What To Wear For 3 Days In Edinburgh
You might remember in January I took a quick trip to Edinburgh, it was mixed with cold weather and some great times and now I'm going back again at the end of this month. In fact whilst you're reading this I'm on a train on my way back, I thought i'd do a little style diary showing you what I did and wore whilst there. I took a mix of clothes with me, comfort was key but also with the weather not really knowing what it's doing at the moment bringing stuff that would work no matter what was key.
This time round I packed smart, last time I took a stupid amount and didn'r really plan my outfits. For me I like a bit of flexibility, so I could chop and change my outfits incase I change my mind on the day, especially if there's a change in the weather or whatever else can happen. I went with a very easy to wear theme, we did a lot of walking and going round the city so I didn't take anything that would slow me down or feel like a weight on me towards the end of the day
First outfit is the all dayer, this to me screams comfort it's the outfit I will probably travel there and back in, changing the top or shoes depending on how I feel. I did a quick NastyGal order the night before going, yep I became that person as there had been two tops in my basket for the longest time. Seeing as I was going to see Mamma Mia it was only right to pick up this Cher top £18 for the first day. Paired with my trusty Orson Topshop Jeans and my old Nike Cortez (similar) and this green leather belt from Primark and I was all set for the train and anything we did at night. Jacket wise I paired all my outfits with this cropped utility reverse stitch jacket from Topshop, it was light enough to wear with any outfit and wasn't heavy to carry around when we got a little bit of sun.
The first official day was for a lot of walking, after an impromptu ikea trip we took a look around the old town. May I just note that during this ikea trip I only walked out with one candle, now for me that's an achievement as I was almost ready to buy a full gold cutlery set so let's applaud me for only getting the candle. By which it smells divine. But ikea trip aside I went for something a bit more casual, we had a lot of food the night before so I didn't want anything that would cling to me, so it was time to throw on the other top I bought from NastyGal. I picked up this David Bowie rebel rebel top paired it with some must needed topshop joni black jeans, my cortez again and threw the jacket over it. We had a little bit of rain so this helped to keep me dry and not feel like a drowned rat the whole day. We also saw Mamma Mia this night and it's embarrassing to say how many times I have listened to the soundtrack since.
Until next time, Chloe!
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