Zahara de la Sierra was the absolute dream location to shoot any outfit, but this outfit in particular was made for this place.
I have been loving the look of co-ords throughout the whole of summer, but I hadn’t found any I thought were worth the investment until August ( bit late to the game by this point I know), however they were in the sale which made them even more desirable – if you hadn’t guessed already, there was more than one, a blog post will follow shortly on the other.
Co-ords are great because you are actually getting more for your money as the items can be worn separately or together.
This particular co-ord has a ditzy floral pattern on it, but is predominantly blue and is an incredibly light fabric, so it is ideal for exploring on holiday. I love the v-neck detail and the 3/4 length sleeves on the top, it is also a really interesting length, I would say it is shorter than the average crop, so it looks great with high waisted jeans or skirts revealing the perfect amount of skin.
The skirt is a simple A-line shape and is very flattering. I think this skirt would have looked great with a simple white linen shirt tied at the waist too, but as I hadn’t tested them out together yet, there was no way I was wearing them separately.
Co-ord | Reformation Sale
Sandals | Ancient Greek Sandals via Oxygen Boutique
Bag | Chloe
Sunglasses | Ray-ban