Dress- Sainsburys | Bag- Nine West | Shoes- Dorothy Perkins | Daisy hair clips- Claire's |
Sunglasses- Twinwood Festival
BroadstairsOh Easter bank holiday Monday really was such a beautiful day. I treasure and always look forward to mine and Jon's days off together. As they are few and far between they are precious and very much enjoyed. We planned on a adventure that day but didn't have a clue what to do. The weather was beautiful and warm and Jon researched that morning things to do in Kent on bank holiday Monday. Egg hunts popped up which we wanted to do but had no doubt being adults they might not let us join in, so we stumbled across the food festival in Broadstairs.
We hadn't visited Broadstairs since last summer and it really is becoming one of my favourite Kent seasides. It was the perfect weather to wear my new lemon dress once again. I still can't believe I found this beauty in Sainsburys supermarket. I was food shopping there- as you do) and came across this in their new spring collection.
I think I might have a bit of thing for fruit related prints on dresses. So far I have strawberries, lemons, just ordered a watermelon dress for my holiday! Fruit prints always become a thing in trend come summer. For a mere £18 this dress is fantastic quality. Lined on the inside and complete with matching fabric buttons all the way down.
We loved the food festival and treated ourselves to some delicious macaroons- the rhubarb one's were heavenly...did I mention? after eating them on the beach after our chips we went back to by another 6! I can't wait to go back again this Summer and hit Morellos their retro ice cream parlour, till next time. x