Bodysuit - River Island
Skirt - F&F at Tesco
Bag - Oasis at House of Fraser
Shoes - River Island
Earrings - Warehouse
Now that wedding season has kicked off, Dan and I haven't really had much quality time to ourselves. We're constantly working, and although I love my job, and love shooting weddings with Dan, obviously its super nice just to have some time out to ourselves, doing as 'normal couples' would - The only problem is we're usually exhausted by the time we find a moment... As huge foodies and devout lazy bums (eh-hum), we're usually quick to head out for food, and I must admit we've always given Harvester a bit of a miss. We popped into the relatively new Milton Keynes branch and I'm not sure if they're all the same, but man, Harvester has changed. Gone are the days of dodgy food and your grandparents furnishings, its actually a place we'll go again now! Spoilt for choice and never ones to narrow down our choices, we had tapas starters and a mixed grill platter as our main, pwhoar!
I picked this skirt up in Tesco, isn't it cute? It might be a tad too big for me, but I was clearly expecting this mountain of food, so don't regret it on this occasion. This skirt was picked up on a rushed Tesco run, it was a mere £7. I do hold most of my weight around my hips, so it can be quite hard to find skirts that really fit properly, really! Wait, is this a valid reason to buy more high waisted, midi skirts? This evening was the first outing of this super cute black bag too. I'm a bit tentative to take my Mulberry out *all* the time, especially in the evening when I really don't need everything, and this tiny leather is just perfect for adding little texture to an outfit, and fits all the essentials!
Have you been to Harvester since their makeover?