OOTD: Talk That Talk

River Island

Love it or hate it there's no denying some pieces of graffiti truly are a piece of art. The detailing on the graffiti above is just incredible, it's so tasteful and adds a little character to the area. I think the detailing and colours used on some of the pictures are amazing, someone happened to be working on a piece when we took the pictures above and it truly does require a steady hand and attention to detail.

Anyway onto the outfit, I think this outfit works really well (if I do say so myself.) I'm loving all things canary yellow at the moment, I'm thinking it will most likely be my colour of summer 2014. Pairing bright colours with simple monochrome pieces adds a little 'something something' to the outfit. I love the print on my shorts, they're high waisted but I have to admit they're not the most flattering of shapes. Thing's can look a little puffy which can add on a few pounds but as they were only £20 I'm prepared to rock them. My trademark sandals (that I seem to wear in almost every OOTD) were from New Look a good few years ago, I seem to recall them being a little pricier than your average sandal (£30 I think) totally worth it though as they still look good as new three years later!

Shorts- River Island £20
Top- River Island £16

Thoughts on graffiti? Do you mix monochrome pieces with bright colours? How do you style your high waisted shorts?

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Aleksandra Ladygin said...

Very beautiful!


Tiny Tang said...

Gorgeous outfit! Love how you added the bold yellow to such cute shorts :) I have to agree with you about the graffiti, some look absolutely atrocious but a lot are actually excellent pieces of art and are so impressive! x
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Ginger n' Roses said...

This is so cute, that yellow looks amazing on you!

ZHOUYEN ジョエン said...

i love your shoes!
i think graffiti is amazing. people can truly express their artistic side without being judged. :>


Sophie said...

Love that yellow - it looks so pretty on you too! Also, great background! :)


Stephanie Eva said...

Very true about the graffiti! Some things (like that in your pictures) are true works of art!! Great photos and outfit. I'm not sure if I said it already (because I've been thinking it) but I'm so glad you've continued to post OOTD's. They are really great!!

Much Love,
-Stephanie Eva

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for the comment :D x

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for the comment, it's such a comfy outfit :). I know I think it's silly when people just scribble their names on places but ones like this just look really artsy :D x

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for stopping by :D, I think it's my new favourite colour ;) x

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for comment, and cheers they've lasted for like the longest time I guess sometimes it's better to pay a little more :D. So true I couldn't have said it better my time I think when its tasteful it really is like a piece of art :D x

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for the comment :D, I think it's my favourite colour of the moment my wardrobe slowly getting full with yellow clothing haha! x

Rinica Warner said...

Aww thank you :D, I was trying to find you on Twitter as I wanted to say how much your comments always make me smile! You're always so nice :D. They really are, I dislike when people say all graffitis rubbish it can be really arty if it's done right :D xx

Amy Keeling said...

Oh you look lovely, you know you really do suit the colour yellow :)
Amy x | A Little Boat Sailing

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for comment, and I think I'm getting a little obsession my wadrobe is slowly becoming full of black and hello haha I'm channelling the bumble bee look this summer haha ;) xx

Prettygreentea said...

I love the yellow in this outfit!

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for comment :) me too it seems to really suit me:D xx

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