Thankfully for you guys, this is the last of my Mykonos posts. Well, except one more in a while on my top picks, as part of my city guide series but no doubt that'll be ages away. Prepare for the Copenhagen spam next!
We had the best time in Mykonos, we did nothing but eat, relax and play with lots of cats. I'd totally recommend a visit, but more on that in my city guide.
Have a good day guys!
I saved my most uncomfortable outfit until last, being this floral number. Don't get me wrong, I bought it, and I chose to wear it but I felt like I was wearing someone else's clothes all night. When I saw one on it's own in the store, I just instantly pictured it being photographed against tanned skin, with some lace up sandals and in front of Mykonos' blue and white buildings with those pink flowers somewhere in the shot, and well... Here we are.
The things we do, eh. Let's think of this as me appealing to a wider, more floral audience.
*N.B. the Superstars and boy clothes will be back soon, fear not.
Again, this another outfit that really doesn't feel very 'me', but I think blue and white was a running theme in Mykonos so I just ran with it. James and I went venturing up into the hills and found this beautiful spot right next to an old windmill, it was so pretty but then most of Mykonos is.
These espadrilles have been my favourite thing this Summer, I've never had so many compliments on something. I've literally had people stop me in the street to tell me how nice they are, which is weird. I really fancy the black pair too, but you know... Winter.
I know these photos are not great quality, but there's something I really like about the grain and slight blur. Is that weird? I think they have a film quality and I really like that.
That aside, these were taken in the Old Port on our walk into town for dinner. We actually met Charlotte for a drink on this night, as what else do you do when you and another blogger happen to both be on the same tiny island?!
ZARA dress (sale), RIVER ISLAND espadrilles, TOPSHOP sunglasses (old)
My suitcase for Mykonos was virtually unrecognisable, if any of you went through it I don't think you'd guess it even belonged to me. I'm not really sure why, but I packed really feminine pieces and even left my trainers at home (I die).
I picked up this white cotton dress in the Zara sale for about £12, as I'm a sucker for back detailing. I don't like the front view at all, but I'm all over the back. I paired it with these River Island espadrilles, as I think it needed a little something to pick it up.