{Fashion Monday} A Yellow {kind of} day

Yellow on a cloudy day

Earlier in the year I shared how to style a frill long sleeved shirt, yellow is a colour I don’t wear often enough. I thought it would be fun to show how I styled the frill long sleeved shirt. Though it is a rarity for me to be in the photos I thought it would nice way to end July. Turning 30 has somehow made me just a little bit more braver than usual. It could be the age or it could be I have always been this way and just didn’t have the courage.

A Yellow {Kind of Day}

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure to tour Shakespeare’s Globe thanks to 365 Tickets who hooked us up. I took my sister as my plus one and she encouraged me to take some pictures for a Fashion post. Normally I prefer to share outfit ideas from my mood board but this time I wanted to feature. Whilst some outfits don’t always translate from mood board to real life, I do like this outfit.

As mentioned yellow is not my usual colour but there is always a first time for everything. Though this is not my first time rocking yellow outfits I Think this is the first I am sharing on the blog. I definitely include yellow in my mood boards but rarely wear it in real life because it’s such a bright colour. Most of us don’t do bright colours that well or don’t know how to style them so often we hide from them.

Outfit details: Ripped jeans (New Look), Frill long sleeved top (New Look), glasses (Primark) and flats (not pictured – New Look).

I have mentioned many times on the blog about adding colour to my wardrobe and braving it. It’s been liberating wearing bright colours, especially on dreary days when all we want is some sunshine. Bright colours always brighten up my days so I ensure to wear them as often as I can. Yellow is the new staple colour in my closet this summer and I am loving it big time.

What’s been your favourite colour this season? How do you like yellow?

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