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30 Jun 2011

Holiday Adventure Fashion

Next in the holiday series is my post on adventure holiday fashion


What's your ideal holiday? Personally I get bored after one day on the beach/by the pool so I enjoy a good adventure! Here's my picksAdventure HolidayThe top: I have to give a mention to The Dressing Room - they have a fabulous holiday shop at the moment with loads of items I'd kill for although many are out my price range. However I love this tank top by Bobi which looks cool and comfortable for exploring in and it's £25.

The Shorts are £35 from Topshop and are smart enough for going to more cultured places but still stylish and cool for evenings out.

The hat is the Navy Trim Small Boater by Topshop for £22 and I love it! It's very cute (and reminds me of my mum's old convent school unifom!) and stops your scalp from being burnt. Ouch.

The shoes - I looove these tassel loafers. I am considering collecting a pair in every colour including my black work ones I featured a while ago. Ok, so technically they are very stylish deck shoes but you don't have to be on a yachting holiday to love these shoes. They're £45 from Chatham Marine and come in other colours. I was sent 2 pairs to review (Don't worry, I sent them back) and here's what they look like in real life

If you're considering getting these shoes for a holiday I can definitely vouch for them! The leather is incredibly soft and comfortable, the shoes are well-built and I think very pretty and practical.

The bag - you may remember I featured a Healthy Back Bag on my blog a while ago which are designed to look after your spine? Well my mum nicked mine and took it travelling to China and absolutely raved about it! She said it was perfect for travelling and some of the girls she went to China with tried it and bought their own. They're quite expensive, starting at £40 but really worth it. They're available from here

Finally... don't forget your suncream! Again I think a once suncream is perfect for a day of exploring. I've been using this P20 sun cream for a while which I was sent for review and although I haven't got before and after photos (nobody wants to see the same picture twice... because I haven't been burnt) I can  honestly say it's really good. It's clear so no tedious rubbing in and promises you can still get a tan. You apply it just once and it lasts all day and isn't perfumed for sensitive skin (although some of you do love the smell of sun lotion so may not like this so much). It may be expensive at £10-18 but the reviews on the website glow! I'm getting another bottle for Thailand!

Adventure Holiday by laurenlovesblog featuring pleated shorts

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