[Outfit] Suede and Shore Projects

Last week Anneli and I had a wonder around the Kings Road. enjoying the London sunshine. I'm so happy to be able to wear clothes I've had hiding in my wardrobe awaiting warmer weather. I was after these Theory suede shorts for ages, so when I found a similar pair in H&M for less than £40 I was delighted (they've since sold out but the shorts - £8 - are online here). They're so comfortable and look great with heels (original plan was to put on some LK Bennett babies for the photos but Anneli convinced me to keep the Birks on).

I bought the lace shirt at the end of last year and it's proving to be super useful for springtime too. Whistles have brought out a white one (3 of my friends have it and it looks really good worn open as a jacket with a vest underneath) and a navy cropped sleeve which I would definitely have bought if I didn't already have this black number...

The shoes and sunglasses are old favourites from last year. The sunnies are from Jimmy Choo and I love how "Hepburn" they are - they wouldn't usually be my thing but they were a gift from them after their Bond Street opening and I had a very unexpected surprise when they actually suited me (if I may so bold as to say). The shoes are Birkenstocks, obviously, and the best place to buy them is Atterley Road where they are stocked for half the price compared to Net A Porter.

The rings and things are all Monica Vinader, my absolute favourite for quick-fire easy peasy jewellery. It's never super expensive so you don't mind wearing it every day. My Riva ring was a gift from both my grandmothers for my 30th birthday. And last but by no means least, the watch. You'll have to have been asleep for the whole of last summer not to have noticed Shore Projects. My first one was a gorgeous gold face and I have multiple straps (from baby blue to polka dots) that go with it.

When they unleashed their Project 2 metals range I knew I had to have one, and then scream about it all over the blog. Better still, if you tweet the below message you can win one of your own - all you need to do in the meantime is decide which metal you'd like!

"thanks to @annaelerihart and @shore_projects, I have entered a competition to win a Project 2 watch!"

Entries will be closed on the 30th of April, and a winner will be selected at random and announced via Twitter over the bank holiday weekend. Very best of luck!


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