ASOS (who also happen to do a lot of their swimwear in a size 4 which is ideal for petite girls not wanting to flash the entire beach at any given movement). Be warned though- you may end up with some very strange tan lines as I did after a 2 hour surf lesson!
I call this my "practical sightseeing without looking like a tourist" look. How amazing are these shorts from Gudrun Sjoden which also happen to be super comfortable as I found out during my day of exploring the rice paddies in the heart of Bali. I have also been obsessed with eternally chic Jeanne Damas for a while who has created her own label Rouje, basically encapsulating the look of that effortlessly chic French girl we all want to be. My budget hasn't quite stretched to one of her wrap dresses but this logo tee was the perfect finishing touch to this outfit. The bag was a Topshop bargain find at £20 and was my to-go-to bag for the entire trip, fitting in my big camera like a dream!
I did a lot of amazing exercising whilst in Bali (including the best yoga lesson of my life but more on that in my proper Bali guide) so I basically lived in these super flattering work out leggings from P.E Nation who specialise in making stylish and colourful work out gear.
This Zara jumpsuit is yearrrrs old and was first worn on a work trip to Paris. I actually even had it shortened for the occasion which was, in retrospect ,definitely worth it when I discovered this timeless piece at the back of my wardrobe during a recent clear out. The shoes worn here also deserve a special mention. I am a big fan of any red and pink combo and these were a total bargain at under £25 from Zara!