Personal style // Tartan in Springtime

Personal style // Tartan in Springtime
The tartan scarf by Natbeesfashion, UK fashion blogger
wearing: scarf-c/o Oasap (last seen here), skirt-Primark, top-Gap, shoes-New Look, bag-c/o Oasap

The tartan scarf by Natbeesfashion, UK fashion blogger
Tartan is typically confused as a fall outfit statement but I think it works all year around if paired appropriately. I wore this red tartan scarf-that I had forgotten in a friend’s house and I am so happy to have it back-last week during afternoon tea in Steven’s garden. I love how soft and rich it is; it keeps me warm and covers all my upper body like a blanket, plus it has my favourite colour combo!
The tartan scarf by Natbeesfashion, UK fashion blogger
I paired it with my black and white skirt and black quilted look-a-like Chanel bag. Speaking of which….I wish it was a real one!
The tartan scarf by Natbeesfashion, UK fashion blogger
The tartan scarf by Natbeesfashion, UK fashion blogger
The tartan scarf by Natbeesfashion, UK fashion blogger
In other news, me and Steven are heading in York. He texted me this morning saying
-meet me at the train station at 12.
I rushed to do my luggage thinking
-where are we going?
-is it going to be warm?
-what shall I pack with me?
and other related questions until I decided to get two comfortable outfits and a night-out, just in case!
When I met him at the train station he revealed the location and I thought BINGO!

Now we are about to arrive and I am so excited to be back. The weather looks absolutely fantastic and I am ready for another weekend adventure. Happy first of May everyone 🙂

Love,
Anastasia

P.S: If you have any good recommendations for York, please let us know 🙂

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Anastasia is a Greek in Scotland via England! She’s passionate about life in Aberdeen, exploring new places and petting dogs. When not working she runs Natbee’s and enjoys countryside walks with her puppy Cruz.

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