sheer panel t-shirt: alexander wang
neon pink cropped jumper: topshop
white coat: zara
aztec crop top: new look
sheer panel mini skirt: river island
statement gold necklace: miss selfridge
combination fabric heel: zara
monochrome clutch: zara
printed heel platform: new look
geometric print dress: asos
handbag: alexander wang 'emile'
It's that time of week again where I lust after everything I've spied over the weekend and wish money didn't exist! I always try to make an excuse as to why there are so many things I want at the moment, I've run out of excuses now so I just want them. At the top of my list is this divine Alexander Wang sheer panel t-shirt and the rose gold and white 'Emile' bag. I love the simplicity of the t-shirt, it would go so well with a nice pair of jeans and the bag would just top it all off. At first, I wasn't really keen on the pentagonal shape but now visioning it with the shoulder strap has changed my mind.
I'm big on prints at the moment and need this geometric Asos dress in my life! It's only £28 so I don't know why I wont buy it, I guess I hate purchasing without trying on and returning is always such a ball-ache. The dress would look perfect with these monochrome platform New Look heels which are a bargain at £27.99. I always wear a chunky heel as I find them easier to walk in and I love the abstract print. I found a printed pair in Zara aswell which I also like which consists of combination fabrics with mixed prints. I love the block heel but I usually find not having a platform underneath the foot quite painful.
I recently bought a white Zara jacket which I featured in my latest 'Today I bought' post but this one is slightly longer and has a contrasting fabric along the collar and lapels. If I had to choose, I would still stick with the one I originally bought as I find it more suitable for Spring but this one is gorgeous too.
Pink is everywhere at the moment and I'm more than happy to jump on the bandwagon when the weather brightens up a little. I love this cropped neon pink jumper, I can imagine it looking lovely layered over a sheer white blouse or with a pair of high-waisted tailored shorts. I recently bought a pink blouse from Reiss which isn't quite as bright so I may start off with this slightly tamer shade and see how I go...