7 Outfits I wore in Mykonos

Items gifted in this post are marked with a *

If you follow me on social media (if not, feel free to head over and do it now) you’ll have clocked that I’ve recently been on holiday to Mykonos. Last week I shared one of activities I enjoyed there, this week I’m giving a little roundup of a selection of my vacay outfits (there were more than this, but I spent a solid 90% of the time looking like a hot sweaty mess so couldn’t get any more pictures). Enjoy!

Out Of Office mode: activated

Jumpsuit, New Look (Sold out)

Heading on holiday and set for a day of travelling, I wanted to wear something bright but comfortable. I have a few of these soft culottes jumpsuits fro NL and wear them all the time out of work, and this one felt the most holiday (it’s been on my Instagram feed before). The only downside of this look is that I was wearing a new bra that put my boobs where they’re supposed to be, and it lead to me nearly popping out for the entire day…oops!

JC the explorer

T-shirt*, Truffle Shuffle / Shorts, Boohoo / Sliders, Adidas

for my first full day exploring I wanted to be comfortable, so I went for an entirely light material outfit. The shorts I’ve had since last year in Santorini and found them great for walking around in the heat (a bit easier than denim shorts which are rougher and could be uncomfortable) so figured they’d be a good shout, and paired them with this adorable yet funky Stitch t-shirt (you can see the print better on the second pic). The t-shirt also has a front knot as a design feature which meant there was no need for tucking in (less bulky and more ventilation) and that created an nice line break between the pieces. Footwear was a simple choice – plain black, good grip and comfortable to wear, they are my holiday hero item.

Blending in with the scenery

Dress, Dorothy Perkins / Sandals, Next (Same style different colour here)

Cards on the table with this one – I was on the DP website browsing for holiday dresses, saw this and thought “oooh, that’ll look really nice in a ‘gram pic with the flowers” and I was right! It’s jersey material so lightweight, I often gravitate towards skater and Bardot styles as I feel they’re most comfortable and flattering. The sandals were a birthday gift from my mum to stop me stealing her pair – they’re woven with pink/green/blue/tan pieces and were a perfect match as well as being super comfy. I also had a natural colour Topshop basket bag over my shoulder (the one everyone lost their minds over in 2018 and an item I used every single day)

Always room for a versatile jumpsuit

Jumpsuit, ASOS / Sliders, Adidas / Sunglasses, Noughts and Kisses

jumpsuits are definitely my jam for a bit of a lazy styling opportunity – I wore this one a couple of times for a daytime boat trip (dressed down with sliders, shades and hair up) and out for dinner (dressed up with heels, handbag and red lippy)

Florals, florals and more more floralsDress, Dorothy Perkins / Sunglasses, ASOS

This is what I wore when I visited the Vioma vineyard from my last post. I didn’t want to go completely casual but also didn’t want to dress up as it was very hot. This dress is light jersey so was very comfy and has the skater shape I like, it also reminded me of the patchwork Topshop dress that’s sold out everywhere but would mean I could wear a bra (the Topshop one has an open back). I’ve also had this dress in a black Daisy print for a while, which I adore.

Be more Greece?

Jumpsuit, ASOS (also available in Curve and Petite) / Shoes, Dorothy Perkins (Similar here) / Sunglasses, ASOS

another cards on the table look; spotted browsing on ASOS I thought “wow, this is like Greece in an outfit, think how cool it’d look in photos!”. I was definitely right, however getting a good photo proved problematic so this was the only one close to making the cut. Immediately after this I marched down the path behind me to get some shots on the white stones near a blue door, unfortunately I was hit by an errant wave en route which put paid to my mission.

Travel home

T-shirt*, Truffle Shuffle / Skirt, Dorothy Perkins (Similar here) / Sliders, Adidas / Sunglasses, Boohoo

I wasn’t sure what weather was going to be like in the UK (it had been warm and sunny, but it’s been so erratic lately that could’ve changed) and still wanted to be comfy for travel, so I kept it simple with a denim skirt and tee combo. The slogan above Dumbo reads ‘don’t just fly, soar’ which felt appropriate for taking a plane trip!

Hope you enjoyed having a nosey and getting some outfit inspo for any sunny trips you have coming up.

Thanks for reading,

J xx

4 thoughts on “7 Outfits I wore in Mykonos

  1. Hi Jenny, I am reaching you here in the comments because, for some reason, the email bounced back. If you are open to collaborations I’d love to hear from you. It would be awesome if you could get in touch with me directly at olivia@blogerize.com and I can give you some details of what I have in mind. Thanks! 🙂

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