If you notice anything about my OOTD posts, it's possible (probable) to tell that the top of multi-storey car parks is my favourite place to shoot right now. The lighting is just insane, and they're *usually* very quiet and empty, so what's not to love? But I don't want the same backdrop on every post, so I did venture to a different car park this time to mix it up a touch. (jk).

I picked this outfit (top and trousers) up in the Zara sale when I was browsing online over Christmas. They're both pieces that I loved pre-sale but could never find in my size, so when they were in the sale and in stock in my size, it was like it was meant to be really. I'm always a fan of an oversized top, but make it checkered and throw on some pompoms and you're winning aren't you?
Picture the trousers on someone of average or above height, and they probably look 10x better being cropped as intended, not just ankle grazing, but am I actually bothered about that? They're super comfy material, stretchy but not overly so, and I think the double tassels from the top and trousers together is the perfect, casual combo.

These loafers are *identical* to the Topshop pair (which I have in white and pink) except they're from Primark for a fraction of the price. I would highly recommend, but I wore them for a few hours and they shredded my heel so bad - if you're prone to blisters then maybe avoid.

Can we just take a minute for the hat too, because I'm always a big fan of hats and this was fully inspired by the likes of Megan (pagesbymegan.com) and Amy (thelittlemagpie.com) who look absolute babes in the baker boy style.

Wearing: Top, Zara (sale) - Trousers, Zara (sale) - Shoes, Primark - Hat, Peacocks - Bag, H! by Henry Holland (sale)

Loves. Emma.