Yesterday was absolutely beautiful here on the Costa del Sol and I think that weather is here to stay. I’ve checked the weather forecast for our area, and other than a few showers over the weekend, it looks like sunshine and warm temperatures are in store for the forseeable future. At the start of spring, I wrote about the fashion inspirations I’d found on the Internet. Now, with the start of May and the beginning of summer, I’ve found more inspiration courtesy of Pinterest and my favorite fashion websites. Enjoy!
This beautiful, green blouse was discovered via Pinterest and I instantly fell in love. I adore green hues, especially in dresses and blouses. I decided to snatch up this exact blouse from its original website and had it delivered to my home in Texas to collect while I’m there at the start of June. I’m envisioning it with my white shorts, an adorable pair of wedges, and gold jewelry.
This gorgeous three-toned, pleated skirt was also a Pinterest find, courtesy of a website called Southern Charm. Not only does it look comfortable, but I love the white tee tucked in and the shape would be perfect for my frame (read – hips!). And how about those shoes?!
Um, yes please! Shorts are quite possibly my favorite wardrobe item in the world. I’ve never been known for owning many dresses, but I sure can dress-up and accessorize any pair of shorts! Don’t these just scream “summer” on the Costa del Sol? Again, Pinterest took me to this website where there is a lot to love.
Topshop is the source for this beautiful tie dye maxi on the left. Unfortunately, it’s hard to fit maxi dresses on my frame; they are almost always too short. I have short legs and a long torso, causing dresses like this to land above my ankles. That doesn’t mean I stop looking, though!
Finally, rompers are not a style trend that Matt likes, so I tend to avoid them. If I find one that is beautiful, like this gorgeous yellow romper, I may ignore Matt’s style preference. However, I would never spend the $295.00 that they are asking for this. This romper will just have to serve as inspiration alone.