Woah. It’s been warm for actual multiple days in a row, so dare I say it’s finally summer? Ditch those jeans for a dungaree dress and switch out those long sleeve tees for a crop… let those legs breathe and those bellies hang free because in summertime we give zero fucks!
One // Hand screen printed by Ali and Jam in Worthing, these cropped tees feature the greatest puns of your summer from indie brand, Hello Dodo. Printed with water based, toxic free ink onto 100% cotton and for just £22. Which is your favourite?
Two // Hand drawn, laser cut and made by my own fair hands from recyclable acrylic, these statement sunshine earrings are lightweight and super comfortable to wear for just £15.
Three // Perfect to throw under a dungaree dress, match with some high waisted shorts, or sling a sarong around – this halterneck swimsuit from Primark is just £8.
Four // Wear nothing on your face, but a beautiful summer glow with this handmade facial oil for radiance made from plant oils. You glow girl! £19.50 a bottle and mine lasts around 3-4 months!
Five // The colour of sunshine, this mustard dungaree dress is your ticket to a comfortable, sticky free summer. Perfect with a cropped tee, lacy bra or swimsuit underneath and 100% organic cotton from Monki. £18 in the sale.
Six // Feel the sea breeze between your toes with these chunky soled, contrast jute sandals to slip on and off at will. £19.99 in the sale.
Happy shopping, you’re welcome!
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