In this post we visited The Sultan Ahmed Mosque also known as the Blue Mosque. It's nickname 'The Blue Mosque' comes from the blue tiles adorning the walls in the interior. Before entering the mosque, we had to put on a headscarf and take off our shoes. Once we had made our way into the mosque, the view was absolutely breath taking. The tiling design in the interior was beautiful and it was something you wouldn't come across often.
Dungarees have been the height of fashion this summer, which have been seen on many celebrities on both sides of the pond. They have been seen in array of colours, lengths and styles. Dungarees are great because they are comfy and can be warn both casually and smartly. As purple is my favourite colour, as soon as I saw these purple dungarees on ASOS (which were also in the sale too for £16) I just had to have them. I decided to wear a plain white t-shirt underneath my dungarees as in Istanbul it is respectable to have shoulders covered. When wearing this outfit at home, I often opt for a vest top rather than t-shirt underneath. To match my white top, I wore my white Vans trainers. Lastly, to complete the outfit, decided to take my red handbag to keep the outfit colourful as well as colour blocking.