...Mint & Neon



Jumper - H&M
Jeans - ZARA
Pouch - Kurt Geiger
Heels - ZARA

...One of my favourite purchases of the year so far, a neon pouch from Kurt Geiger. I liked it so much i bought it in the pink too and i am wondering if it would be wrong to wear it everyday going forward?
Simple, quirky and nostalgic - i always loved transparent pencil cases at school, how they showcased all your best pens and forced you to keep things neat and clean (no pencil shavings!). But most of all a way to inject that little bit of fluorescent joy into your wardrobe, after all we are now officially in Spring! March 1st marks the beginning of springtime and the weather is more than confirming the seasonal shift here in Newcastle.
This jumper was a purchase i made earlier in the year, a gorgeous mint colour, oversized in shape with sleeve detail that makes me feel like an Armadillo or some kind of beetle/robot!
H&M are well and truly shutting it down with their Spring Summer offerings this year, i could literally buy every piece from their 'Trend' collection and lets not even discuss the upcoming Marni collaboration!

Lisa x

8 comments

  1. You are so stylish! I published some of your outfits on my blog :)
    xoxo

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    1. Thanks for this lovely comment and for featuring me on your blog :) xxx

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  2. Love the mint sweater and this neon bag

    Kiss kiss.*Jo
    http://joandcompanystyle.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks for all your sweet comments jo, glad to have you as my newest follower!xxx

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  3. I have the same jeans, just haven't taken any pictures of them yet...
    Great combination with the pouch!

    www.thestylelounge.ca

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    1. Thanks Petra! I bought them way back in August last year and have only worn them twice, i think i forgot about them, will definitley be wearing them more x

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  4. hi liza this is a greeeat outfit, i gonna run into h&m for this jumper!
    xx liza

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