A set of rainy days has hit the town I live in at the moment, and it's really making me realise that summer is going to be gone sooner rather than later. With this odd, transitional weather starting to hit, it can be hard to pick what to wear when it's not freezing out, but also not warm enough to be walking around in shorts and a t-shirt. The best way to help yourself during these days is to have what I like to call a 'cooling factor'; something that can be removed that helps you to cool down when it gets to much.

In this outfit, I've popped the cooling factor up the top. Pairing this mustard tube top from Zaful (I'm loving this colour at the moment) with this cropped, denim jacket also from Zaful, gives me the option to have arms and shoulders out if it's getting to hot, or pop the jacket on if it's getting to cold. Speaking of the jacket, can we just take a minute to appreciate how awesome it is. The cropped length paired with the distressing and beautiful embroidered pattern made it one of those pieces I just knew I had to have as soon as I saw it. Also the mustard and denim combo helps to keep the summer vibes alive.

I've paired it with these pants from Valleygirl (the stuff they have sometimes really surprises me), which I originally brought with the sole intention of wearing to work, but the paperbag waist actually makes them a really trendy piece to pair with more casual outfits. They're quite loose and super comfy, and the big waist makes them perfect to pair with a belt. This pair actually came with its own belt, but I decided to switch it out and pop on this Western style belt from Zaful that you know I'm always wearing with everything.

I've also got a few little jewellery pieces. This layered necklace from Zaful is the perfect length that I've been looking for lately. I have so many really long necklaces that just don't always go with everything. I also normally don't reach for gold pieces but for some reason I've been loving the gold look of this. I've also got this pair of super cool, long cross earrings from Zaful, which just screamed my name as soon as I saw them. They're long but the design isn't super obnoxious which makes them super wearable and easy to use as that one accessory that can help jazz up any outfit.

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