What to Wear for an Evening in Nice

The final holiday destination of my summer and I found myself in Nice. I’ve been wanting to visit the French Riviera for so long and Nice seemed the perfect place to stay. Not as expensive as its more famous counterparts, it was a stunning location to have as a base before exploring other parts of the coast.

But let’s get down to the real business. The outfits. The colour scheme for my wardrobe this holiday (of course there was a colour scheme) was blues, whites and ochre. I know, blue and white stripes for the Cote D’Azur, shock, but I honestly think it’s such a classic combination to go for if your stuck for ideas. Throw on a blue striped shirt, a pair of white shorts and some tan sandals and you’re rocking Riviera chic. It’s that simple.

However, what do you wear for an evening in Nice? Yes you could continue with the classic blues and whites, but since I’ve been obsessing over ochre all summer (perfect example here), I wanted to continue the theme through to my final holiday of the year and shake up my evening outfit. Sticking to ochre was super easy with my Nice wardrobe choices as nothing compliments blue and white more than a splash of mustard.

Floaty dresses and skirts will be your best friends in Nice. Keeping you cool yet chic, they’re the perfect pieces for the evening, especially in the hot months of July and August. This dress was actually an amazing find on a Spanish market. Markets are the perfect way to find hidden gems especially if, like me, you love to find original pieces that you know no-one else will be wearing when you get home. As much as I love my high-street favourites, there’s nothing more frustrating than going out and seeing someone wearing your exact jacket at the exact same time as you.

My accessories were very similar to those in my The Little White Dress post, including those gorgeous ochre sandals (which are now on sale by the way!). However I also featured this stunning wooden cross body bag from Zara. The wooden accents complimented the ochre tones so well and really added to that Riviera feel.

For an evening filled with escargots, exploring and more eating, this outfit was perfect for feeling floaty and free (and hiding any bloating!).



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New In My Wardrobe

Yellow Poplin Shirt
Sage Trench Coat
Tan Sandals
Beige Marble Co-Ord
Leather Platform Mules
Weekend Collective Boxy White T-Shirt
Chocolate Brown Croc 90s Shoulder Bag
Ecru Straight Leg High Rise Jeans
Wilma Check Shirt
Cotton Stripe Shirt
Black Ribbed T-Shirt
Wide High Jeans
Leather Chelsea Boots
White Boxy Organic Cotton T-Shirt
Black Boxy Organic Cotton T-Shirt
Twisted Sphere Ring
Blue Gingham Mini Dress
Tie Cardigan
Blue Collar Sweater
Green Fleece Sweater
Pink Cotton Crop Top
Green Shoulder Bag
Beige Shoulder Bag
White Knitted Cardigan
Blue Waffle Texture Joggers
White Chiffon Cold Shoulder Corset
Pastel Colourblock Denim Shirt
Grey Tailored Cropped Blazer
Ribbed Cardigan
Bleach Editor Jeans
Marianne 2.0 Leather Jacket
Moonstone Fiji Bud Gemstone Pendant Charm
Green Onyx Fiji Bud Gemstone Pendant Charm
Fine Beaded 21″ – 24″ Chain
Voluminous Puff Sleeve Mini Dress
Camel Supersoft Clutch
Chunky Chain Link Bracelet
Black Floral Print Mini Dress With Gold Foil Spots
Almond Oversized Jogger
Sunflower Print Crop Top
Grey 90s Oversized Joggers
Vita Necklace
Stone Teddy Borg Cycle Shorts
Teddy Borg Long Sleeve Crop Top
Silver Sequin Bralet Top
Beige Fedora Hat
Black Faux Leather Chunky Boots
Reeya Black Patterned Tights
Black Sequin Bralet
Pearl Double Ring Drop Earrings
Starfish Chain Bracelet Gold
Lemon Print Linen-Blend Dress
Peach Structured Knitted Bralet
White Poplin Smock Dress
Stacked T Bar Necklace
Sand Raw Hem Straight Jeans
Linen Blend Jumpsuit
Grey Jersey Double Strap Crop Top
Oversized Corduroy Shirt
Oversized Wool Blend Sweater
Oversized Alpaca Blend Coat
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