Monday, 13 April 2015

What I Wore | Under the Sea

Before I learnt to drive & bought a car I would use public transport for all of my adventures, mainly coming home from uni for the weekend/week/holidays, and visiting uni friends since we graduated. On every single one of those trips I dragged a big holdall around, it's a mystery how I don't have a hunch back. Buying a carry on bag* is something that I've been meaning to invest in for a long time, particularly now I've got some serious itchy feet when it comes to wanting to explore more of Europe. 

Now that we've had a week of beautiful sunshine and warmer weather, I'm longing for a beach holiday! Nothing but a good book, cocktails and all.the.sun! When an email popped up in my inbox about doing a collaboration with George at Asda I quite literally jumped at the chance. If you follow my Wednesday wish list posts, you'll have seen a couple of these swimsuits featured recently in my quest to find the perfect swimwear in a bid to get back in the water. 

 As soon as these arrived I was sold, they're fantastic quality, fit perfectly and suck everything in in all the right places. Now I know horizontal stripes are NOT flattering but sod it, I bloody love breton stripes and this is no exception. Thanks to George I have no excuse to not jump right in the deep end and get my breast stroke on!

This black swimsuit* is by far my favourite, I love the 50s style and the *ahem* tummy tucking design, it really sucks everything in exactly where you want it to. I had every intention of modelling each of these costumes* for you, but instead I bottled it & I'm sharing this sneak peak. These body sculpt costumes range from £10-£12 and are the best I've found for a long time, I even popped to Asda and bought a couple more!

You can find this super light weight carry on case* is just perfect for a mini break, especially if all you're planning on doing is lounging by a pool/on the beach, it's a total bargain and great quality. 

Do you have any holidays planned this summer? And if you do, can I come?

A big thank you to George at Asda for hooking me up with these fab items!



  1. All kinds of wanting to buy things going on over here!