I fell in love with the vibrant prints on these scarves. Taking form in the classic style of a silk square, they make a statement while being super easy to wear.
|Square scarves, Tilt Vintage, around 7 Euro each|
I picked up this simple gold necklace and bracelet at the Portobello Road markets in London and the fox pendant in Scotland.
|Necklace and bracelet, around 5 GBP each. Fox necklace by And Mary|
|Serpent necklace, 8 Euro. Bracelet by Heather Gems, about 17 GBP. Celtic ring by Ortak.|
Does anybody else have one of these serpent necklaces? I first saw them in a market stall next to the Lourve and just had to try one. It's a metal loop that can be twisted into headbands, cuffs, chokers or just about any piece of jewellery you feel like wearing - hells yeah! I also purchased some silver jewellery in Scotland including this bracelet and a celtic ring that I wear on the daily.
I purchased this Guess bag on Oxford Street, London. I hadn't brought a handbag overseas with me so I used this everyday for 5 weeks. It really does go with everything and is really well-made.
|Handbag, Guess, 130 GBP|
I got this cute hat at Galleries Lafayette. It's easy to throw on for those days when you don't want to wear a massive sun hat but still need a little protection.
|Trilby, Lafayette Collection, around err... 12 Euro?|
So I may not be on a Kris Jenner salary just yet, but that doesn't mean I can't rock a skull print scarf if I feel like it. I bought the one on the left from a shop in Le Marais called Belle Mademoiselle and the second is from Biscote.
|Small print skull scarf, Belle Mademoiselle, about 10 Euro. Large print scarf, Biscote, around 25 Euro.|
And as if I needed yet another scarf, I picked this one up from Used Clothing in the 16th. THIS IS A MUST VISIT. I wanted to buy everything - and that was before I even realised there was a second story.
|Scarf, Used Clothing, 15 Euro|
Thanks for reading!