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Never Too Much Sunshine

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at London Met chapter.

With the slow but sure approach of sunshine in the dull and rainy life of Brits, pastels and neon’s have started to float about in the city, and I cannot emphasise the importance of bringing home those sunny yellows.  Almost every detail that we care to look out for whilst shopping has become very pastel and/or yellow.  Is it a bit too much, however? Never. 

It has never been this acceptable to welcome off – colour tones into our spring/summer wardrobes and now is the perfect time to chuck those winter blues as far as possible!

I couldn’t figure out where to begin so instead I decided to share a few of my funky coloured bits of shopping from the previous week.  An eye-catching, neon lime cami from Ted Baker is enough to cheer me up and I haven’t even worn it yet!  Combined with a plain white A-line skirt or even a casual pair of hot pants will be sure to put you in the limelight!

We all know very well that Adidas Originals never gets old.  Ever.  Especially with the sporty highlight of the season, with almost every ‘lady’ wearing trainers; I couldn’t have gone wrong with this fun choice; so I went yellow.  Remember:  Never too much sunshine!


Flared, midi and yellow; I already know that this skirt will be complimenting many of my summer outfits.  A slightly calmer and pastel tone of yellow, nevertheless Zara has once again been the store where the magic begins.  Wear with a striking red or fuchsia vest top; tucked in and away you go!

Last but certainly not least is baby Sally.  She is three months old, certainly not seasonal and by far the most useful.  Wherever I go, wearing a pastel outfit or not, she is always by my side and is there to add a little brightness to the game of technology.  So ladies, shine brighter than those sunrays and get your yellows rolling!

Hi!My name is Norresa Perucho and I am a 3rd year journalism student at London Metropolitan University, working part time as a receptionist at a health club in a 4* hotel in West London.I own my own blog known as rawpetiteness.wordpress.com and I am also a Campus Correspondent for U.S. based website known asHer Campus, in which I am the editor of the London Met page.My family are from The Philippines but I am a native English speaker which has helped me to further develop my passion in writing and journalism.I have journalism work experience at Gay Times, Women’s Health UK, Surrey Herald Newspapers and Fil-Event.com.I also have a 2 year experience as an event manager for a dance competition known as the, ‘FYF Dance Competition’ where I managed a group of volunteers, learnt about time management and the group work.I have also experience a security guard at the London Olympics 2012, Wimbledon site as an X-Ray Scanner, bag searcher and body searcher.I love going out to eat, shopping and watching films in the cinema. I also love summer beach holidays. I hate the cold, the rain and nearly all sorts of vegetables... well: onions, garlic, ginger, eww.  I also love the sound of my own voice!A selfie-fanatic, and busting dance moves in front of the mirror, I love to bring a smile to everyone’s faces.You’re most likely to find me stuffing my face with burgers and steaks!Contact me on: Norresaperucho@live.com & @rawpetiteness  HCXO