Since I’m often posting photos which were taken with me standing in the road or on a path somewhere, without much scenery, I thought it would be a nice change to shoot some photos for what my city of Bath is known for: the countryside. I’m lucky enough to have beautiful cows as neighbours and you can actually go into the fields with them, so that’s what I thought I would do for this outfit! I like being able to share some country life with you as I know so many other fashion bloggers are from the city. Aren’t they adorable?
For my outfit, I was wearing my Frame Denim Le Skinny de Jeanne in Queensway with my new Zara sleeveless top. These jeans are actually incredible! This was my first time trying Frame as a brand and I am so impressed with them. I thought that they wouldn’t be anything special and they reminded me a lot of J Brand, however in terms of a classic pair of jeans with an incredible fit, these top that by miles! As you can see from the photos they are skinny all over, the inseam is perfect, the rise is amazing and the back pockets are positioned in such a flattering way. I cannot get enough of these! The wash is so pretty too! I will be going into more detail with them soon on The Jeans Blog though!
To give some height to my look, I went with my Kurt Geiger Eleanor heels in Nude as I love these shoes! I then added some colour in with my Rebecca Minkoff Mini MAB in Port and my Merle O’Grady crystal necklace, which I have had for years and adore! Finally, I opted for my new STORM Rose Gold Zella bracelet which I think is so dainty and my trusty Marc by Marc Jacobs Blade Chrono watch in Rose Gold too! So that just about rounds my outfit up! What do you think of it? And do you love these jeans too? I hope you enjoy the scenery photos and looking at what I get to look at on a daily basis! Thanks for reading Raindrops of Sapphire!
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