Greece Lookbook.

As some of you may know, I’ve recently been on a Study Trip to Greece for 2 weeks. I took very little with me in terms of clothing, so I thought I would share with you some of the looks and outfits I managed to pull together – particularly the ones which I liked the most. So here are some of my favourite looks from my trip. I hope you enjoy and don’t forget to let me know what you think in the comments below.

On our first big day of the trip, I wanted to wear something light and cool and something that I would be comfortable in all day. So I paired together this grey top from Hollister, which I love, and these jean shorts from Top Shop. I love this top so much. It’s super light and airy, and its really easy to wear with everything. On the front it says ‘I am starlight’ while on the back it says ‘and lighting!’ which I love. Honestly I think this top is probably my favourite summer top of all time at the moment. It was so easy to travel with because its so light, so its easy to put in a backpack just in case you want something to change into. I believe I got it in the sale as well and I just fell straight in love with it. I’m not sure if Hollister still stocks this, as I bought it quite a while ago, but I know they do similar tops in the summer season. These shorts are from TopShop and I got them this season, so they’re definitely in stock. I loved shorts so much too! I had worn them with pretty much everything by the end of the trip. They are super comfy and they just look great with pretty much everything, so they were just perfect!

Top; Hollister – £14 (Sorry its no longer stocked)

Shorts; Top Shop – £35

The next couple of days were a little cooler so I took to wearing my precious hippy trousers, for some extra warmth, with my hoodie tied around my waist just incase I’d need it. I often switch between putting it on and taking it off, as even though it was weirdly cold somedays the AC was on everywhere! Especially in all the museums. To be honest though, this particular look was one of my favourites. I wore it so much, including on the day trip to Thebes. In Thebes I wore my long black hippy trousers, with an old white ‘Once Upon A Time’ t-shirt and my SuperDry hoodie. My shoes are some super comfy bluesy-purple Sketchers. They have this memory foam sole which makes them perfect fo days of walking, and they’re also super airy so they were really easy to were without socks once my socks ran out…

Top; It was a gift, so I don’t know where it came from, but i think it was from Amazon.

Trousers; Primark – £7

Hoodie; Superdry – £59.99

Shoes; Sketchers – £64

This was probably one of my favourite outfits from the whole trip. This was the outfit I tried on in the shop and adored from the start. It was a bit of an impulse buy, but I love it. The pale blue body suit is the first one I’ve ever owned and its actually so comfortable! I was really worried that it would feel tight or restricting, but its actually really convent. I always tuck in my clothes anyway, so this was just perfect. Plus I love how it looks with these shorts. I bought them both from TopShop and I kinda have to blame Jenny for telling how good they look for me buying them. This was the only day I wore both together, since this was the only day we weren’t walking around ancient site and were relaxing in the countryside instead. I wore my navy blue Bralette under neither the bodysuit, though I would have liked to have a white version, but I didn’t have time to find one before I left, with the high waisted shorts over the top. And I love it!

Bodysuit: Topshop – £19

Bralette; Hollister – £14 (Out of stock but I’ve linked a similar)

This has got to be one of the softest tops in the world! I got this burgundy Jack Wills tee on my Liverpool weekend trip away and honestly it was one of my favourite tops on this trip. It’s super soft and light, and the colour goes with almost all my clothes, but it was also a real pain to dress. Though the top is really lovely, its cropped to a weird length, so it didn’t quite go with all my high waisted stuff but it also didn’t quite tuck in well. I had to try really hard to get it right. Luckily these shorts were just the right height and I managed to tuck it in nicely which worked for me. Ideally I think it would go better with some jeans , but I’m still happy.

Top; Jack Wills – £14 (Bought from an outlet)

Shorts; Primark – £4

This was one of my go tops when it got a bit chillier, a zip up hoodie. I took two with me on the trip just in case one got dirty and it got cold in the evenings. I ended up using them quite a bit overall, so I’m really glad I had the forethought to bring them, as they were bulky and took up a lot of extra weight. If you’re looking for this particular hoodie, I’m afraid you’ll be disappointed as this one is particularly old, but Hollister are always selling new hoodies and I’m sure you can find something similar in-store or on their website.

Hoodie; Hollister – £45 (similar)

My next outfit involved my £4 black Primark shorts, my halter Bralette and this beautiful stripy SuperDry top. This top is again from a previous season and I don’t think they stock these exact ones anymore, but I’m sure you can still find them on DPOP or something similar. I should also mention my sunglasses at this point since I was wearing them literally everyday. They’re from River Island and are now blessed by the gods. See I dropped them into an inaccessible ancient site in Thebes, where man hadn’t walked in many years. Yeah, I know, well done Hana! Don’t worry I did get them back, but it took a lot of persuading and apologising…

Top; Superdry – £14.99 (No longer sold)

Sunglasses; River Island – £14

We only went to the beach once, but that was enough of an opportunity to break out the swimming costume! I was so excited to get into the sea to swim I forgot to get photos before, so instead you get my semi wet hair 😉 I love this swimming costume! I bought it last summer, completely on a whim and its amazing! Though from the front it look like a one piece, from the back it looks like a two piece, with the top literally being a mass of straps. Sorry I forgot to get a photo of that, but you can see the costume in full here. I’ve taken photos of the back in my packing post if you’re curious; you can see that here.

Swimsuit; Abercrombie and Fitch – £58

Somehow we’ve reached my final outfit. To be honest this outfit is a bit of a mash up of bits form other outfits you’ve already seen. The Once Upon a Time top with the Topshop shorts and my River Island sunglasses. I wore this outfits to one of my favourite sites of all time, Nemea, and maybe that why it sits so well with me. But this got me 5 miles from the ancient site all the way to the modern town in less than an hour. I love it.

I should probably say at this point that this wasn’t all I wore for two weeks straight, in fact I had loads more clothes that you haven’t seen here. These were just my favourite outfits put together. I hope you enjoyed the post, please let me know what you think down below in the comments.

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    • lifeaccordingtous
      May 3, 2018 / 14:38

      Thank you so much xx

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