Sunday, 31 August 2014

Outfit of the Day | A New Camera Bag...

Top | Asos || Skirt | Primark || Sandals | New Look || Bag | Amazon

With the weather having suddenly dropped cold leaving a very autumnal feel to the air, I knew it was time to wave goodbye to my summer staple outfit! I have been wearing these two key pieces throughout the warmer month's both alone and together and have truly loved both pieces. This white midi skirt is the perfect item for summer, a cool, light, fabric that sits on my waist, accentuating my shape and goes with anything but I doubt it'll come back out till next year. However i'm hoping that I'll still be able to wear this gorgeous blush pink cropped top through A/W as it's been amazing so far, going with anything and everything from day to night. I'm thinking jeans, a chunky knit, scarf and boots for day, switched up with a black pleather jacket for evenings out. This time I teamed this outfit with my favourite tan sandals, my bargain Primark statement necklace and my believe it or not, curly hair, damn the wind, with a plait either side to just give it that pretty, summer, boho edge. 

The bag featured is my new camera bag from amazon, I said I would buy one back in December when Dan bought me the camera for Christmas but I never got round to it, too much makeup to buy and all that jazz. However a couple of weeks ago I decided it was time that I bought one before the camera gets damaged and Dan said I told you so, but I didn't want just a regular camera bag because honestly, I think they're pretty ugly albeit practical, I wanted one that looked kinda stylish that could double up as a regular bag but that protects the camera too, I wasn't asking for much was i?! I found this one on amazon for just £11.99 with free delivery which I think was a complete bargain considering you pay this for a bog-standard one in Asda or Tesco. I love that it just looks like your every day satchel bag and therefore disguises the camera, it comes with two handles, this long clip on strap shown above, which I prefer, or the one that it comes attached with, a shorter strap which threads through two loops, pretty much the same as your camera strap attaches to your camera. I love the lining inside and the separator is velcro, therefore it can be moved inside the bag to adjust with the items you want to keep in there or you can take it out altogether. I keep my lens in the smaller side and the camera body in the larger side which seems to work perfectly for me. 

Are you ready to say goodbye to summer?


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