Friday, 19 July 2013

Mis-shapes, mistakes, misfits. Raised on a diet of broken biscuits

Zara Zebra Skirt
Primark Sunglasses

One thing I love about Summer is getting my little bicycle out and going for a bike ride. That's exactly what my boyfriend and I did today. He took a few photos so I could put them on my instagram, but I liked some of them so much I decided to put them on here! Plus the quality isn't too bad from my iphone.  

It was so hot today, my outfit was based on throwing on as little as possible. I opted for this Zara skirt which is about three years old unfortunately and a basic crop top from Topshop. Nothing overly exciting at all, but hopefully the cool photos on my little bike will make up for that. I do love summer, but I definitely prefer dressing for winter with lots of jumpers and layers! 



  1. I adore this song! Really cute outfit, love the sunnies xxx

    The perks of being a hipster

  2. Love your outfit - the skirt is cute! :)

  3. I love going to bike rides in the summer,
    normally to the beach :)

  4. i want to go on a bike ride too! :')

    from Brigitte at // BreezeyBee Blog | BlogLovin'

    dont forget to enter my RiRi Woo Giveaway Here

  5. summer bike rides are the best! wish I could get out of the city more often to do this :)

  6. love the song and the whole bicycle and summer outfit combo

  7. Love a good bike ride in the sun :)

  8. My bike is too small for my now :( I fancy getting a vintagey one with a little basket and riding everywhere... but I'm not sure that I'd actually use it that much! Cute outfit, perfect for this amazing weather we're having!! x

    1. Bikes are definitely worth buying! You can get pretty cheap ones too, mine was fifty pounds off ebay, and it's a cute little vintage fold up

  9. I'm obsessed with riding my bike, it's so relaxing and fun! Love your outfit, you look lovely.
    Katie xx


Thank you for commenting :) I read all your messages even if I don't get a chance to reply.

© laurensibs | All rights reserved.
Blog Layout Created by pipdig