Scarf: PALM Swim
Necklace: eManco* (Get it here)
Open marble cuff: eManco*(Get it here)
Marble cuff with stone trio: eManco* (Get it here)
Marble ring: eManco* (Get it here)
Blue stone ring:eManco* (Get it here)
Sunglasses: Tory Burch (Get it here)
Heels: Schutz (Similar here)
Breezy beach days and trapeze dresses may not go hand in hand for some, but with this dress, it's a total exception. The over-sized cut and classy length ensures that any sudden gusts aren't met with a Marilyn Monroe style flash, and, believe me, none of the beach go-ers were craving that cheeky glimpse of my behind! (At least I hope)
As you know, I am a self-confessed fake tan addict, and I probably use as much product as half the cast of bloomin' Geordie Shore. But, it's all about the application process; this ensures that you look more Daisy Duke and less Donald Trump. But I'm going off on a tan-gent.... this nude-tone is perfect for showcasing a faux sun-kissed glow. When shopping for your own nude toned dress, I suggest trying out slightly different shades to see which is that perfect fit to your skin tone.
I topped off the look with an overdose of stone jewellery from online retailer eManco*. I have a total obsession with anything marble at the moment, so this cuff duo and ring really gave me literal heart eyes. I mixed in some blue stones for a mix and match vibe and brought out the blue a little bit more with my printed clutch. When styling a nude dress, I think it's important to bring out little pops of color to stop it looking too washed out. Plus; these turquoise tones were totally made for days next to the sea.
If you saw my post 'Pastels in paradise', you would have seen my cheeky DIY choker hack. I've tied this scarf like a choker too, as lashings of jewellery isn't enough accessories for Rach! Over accessorizing say whaaaat? Don't think that term exists when it comes to my style!!!
P.S. I have a fake tan FAQ post in the pipeline. Got any fake tan mishaps or questions? Pop them in the comments below and I shall answer!