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Over a year ago when we took a trip to Glastonbury for the day, I bought this Tai Chi style top but it’s taken me until now to wear it and style it into one of my looks. I just love the classic design of these tops and its quite the unique addition to my wardrobe, as I don’t own anything like this. Styled with my long slip dress, that I hitched up to just above my ankle to make it feel a little different to its floor length design. This outfit felt fresh, minimal and yet satisfyingly elegant with the help of a very beautiful vintage clutch of mine/my mums.

The Newbark slides that I still continue to wear two years after I originally purchased them and they are proving to be such  good investment. The other day when I was wearing them and I was looking around Topman, the shop assistant commented on the, saying how nice they are and I replied by saying that were kinda old but how I love wearing them and he couldn’t believe that they were two years old because of the condition they are in. I have to agree that Newbark don’t just stick a designer label on their shoe and then charge an insane price for them! No, they really are made with amazing quality and I mean refreshingly good. If there is a brand of shoe worth investing in, it’s Newbark. I hope they never change for the sake of profits.

Anyway I hope you like todays look! Wishing you a wonderful, summery week,

Take care,

Daniella xox

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Outfit:

Chanel Sunglasses

Open shirt (bought from a small shop in Glastonbury)

The White Company Silk Slip Dress

Newbark Slides – shop current collection Here

Vintage Clutch


 

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Posted by:Daniella Robins

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