Styling in Seville

Emma here, a few weeks ago I headed to Seville for a shoot with a couple of photographer friends. It was my first time in the city and would definitely recommend it to anyone who hasn’t been - the food, the weather, the stunning architecture - all made for a great week of shooting (or visiting!)

Whilst there I took advantage of my travelling companions and got them to photograph my daily outfits so I could share some of the looks I’d worn and hopefully inspire you with some simple outfit ideas perfect for a summer city break.

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This lightweight shirt dress is great for keeping shoulders/arms covered in warmer climates.

Dress: Boohoo

Bag: Primark

Belt: HM

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Sticking to a colour palette is a great way to make a capsule wardrobe for your trip - it means you can mix and match all the pieces without having to worry about clashing colours.

Top: HM

Trousers: Uniqlo

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A wide brim hat is always high up on my packing list, I bought this one a few years ago in Rome.

Shirt: Velvet by Graham Spencer (sample sale)

Trousers: Boohoo

Bag: Everything5pounds

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This lightweight midi skirt is perfect for swooshing round a city - pair with a simple t-shirt or button down shirt.

Skirt: Monki

Shirt: HM

Bag: Primark

Sandals: ASOS

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This dress is a versatile addition to any holiday wardrobe - dress it down with flats during the day or add heels and accessories to elevate it for the evening. Bonus points for being able to layer it with a roll neck & tights when its chillier at home!

Dress: Boohoo

Shoes: Primark

Also if you’re interested in some of my recommendations from the trip; head to Jesters for the most amazing breakfast bowls and juices, lunch at the incredible El Pinton - they have the nicest staff, beautiful decor and great food and dinner at Le Grand Bistro - the tapas is incredible!

If you’re sight seeing get up early and visit Plaza de Espana before all the tourists arrive then head to Alcazar (for Game of Thrones fans you’ll recognise this as the Water Gardens of Dorne) the queues get pretty crazy so if you don’t fancy standing in line head to the beautiful Parque de Maria Luisa. Finally my favourite spot of the trip was the breathtaking Setas de Sevilla especially a sunset - you get the best views of the city.