pastel leopard print top | tk maxx | £20.00
pvc skirt | asos | oldish
bag | monki | £15.00
new balance trainers | asos | £70.00
This weekend me and my boyfriend headed to a trainer 'festival' which was on in Liverpool, I'm not usually one for trainers but I thought it sounded like something a bit different and actually turned out to be really good. Of course a trainer festival was the perfect place to wear my new trainers, they are the first pair I've bought since I was around thirteen, maybe even younger but I loved the pastel colours and knew I'd get quite a lot of wear out of them because I could style them with the clothes I already have. I went for the pastel leopard print as I thought it was quite nice with the pastel trainers and a simple white skirt to break it all up slightly.
Luckily it was a really beautiful day here in Liverpool on Saturday, and I can't believe how beautiful this wall was with all the illustrations on. After the trainer festival we headed down to the Albert Docks for some lunch, it was lovely with the sun shining. Lunch made me think how glad I was that I'd worn this PVC skirt after I got far to greedy eating a chocolate fondue, most of which ended up all over me.
I'm not sure if the Laces Out trainer festival was just a one off or if it's a regular thing but I really would recommend it, even if you just went for a little look around or for a treat for your boyfriend/ friend. Although they did have girls trainers for sale, the festival was aimed to males and had probably everything a boy could want on a sunny Saturday .. beer, a quirky barbers and a whole heap of trainers for sale and to swap, along with a DJ and a few independent stalls selling clothing too.
You can see the Facebook page here if you do fancy having a look.
I hope you're all well & enjoyed your weekend, whatever you got up to.