Compared to the beige Zara mules from a few days ago these certainly look much more practical yet equally lovely.
Having just ordered a mega load of bikini tops and bottoms from Arket (and for the record: I absolutely LOATHE shopping for a bikini so please please let there be just the one style that more or less suits me so I can be done with it) I really have no business eying up shirts but this beauty did just land on my wish list.
Scratch yesterday’s dress shall we? Because this one from Arket just screams ‘You will wear me for years and years to come.’
So love this.
These look amazing but as per usual, the wearability/fit may be an issue. Or am I the only one to worry about toes popping out at the sides? Anyway, as of writing they were not available in my size yet and Zara actually also recommends to size up in them so…hmmm.
It says on the website the colour of this fab looking dress is dark green. Now, I hate it when this happens: on the photo it really looks more like, I don’t know, teal maybe? Which to me is on the blue spectrum. Only way to find out is by actually ordering it, as there is now no longer a Massimo Dutti brick & mortar store in my hometown. Argh!
I probably have said ‘I do not want to go home’ 56 times on our last day there. And I have said ‘I want to go back’ approximately 3297 times since we have been back. I know, all good things (REALLY good things) come to an end and Mallorca will still be there next year so I need to stop moping and instead revel in the fact we so enjoyed our time away, all four of us.
So before I start on this lovely dress purchase (on sale now!) from & Other Stories I want to ‘bitch’ a little about shopping at brick & mortar shops these days. I ordered this dress online as with most of my stuff now, because long lines at fitting rooms and snotty staff are just too much to handle for me, not to mention the fact I get actual panick attacks when it gets really crowded in town.