On the first night in Mallorca, I decided to sport some classic stripes.

I wore this lovely black and white dress from Zara, along with my Topshop Birkenstock (which you can read more about here). During the entire holiday, I simply used a plain white cotton bag to carry my belongings as it was so extremely easy to carry around. I tied my hair up in a tight bun and wanted my make up to do the talking. I decided to wear a bright lip and MAC Lady Danger was my choice. I thought the red lip contrasted nicely with the monochrome outfit. I wore my Dogeared Karma necklace, with my Pandora ring and a bracelet that my brother bought me as a gift from Italy. We spent the evening at the marina where millions of pounds worth of yachts sat in view of every restaurant. It was lovely!

On the second night of my holiday, I decided to throw on a super comfy outfit. I wore a baby blue vest top from Topshop Boutique, with a black and white floral skirt from New Look. I slipped on some comfy white Primark flats and carried my white cotton bag. I also wore my Dogeared Karma necklace and Pandora ring.

On my third night in Mallorca, we once again went to eat at the Marina and so I was feeling a nautical outfit. I have fallen in love with the colour baby blue recently and so I really liked this outfit. I paired a baby blue button down Topshop cami with my high waisted Missguided shorts and my white Primark dolly shoes. I carried with me my white cotton bag and wore my Dogeared Karma necklace and Pandora ring.

I tied my hair back in a tight bun and created a bronzed make up look. I used Benefit Oxygen Wow as my base and powdered my Chanel Les Beiges. I contoured my cheeks with Nars Laguna Bronzer and wore MAC Vegas Volt Lipstick.

On my fourth night on holiday, I decided to pull out some cute and simple polka dots. I wore a Topshop Boutique tee with a lovely Forever 21 dress over the top. I think this created quite a 50/60s style, so I tied my hair back tight to try to recreate Twiggy's iconic look. I also wore my white Primark flats once again.

I added my same old Dogeared Karma necklace and Pandora ring to complete the outfit.
This was an unusual hairstyle for me, but its always good to give something new a try!

On my fifth night in Mallorca I decided to whip out a new purchase of mine...the kimono.
I styled this gorgeous black lace kimono from Missguided with a simple white tunic sundress from Topshop. I added my white Primark dolly shoes and my standard jewelry to complete the look.
I once again went for Benefit's Oxygen Wow foundation and my Chanel Les Beiges powder. I contoured with my Nars Laguna Bronzer and wore MAC's Kinda Sexy on my lips.
I decided to created a messy hairstyle by curling and back combing my hair.
I loved wearing this outfit and it was one of my favorite things I wore!

On my sixth night in Mallorca I decided to tackle my crop top fear (read more here) by wearing something a bit more daring for me. I styled my black and white gingham bra-let from Topshop with my white high waisted Missguided shorts. Since the neckline of the top was a bit too low cut for me, I wore a white bandeau underneath to prevent anything unpleasant from happening hahaha. I wore my white Primark flats to add the final touch of white to the outfit and my usual jewelry. I curled my hair once again since I really liked the way it had turned out the night before and went for the same make up look. I'm really glad that I felt brave enough to pluck up the courage to wear this outfit as I really enjoyed wearing it!


On my seventh and final night in Mallorca i decided to embrace the glorious weather and go for a crisp white outfit.

I once again wore this tunic dress from Topshop however, this time without the kimono and slipped on my Primark flats. I went for my simple jewelry from Pandora and Dogeared and carried my trusty white cotton bag. I decided to straighten my hair and go for a natural make up look to keep things nice and simple. I wore MAC's Kinda Sexy on my lips and used Benefit They're Real Mascara. I loved how the all-white outfit embraced my holiday tan (YEAH RIGHT, more like holiday freckles hahaha) and reflected the bright and beautiful weather.

We spent the evening at a wonderful restaurant on the Marina and watched as people sailed in on their yachts. A lovely way to end the holiday!