It was one of those typically rainy Saturday's in January, the mood was grey and the temperature VERY cold as some snow had dropped not too far away. I found myself in Zara, raiding the sale and feeling pretty pleased that i'd dropped on the first day of the sales so that the racks weren't filled with peach coloured t-shirts and weird floral stuff.

The pieces in my hands slowly gathered one by one and a colour explosion hooked over my arm. The first dress I bought, is the rust / burnt orange number with a high neck and lace detailing. This was a steal at £7.99. Not only do I love the colour, but the simple, shift design is very flattering. With my hair being a lighter brown/blonde now, the colour compliments my hair...especially with a tan which will look pretty lovely in the summer.

The second dress I bought is a rather floaty affair which I bagged for £12 after scouring Pinterest for some boho inspired looks. I love the relaxed vibe from this dress as it hangs so nicely and the pattern is particularly lovely when paired with a leather jacket,chunky tights and tan ankle boots. The perfect dress for Sunday roast at a country pub.

With my colour spree continuing, I found this scarf, also in the sale and I knew it would be the perfect accompaniment to a leather jacket, as well being super useful for travelling to double up as a shawl. Again, the beautiful burnt orange colour and tribal pattern were the two elements that really grabbed my attention.

What do you think of the Zara sale?

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