Zara Dress only £12.99 & (Similar here) | Chloe Wedges (Inexpensive version here) | Gucci Bag | Ray Ban Sunglasses 

Happy Monday everyone, finally back to blogging after a few weeks of being ill and then on Holiday.

I had the best time in Florida, as always, and I will share more fun photos in my US travel diary next week. If you are heading to Orlando soon, i’d definitely check it out as it will have all my tips and tricks on what to do when your there, where to stay, where to eat, fun things to do outside of the parks, and the best parks in my opinion.

As someone who goes there often, I still find it worthwhile reading up on other things to do whilst we are there, it makes it more fun and gives each trip something different to remember it by.

But for now, let’s talk about how amazing the red Dionysus looks with this inexpensive dress. I don’t think I could be anymore in love with this simple white sun dress. I picked it up in the Zara sale for around $20 and didn’t take it off for the rest of my trip.

It really shows you that investing in the right accessories will shape your whole wardrobe. Not only do they pull an outfit together but by investing more money in a quality leather pair of shoes, or bag, it means it’s going to last way longer also.

Thats definitely my fashion rule to live by, inexpensive clothes will always look better when dressed up by the perfect piece.

What do you think of the red Dionysus, do you prefer the plain canvas compared to my floral one? I love them both, as they both have different quirks that make them stand out. It matches perfectly with Chloé wedges too – so shout out to my mum for letting me borrow her beautiful bag!

So many exciting collaborations and travel posts coming over the next few weeks, i’m so glad to be back blogging again! And don’t forget to keep up to date with me on snapchat, instagram and twitter – @lucyflorals in between posts.

Wishing you all a wonderful week!

All Images – Chris Allan. 


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