The Topshop Cactus Shirt With Skinny Jeans
You have probably guessed (if you follow me on social media) that I love plants, especially cacti, so when I came across this Topshop Cactus Print Shirt, I literally HAD to have it, without question. Isn’t it so cute? It’s one of my favourite shirts that I own now and I’ve already worn it numerous times. It’s a viscose blend, so it’s really soft and comfortable, but it’s slightly oversized too so it’s breezy. It made the perfect shirt to wear on holiday in St. Ives when the temperature had dropped a little bit. I could honestly have this Topshop Cactus Shirt in a size UK 6, which is my normal size, but they only had an 8 and I liked the looser fit of it, so opted for that one instead.
I chose to pair my Cactus Shirt with my trusty Citizens of Humanity Rocket Jeans in Spritz which I pretty much live in. I thought the classic blue denim combination with the shirt would be ideal. Now when it comes to shoes, I tend to suffer blisters a lot because I have such delicate skin, but I haven’t really ever gotten on with mules or backless shoes because they can be quite tight across the tops of my feet due to my higher arches, so when I saw these Jenni Kayne Suede Mules in Saddle online, I thought they would be absolutely perfect. Not only are they a really comfortable suede, but they have elastic inserts on them too so that when you walk, they stretch with your foot and don’t cut in. They are amazing! I’m usually between a UK 6-7 or EU 39-40, so I took these in a 39.5 and they fit perfectly. I’ve worn these loads too!
For my accessories, I chose my Michael Kors Selma Bag in Luggage as this is the one I took with me on holiday as it’s large enough to carry my things, but not heavy. I then wore my Olivia Burton Humming Bird Watch with various bracelets and my TRIWA Sunglasses, to finish it off. I know this isn’t typically a beach outfit, which is why I actually decided to take the photos on the rocks and cliffs, to change things up a bit and give it more of a desert vibe, to match the cacti. I quite like how everything turned out, do you? And if you are wondering, yep, I did climb up the rocks, really high (without shoes) and then brought my stuff up with me to get the high up shots. Right at the very top (which you saw on Snapchat and Instagram) there was the most amazing views all across the ocean! Stunning! Anyway, let me know what you think of my outfit and the shirt or shoes!