I’m off again! Next week, I’m travelling to the Cantabria area of Spain for a trip that looks and sounds amazing. We’ll be taking in the local gastronomy, culture, scenery and of course I’ll be taking you all with me. So if you fancy following then look out for the hashtag #WeBlogTravel which I’ll be using to throughout my trip.
I’ve already started packing. If you follow my blog, you know I’m the queen of organisation, and I’ve been making plans this week for what I should bring.
Now I’m not sure if we’ll have chance to go for a swim, but I do know we have a little free time scheduled in…and well, I have a new swimsuit and I really wanted to bring it with me just in case. It’s from Figleaves, and I totally love it. I’ve not been feeling very body confident but as you know I joined Weight Watchers just over 2 weeks ago, and I’ve been doing Hiit fr a couple of months now. I’ve definitely been seeing some changes, still a way to go, but I’ll do an update in a couple of weeks of the results so far.
I feel fab in this Icon Spot Mesh Halter Shaping Swimsuit – £50. It’s just so flattering, and even though I have a long body the fit is perfect. I’m quite small in the bust but the shape and style made even me look like I went in and out in all the right places.
Chic and glamorous, the Sophina by figleaves Icon Spot Mesh Halter Shaping Swimsuit has gorgeous spot mesh halterneck panels and moulded cups. Suitable for A-DD cups, this shaping swimsuit features quick drying fabric.
Its classed as medium control, and I loved that it didn’t feel inhibitively tight or uncomfortable, but left me feeling confident that it smoothed away any bulges! It’s so well made. I’ve never paid as much as £50 on a swimsuit before, and I can see that it is totally worth the money!
Also what trip to the sun wouldn’t be complete without some new sandals.
I am pretty choosy when it comes to footwear. I have two things that I look the most. Comfort and individual style. I like them to just look a little bit different, fashion should give you joy and a smile I think, and these sandals from Van Dal Shoes really do fit the bill!
Floral prints are so popular at the moment and we’ve teamed up with renowned botanical artist Carol Lake to apply some of her unique designs to our shoes. One of four designs Westleigh is a great lightweight slide sandal featuring Carol’s ‘Tangled’ design. Hand-made in Norwich the leather uppers are digitally printed and deliberately mismatched for a truly unique result.
Westleigh – Tangle Flower £75
I’ve already been testing them out whilst the weather has been nice and they are incredibly comfortable, thanks to the *Happy Feet, details of which are below.
Perfect, I think and they will definitely be coming with me next week. What do you think, are the floral prints that are around this season something you love too?