(Coat: Jigsaw, Bag: Michael Kors, Top: Warehouse, Jeans: C/O Next, Shoes: C/O Next)

It's very rare that I can fall in love with a city as quickly as I fell in love with Bath last week. If you follow me on social media you'll be very much aware of just how much I loved it (I mean, how could anyone not) to the point where every time Joe and I walked past an estate agents we stopped to peek in (one can dream...) In short, it was an other-wordly kind of beautiful- meaning there's absolutely no wonder the whole city is a listed world heritage site- which is saying something. Whether you're waltzing around The Circus (and resisting peeking into the living rooms hidden behind huge bay windows), or meandering from the outskirts to the centre, I'm not sure I caught a single home or building out of place...

Anyway, before this blog turns into a Bath appreciation club (am I too late?) There's a huge city guide coming up this weekend (which I hope you'll love as much as I did putting it together)- but for now I thought I'd share the outfit I wore for a day exploring the city on the cusp of spring. Although it's definitely up for debate as to whether it's too early for white trousers (that and my clumsiness mean they never stay white for long), pairing them with some summery gingham with hints of rusty Autumnal tones bringing it back to the season- it felt perfectly apt for a day exploring (with the shoes even scoring top marks in the comfort-for-first-wear department)! Not bad for the beginning of March...



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(Coat: Jigsaw, Bag: Michael Kors, Top: Warehouse, Jeans: C/O Next, Shoes: C/O Next)

It's very rare that I can fall in love with a city as quickly as I fell in love with Bath last week. If you follow me on social media you'll be very much aware of just how much I loved it (I mean, how could anyone not) to the point where every time Joe and I walked past an estate agents we stopped to peek in (one can dream...) In short, it was an other-wordly kind of beautiful- meaning there's absolutely no wonder the whole city is a listed world heritage site- which is saying something. Whether you're waltzing around The Circus (and resisting peeking into the living rooms hidden behind huge bay windows), or meandering from the outskirts to the centre, I'm not sure I caught a single home or building out of place...

Anyway, before this blog turns into a Bath appreciation club (am I too late?) There's a huge city guide coming up this weekend (which I hope you'll love as much as I did putting it together)- but for now I thought I'd share the outfit I wore for a day exploring the city on the cusp of spring. Although it's definitely up for debate as to whether it's too early for white trousers (that and my clumsiness mean they never stay white for long), pairing them with some summery gingham with hints of rusty Autumnal tones bringing it back to the season- it felt perfectly apt for a day exploring (with the shoes even scoring top marks in the comfort-for-first-wear department)! Not bad for the beginning of March...



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32 comments:

  1. GORGEOUS photos!

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  2. Love this look :)

    Rachael xx.
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  3. perfect look for spring!

    xx
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  4. Lovely outfit, the blouse is really cute!

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  5. super spring atmosphere! Great

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    lau
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  6. that bag looks so wonderful! <3

    xoxo, rae
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  7. I've only been to Bath once but I loved it SO MUCH. I can't wait for your city guide as I definitely want to head back to the city soon! x

    Laura // Middle of Adventure

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  8. Love your top!

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  9. That shirt is so cool! And Bath looks cute too xxx
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  10. love the gingham Liv, looking fab

    Mel x

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  11. I've only ever been to Bath once but you are so making me want to go back!

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    Ellie xx

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  12. I adore this look so much! X
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  13. Those shoes are so unique! They remind me of colonial shoes that have met 21st century comfort:) Can't wait for the city guide as I have always wanted to visit Bath.
    -Madison
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  14. Fantastic blouse and shoes, you're looking so gorgeous!

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  15. I love Bath too. Have you been to the Christmas Market? So magical x

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  16. I love Bath too. Have you been to the Christmas Market there at all? So magical x

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  17. You've really made me want to visit Bath! Also I'm loving those white jeans


    - Natalie
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  18. This outfit looks a bit like Disney Bounding for the Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz (I know it's not a Disney thing but you get the point) and I am here for it. Love it.

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  19. Such a beautiful look, love that green gingham top! Bath is so pretty, I need to go back there soon <3

    Andini xx | Adventures of an Anglophile

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  20. I swear you're a fashion icon liv, love your style!

    Lucy | Forever September

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  21. This outfit is amazing! I love it! Xxx

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  22. Gingham is just everywhere right now! You really suit this green number!

    Isobel x

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  23. I haven't ventured up to Bath in far too long! I kinda wish I accepted my uni place there in hindsight. Cannot wait for your city guide! Immy x

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  24. What a pretty outfit! Your top is super pretty, but I also like that you kept it seasonal with your coat. Your bag is super cute!
    Also, I wouldn't mind if your blog turned into a Bath appreciation blog. I'd love that :P

    Julia x
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  25. Bath is so beautiful and this is such a perfect chilly Spring day outfit for walking around the town!

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  26. Green/white/red/yellow..if it were for me they couldn't match. Style is personal and a big part is played by the model who wears them. You have that charisma & all the colors match in you! I found just another time this charm..in in this blog http://www.vivaguides.com/

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  27. the gingham and basket bag look sooo sweet together!

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  28. Beautiful photos! Bath's such a pretty place and one of my favourite places to visit x

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  29. Such a gorgeous outfit - love every piece, especially the gingham top and those slides. :)

    Catherine
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  30. This is divine Liv! I'm just in love with this outfit! x

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  31. Your outfits and your photos are so amazing :)
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