She and Home: Wells



I’ve been wanting to write a new outfit post for a while but, as you might have noticed, the weather has not been favourable to bloggers (or anyone for that matter) of late! Thankfully, the sun made a brief appearance last week and so I grabbed my camera and headed out to the lovely city of Wells for a mooch around their market and to take a hasty snap or two of some new bits that I have been coveting.


Eugh, look at those clouds! I told you it was a brief appearance!


Wells is an absolutely beautiful little city in Somerset, about a 30 minute drive from Bristol, and is one of my favourite places to escape to – especially on market day! Look at those cakes! Yum. For such a small place, it’s jam packed with history and there are so many beautiful places to explore. I love having a little wander around, taking in the gorgeous architecture, buying food from the market or just moseying down the little streets.



I knew this mint green satchel from ASOS and I were mean’t to be from the moment it hit the website. I just adore the scallop detailing and I love that it’s big enough to carry all of my stuff (including my big camera) around without it looking like too much of a cumbersome load. The pretty colour has also been totally perfect at complimenting my newly improved (and winter pastels friendly!) wardrobe. I think it looks so lovely when teamed with my mauve Topshop coat, even if I do say so myself! I have also been slightly obsessed with my lilac jumper from Bon Marche*. I pretty much wear it with everything now, from my pjs to (on this occasion) my pink Topshop prom dress. It’s just SO comfy and, importantly for me, it has lovely long arms! It also washes like a dream and never requires any ironing. Amazing.  After seeing so many pairs of white tights on the catwalk at London Fashion Week, I decided to dig mine out and am quite pleased with the results!  I might also start holding a bag in front of my face in all photos now.

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