I thought I would have a little fun with this outfit and I think the Item M6 socks are to blame as I wanted to wear them with a real street-cred style! I love these socks as they have a great contrast of lime and purple and they are so comfortable and great to wear with bare legs!
For a bling girl look, this check dress from Miss Guided gives an edgy style that is girlie but has a harder feel too! The dress is a little short but if you have some shorts or leggings underneath, you will be fine and will look ace too!
Gola are producing more and more ace pieces with each season and they have again collaborated with Liberty and produced some lovely print trainers and bags. These high top trainers are so comfortable and I simply love the colour and the print will work with most colours and styles in your wardrobe. Rucksacks are coming back on trend this season and this floral rucksack with a Liberty print is totally cute! I love the summer feel it embraces and it is such a good size that you will get loads of your daily bits and bobs in there and more!
New Era have some amazing new styles and prints available for SS14 and this pink tropical snapback is one of the options that is available to buy! I love New Era and wear their caps at least once a week and this new tropical print is a huge favourite of mine for the Summer!
I’m working on a little challenge with Superdry at the moment as I want to show that their clothing can suit many occassions. This Amazing Flag flying jacket looks rather casual but I will show you guys that is can be dressed up, down and wore for more then just a visit to the pub! The jacket itself is so comfortable and I am a huge fan of the Union Jack print flag on the inside. It’s a great piece for our British inbetween weather and can be worn, all day and all night!
Stay tuned for my Superdry challenge that will be on Bunnipunch soon!
Jacket – Superdry
Dress – Miss Guided
Necklace – Topshop
Socks – ITEM M6
Trainers – Gola x Liberty
Cap – New Era
Bag – Gola x Liberty
All images by Gary Spencer-Tracey