This post is sponsored by H&M.
Little extra here on the blog this Sunday as I have a hugeee post to share. Last week Harry and I went to the Cotswolds for a day trip with H&M, filming everything we got up too including the outfits I wore throughout the day (I got changed three times like the fashionistaaa I am). Pleaseee go and have a watch of the video, I am so proud of it and spent such a long time editing it to get it just how I wanted, so I hope you all enjoy it too!
Of course we snapped my three looks throughout the day so I could share them on here. Our end destination was Bourton-on-the-Water, but we ended up making a pit stop 15 mins before as we drove through Morton in Marsh. Having never been to the Cotswolds before, I was amazed at how many gorgeous little villages we drove through, and this one was too good to miss! Full of little tea shops and retro sweet shops, everywhere looked like it belonged on a post card. My first outfit is my current take on double denim. I do dabble in double denim from time to time, but for the most part I am not the biggest fan of it. So going for two different shades of denim is a great way to give it a go. This pink denim jacket is a dreammmm, and a good way to tap into the colour of the season with a piece that is placed within my comfort zone. These jeans have to take centre stage though - how amazing do they fit?! They are some of the most flattering jeans I own (p.s size up for the perfect fit), and that frayed hem is incredible.
I loved the jeans so much I wore them in two looks, ready for when we did arrive in Bourton-on-the-Water. This place was so so beautiful, so HUGEEE thank you to everyone who recommended we visit here!! We spent time sat on the little bridges, got some sweets and people watched for a good half hour in the sunshine. It was so lovely! Aside from the incredible jeans, the second look I wore is definitely my favourite of the three. This jacket is amazing and super super flattering in it's length and cut, I love the gathered hem round the back which helps to give it a bomber-esque shape which is always flattering. The top, AHH the top. As I mention in the video, my favourite thing about this is how it looks good off the shoulder without a jacket, and also pulled up onto the shoulders when you need to throw on your jacket. Off the shoulder tops are all well and good until you have to pop another layer on, so having one that looks good (and is comfortable) both ways is so handy. Finally, the shoes. Instagram loved these shoes!! They have a step down back, and while you can also wear them as a fully closed shoe, I love the backless look. They're really easy to walk in like that too, don't worry about kicking them off down the street and chasing after them, they are slim through the toe so they stay on with no problem.
Aaaaand for the evening! We headed out for a nice relaxed dinner, and I continued my love for khaki green! These trousers are massive leg lengtheners due to the waistband. I often find trousers like this a little unflattering, especially over the crotch, and I find the best way to style them is with a light weight top so when it's tucked in you can't see any lumps and bumps from the top. It means the shape of the trousers is preserved, and it keeps your waist looking as little as possible which is another flattering aspect of these trousers. The top I went for was this gorgeous beaded top which is coming with me on every holiday I go on this year, i love it!!!! I think it will look even better with a bit of a tan too. I had some pretty gorgeous mules on here too, but you'll have to watch the video to see those in action!