Turquoise and Floral Beach Club Attire

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I am really happy to announce that although I have a couple of days left of exams, I will be re-joining the summer spirit once again very soon as My Girls on Tour have some great trips lined up in the coming months! So, in keeping with the spirit of this good news, I would like to share with you the outfit that I wore to El Oleaje Beach Club in Motril. A beach club is a place where its good to look smart but not too over dressed, as in theory people have just walked off the beach – which means that if you wear heels and a mini dress people will stare at you as if you are a bit of a freak… So I combined a floral triangle skirt with a floaty bright blue bandeau (bought in a large) for a casual yet smart look. The skirt has lots of different colors in it, so really matching it with a top is quite easy. I either choose a top which has one of the same colors (like today) or I choose a plain top of a different color, which also goes well because the minimalistic top centers the focus of the look and brings attention to the beautiful patterning of the skirt’s fabric.  Hope you like it! 🙂 I would also like to ask you if you had any new drink suggestions which I could order because although I am a massive Ice Tea and Mojito fan, I seem to be going into overkill recently?

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WEARING

Slanted Jungle Print Skirt – AX PARIS

White Slip-ons – PRIMARK

Spaghetti strap top with bandeau – BERSHKA

Black and Silver Studded Earrings – BVLGARI

Diamond Bracelet – MACEY’S

Turquoise Stone Bracelet – MARRAKESH SOUKS

Lilac Bikini – CALZEDONIA

 

 

10 thoughts on “Turquoise and Floral Beach Club Attire

  1. Great color scheme for you. When you tour North America, you’ll find that turquoise is the perfect match for the color of the lakes in the Canadian Rockies. However, since they’re north of 50 degrees latitude and at elevations of 6,000 feet, you might want bulky knit sweaters in turquoise. 🙂

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    1. What a great comment Tom!Love the idea of wearing big thick knits in the Rocky Mountains!That would be such a dream come true!If I can ever get the chance of going I will make sure to pack something turquoise :)) Hopefully a trip so far North won’t be too long away… Abi xxx

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      1. You would love it, I guarantee. To see what I mean about the color, try googling peyto lake images or moraine lake images. there’s something in the silt ground up by the glaciers that gives the water that color.

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