousers than I usually would considering I love dresses but when I saw this pair I knew I had to have them.
Not your normal black trouser with such a bold detail I simply had to have them, you can never have too many pairs of black trousers.
I am embracing any bit of Sunshine at the moment, I am so ready for Winter to be gone & Sprint to be on its way.
With clear blue skies, colourful clothes to pick from I am definitely looking forward to it, so with a new floral dress & fresh flowers I decide to embrace Spring early.
Casual wear is something I tend to struggle with, I always find it easier to get dressed up then play it down.
So when it comes to the weekend & pulling together an outfit I like to try & get a balance, perfect for going to breakfast, spot of shopping & possibly a cocktail too.
Before we headed to the Cotswolds one of the villages I was most looking forward to visiting was Lacock.
There are plenty of reasons why which may tempt you to take your own trip as it certainly didn’t disappoint & was by far my favourite village of the trip.
Continuing on from Monday’s post where I spent the weekend exploring the beautiful Cotswolds.
It was the perfect idyllic British weekend, exploring villages whilst stopping off for afternoon tea of scones & clotted cream. Castle Combe we stumbled upon on an afternoon drive & it was the perfect little find.
Visiting the Cotswolds has been on my list pretty much since I first watched ‘The Holiday’ & fell in love with Kate Winslet’s cottege.
So this past weekend my boyfriend surprised me with a trip to the Cotswolds visiting idyllic villages that are too pretty, they truly are the perfect postcard.