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Fashion - Tan & white for Summer with Bonessi ballerinas

Hey lovelies,
as you can see from these pictures it wasn't exactly Summer weather on the day we took these and it was windy, but you get the idea..... Tan still looks nice styled in a summer outfit you don't have to keep that Tan skirt in the wardrobe till Autumn.

And how gorgeous are these Tan & cream ballet shoes* from bonessi ballerinas now these are the most comfortable ballerinas ever they are crafted using the softest leather and have an amazing cushioned inner sole, so these beauties can be on you're feet all day without killing, like some ballet pumps, we've all had pairs of cheap shoes that not only break our feet but fall apart. So if you need a pair of stylish ballet shoes maybe for work its defo worth checking these guys out, they do several styles and colours. 

I styled my tan skirt with a simple white tee instantly making it more summer appropriate and my neckerchief which my hubby says makes me look like and air hostess, but who cares, its FASHION in it!!

 Tan skirt - Primark ( last year) white tee - Peacocks Neckerchief - Ebay shoes - c/o bonessiballerinas

What do you think of tan for Summer? let me know in the comments.


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