It's late in the evening, glass on the side.

Dorothy Perkins floral midi skirt: c/o House of Fraser. Pink silk shirt: 75p, via charity shop. New Look heeled sandals. Urban Outfitters straw hat: £12. Brandy Melville thug life necklace: €6. Vintage belt: 20p, via charity shop. Vintage patent bag: 20p, via boot sale. Marc by Marc Jacobs bracelet: gift from Harriet. Topshop lip polish (this is the new season version).

It looks like taking photos at this sunflower field may become an annual tradition, and I am totally okay with that when it means that I can come home with locally grown blooms which perk up my early morning starts during the week. After lunch breaks perusing the rails at House of Hackney and reading Kim's blog, I've been pretty determined to work some tropical palm prints into my wardrobe, and whilst the HoH palm print dream remains up that pipe, I'm more than happy to take things the midi way with this beautiful Dotty P skirt from House of Fraser (and it's only £22, tell me that's not a bargain). I'm planning to wear it with my new black Bardot neckline top next time, but I think it works rather well with this hot pink silk vest top I picked up in a charity shop a couple of years ago, don't you think? Add in some more thrifty finds, and you've got a pretty me~ outfit, if on a rather girly day.

I prepped in true Cohen style for these photos by eating a massive two course meal at a pub down the road, and would truly recommend the seafood sharing platter if you're planning to head to a chef and brewer pub any time soon - those whitebait, you won't regret it. Finished off with a passionfruit cider and catching some rays in the beer garden, I really don't think that Saturdays come much better than this.

ps, don't forget to enter for your chance to win a Lilylulu kimono!

15 comments:

  1. That skirt is beautifulll and so cheap! Gorgeous photos as always :) xx

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  2. Such stunning photos! That skirt is beautiful!

    Emma x
    BEAUTY AND RAGS

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  3. Oh golly gosh! Just beautiful Rebecca, you look divine girl x

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  4. I drove pass this everyday to work - need to take a trip to explore. Ahhh that beauty of a skirt!
    Sophie
    X

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  5. Such pretty photos, I always get photo envy when I'm looking at your blog :) xx

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  6. Lovely pictures, such a pretty skirt! x

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  7. All I want to do now is find a field of beautiful flowers and take pictures as lovely as these. I love that skirt xx

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  8. You are so prettyyyyy!

    Maria xxx

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  9. The sunflowers background is amazing! Love the skirt! :)

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  10. What camera do you use? Your pictures are amazing x

    http://amandaevefashion.blogspot.co.uk/

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  11. What a beautiful place to snap photos mate! I can hardly believe this is the UK. And a pub lunch sounds like an excellent way to while away the day :) <3 Claire @ Jazzpad

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  12. YOU HAVE TO STOP. LIKE REALLY HAVE TO STOP LOOKING SO INCREDIBLE COHEN. like these photos ARE UTTERLY AMAZING. I CAN'T DECIDE WHETHER TO WRITE IN CAPITALS AT MY LOVE FOR THESE, OR whether to change to small bUT THEN I DON'T LOOK AS EXCITED AND HAPPY ABOUT IT AS I DO WHEN I'M TYPING LOUDER.
    And those flowers. Are as beautiful as your outfit. and your face. xx

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