Flower Market




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Introduction of one of the items I got with the River Island gift voucher I received for promoting their Student Party: the espadrilles! I was drawn in by their retro St Tropez feel when I first laid eyes on them a few weeks ago, but I needed to make up my mind as to what color to get! They come in leopard, black, navy, white (all of the previous plain canvas) and this cream lace pair. When I put these on I immediately went OOOOH BALLET POINTES so yeah, I fell for these. They only cost 40 euros and they are cute and comfy, so I recommend them to all of you! 

I wore this outfit to go to the annual flower market in my town, right in front of my house. The weather was more than lovely with 28°celsius and a stiff breeze to cool us down, so our little town looked lovely as can be: perfect for a flower market!

as you can see, my boyfriend LOVES flower markets, haha


We went home with a daisy bush! I have always loved daisies: cheery, modest, pretty, simple, casual and bright. The girl next door of flowers! Not pretentious like roses. Yeah, pretentiousness totally deserves italics.

I immediately gave it a place in our lovely little savage garden.


Pretty, right? Almost like wild flowers. I love it when gardens look "natural", not as if someone forced them into a certain mold with neat paths and pots and trimmings. I like a bit of unkemptness in my life.

I hope your saturday was as beautiful as mine!

dress, hat, cardi: H&M
espadrilles: River Island
nailpolish: Catrice


PS: no idea why my pictures make my legs look SO much more tan than the rest of my body. I swear it doesn't look that way in real life.

37 comments

  1. I love this outfit! Those wedges are great, I love how they wrap up your leg! :D
    And yayy for flowers! I love daisys too...they're such a friendly flower (as meg ryan says in You've Got Mail)
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  2. Haha flowers definately is the keyword of this post! ;) Mooi outfitje! Ik zou die schoenen compleet voorbij lopen in de winkel, maar bij jou staan ze super! En misschien zijn je benen in real life dan niet zo bruin als op de foto, jaloersmakend zijn ze wel! Geniet nog van de zon morgen, xo Elien

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  3. Very cute, love the flowers with spot combo.:)

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  4. it could be because of the lights. love the flower market and so apt for your dress. love the cardi and the polka dots. :)

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  5. This look is so adorable!!! The polka dots, red, and your shoes!!!

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  6. i will be dreaming about those espadrilles tonight...crazy gorgeous! and your long legs are perfect for them. i'd be seriously tempted to make a daisy chain headband out of those you bought :)

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  7. Those espadrilles are beyond darling...they remind me of my ballet pointe shoes. :)

    xoxo
    Maria Elyse
    www.uneasyimpressions.blogspot.com

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  8. your hat is so cute!

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  9. your shoes are absolutely adorable, and lovely flowers!!

    <3 steffy
    Steffys Pros and Cons

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  10. Those espadrilles are lovely! I'm stepping up my own search for the perfect pair. And I agree with you about gardens; when I was a kid I was always trying to convince my dad not to cut the lawn, as I liked it best a bit jungly. : )

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  11. oh flowers i love!! gorgeous of course pretty lady

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  12. This makes me miss my shoes that were like this that I had in 2002. so cute!! love them.

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  13. Love the outfit Annebeth! But I'm especially drawn to the River Island wedges. They look great on you! :)

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  14. Love the combo (spots and flowers), I never would have thought it myself, but it really works. I NEED that cardy.

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  15. You look so cute! Love the dotted dress and those shoes are too lovely! Great look and I love markets too! :)

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  16. Cute outfit! Love the hat

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  17. i know the feeling, i never take my hubby with me when i go to interior or garden stores!!! i love flowers in the garden, the more the better. you are like the most gorgeous flower in the garden. love the combination of the red and the black. the clash of the prints look even adorable. big fan of the white shoes; they look perfect with the black and white dress

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  18. Oooh, ik heb die jurk ook! Het staat je trouwens prachtig, love this look!

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  19. love your outfit!shoes rules!xoxo

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  20. aaah, wat zie je er weer vrolijk uit!

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  21. Love those pretty shoes!! You dressed them up perfectly with your outfit. And the daisy bush was a great find from the flower market.

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  22. love your shoes and your cardigan! and I got the same dress as you, but in red instead of black ;)
    x

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  23. Always fantastic! Your inspired me so much :-)

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  24. adorable summery look, I love all your mixing and accessorizing! And those shoes are FABs!!

    <3

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  25. As usual, I am in total awe of your outfit here - I love the pattern mixing and the pop of red, it looks really great!


    xoxo ~ Courtney
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  26. I love your outfit especially how you mixed the two different patterns together very pretty!

    The Honeyroom

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  27. I love this outfit!! The pattern mixing is fantastic, and those shoes go so nicely. The flower market looks like so much fun, although, I doubt my fiance would like it much, either, haha!

    xo

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  28. I love this feminine and colorful look. And those espadrilles are perfect for spring!

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  29. I totally agree with you on how gardens should be. They're so much more welcoming when they seem to be wild and free, like the kind of place you might find a fairy hiding behind an old flower pot :) I really dig this espadrilles, super cute.

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  30. I love those clashin' dots and flowers! And I just went to a flower market yesterday as well in London :) Thanks for the comment, keep on keepin' on!

    Cheers!
    --Megan//The Martian Tide

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  31. oh flowers i love!! gorgeous of course pretty lady

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  32. Those espadrilles are lovely! I'm stepping up my own search for the perfect pair. And I agree with you about gardens; when I was a kid I was always trying to convince my dad not to cut the lawn, as I liked it best a bit jungly. : )

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  33. your shoes are absolutely adorable, and lovely flowers!!

    <3 steffy
    Steffys Pros and Cons

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  34. i will be dreaming about those espadrilles tonight...crazy gorgeous! and your long legs are perfect for them. i'd be seriously tempted to make a daisy chain headband out of those you bought :)

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  35. Those espadrilles are beyond darling...they remind me of my ballet pointe shoes. :)

    xoxo
    Maria Elyse
    www.uneasyimpressions.blogspot.com

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  36. I love this outfit! Those wedges are great, I love how they wrap up your leg! :D
    And yayy for flowers! I love daisys too...they're such a friendly flower (as meg ryan says in You've Got Mail)
    http://www.closet-fashionista.com/

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