The printed shirt



Printed Voile Cotton Shirt, £150, Chinti & Parker; High-waisted Raw Hem Jeans, £20, Topshop sale; Busby Boots, All Saints; Cobble Hill Curtis Mini Bag, Kate Spade New York

I've enjoyed a lovely long weekend at home, home this weekend. My brother kindly purchased my Ma and I tickets to watch the live National Theatre screening of the Barbican's Hamlet at our local cinema (which Benedict was incredible in) so I had Friday off and indulged in a life admin day heading to every possible appointment osteopaths, dentist, doctors and getting my hair did. So surprisingly productive.

Today has been significantly less productive. Quite typically filled with dog walks, rugby and another cull of my home wardrobe. Whilst consuming a disgusting amount of crisps - Sunday calories don't count.

I was kindly gifted this super-soft cotton heart print shirt from Chinti & Parker at their SS16 press day, a classic monochrome style the style works best with solid separates to keep the pretty print in focus. Embroidered in neon-pink stitching with my initials at the event it's quickly become a wardrobe staple that you'll definitely be seeing a lot more of on here!

Shop my edit of the prettiest printed shirts below:
Printed linen shirt, £29.99, Zara; Woodland floral shirt, £39.99, Topshop; Tile-print blouse, £35, Twiggy at Marks & Spencer; 70's Piped floral shirt, £42, Topshop; Printed Shirt, £250, Chinti & Parker
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  1. You're such a babe! Also love that Topshop 70s-inspired shirt!

    - Elodie x
    www.elle-yeah.com

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