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Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Simply Beach White Daisy Kaftan

 (Apologies for the mirror shots and the mess on the bed!)
A couple of weeks ago I entered a competition on Twitter where all you had to do was follow Simply Beach and tweet them a link to your favourite item on their website. 
Simply Beach are an online company that sell amazing beachwear, swimwear, underwear and even menswear. I was already following them so next I had to find something I would like the chance of winning, this was the hard part. After searching the website, I decided on this gorgeous Field Of Dasies Kaftan in White. I've always liked kaftans/cover ups and thought this looked a bit different and would look amazing with a tan.
So when I got a tweet last week saying I had won I was very excited indeed.
"The Field Of Daisies Kaftan from Seafolly lets you show off your brand new bikini with its loose weave floral design. This cover up gives you a hint of coverage for when you are taking a walk along the beach."
This is such a gorgeous cover up. It is 100% cotton and feels very comfortable on the skin. The daisy print is too cute and will look amazing with a tan. I also think you could wear this over the top of a bandeau top and slightly tucked into denim shorts. Sadly I'm not going on holiday this year but I will save it for Florida next year!
This gorgeous kaftan is currently in the sale at £45.38 and comes in White and Lime.

Simply Beach - Website | Twitter | Facebook

What's your opinion on cover ups and kaftans?

Emily x 

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  1. Gorgeous Kaftan, I love beach coverups they're perfect for walking too and from the beach and around the pool

    Jade x
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