They are a closet classic but people sometimes probably wonder if you need to to surgically remove them they see you wearing them that often. That’s fine because we know how comfortable they are but it’s the shoes you wear with them thats matters. Most footwear goes with a skinny silhouette, but it’s the colour of the denim and the footwear you choose that makes or breaks the outfit.
Just when you thought animal print was going out of fashion, the wild print is back and it’s here to stay. But this time it’s not just leopard print that’s available. Recently other animal prints have started to infiltrate the high street, and designers have looked towards other prints like snake print, tiger stripes and even cow print. The beauty of animal prints is that, they can be mixed and matched with any outfits.
When you think about adding something a bit extra to an outfit, you think sequins, glitter, studs. The last thing you think of is the humble blazer. Especially when it’s in a vibrant shade like cerise, lilac or coral. The blazer is a wardrobe classic that most ladies will have in their wardrobes but unfortunately they tend to mostly be in muted tones like black or grey. Adding a pop of colour could elevate the outfit to the next level. We’d recommend ice cream hues such as lilac, lemon or baby pink to make your blazer a full on Summer masterpiece.
There’s something about the sunshine that makes even the most monotone dressing person want to throw some vibrant colours into their wardrobes. Whether it’s the peaking temperatures or too much sun, we’re suddenly inspired to wear vibrant ditsy prints, colourful one piece bodysuits and yes, denim in pastel shades. It makes a welcomed change to everyday blue denim. Don’t get us wrong you can’t mess with the classics and the blue jean is one of them but when the sun is shining and temps are up an big splash of colour in anyone’s fashion repertoire is welcomed with open arms. I like to think of it as feel good fashion.
The maxi dress…it has become a firm wardrobe classic for people in every fashion circle. Petite, slim, hourglass figure it doesn’t matter. The maxi dress is a closet mainstay for most women. You probably think you know all there is to know about the classic piece but that’s where you’re wrong. The big hitters of the fashion world have given us some great tips to help style the maxi dress all year round. In winter, we were wearing ours over knitted polo neck jumpers and high waisted mom jeans and pairing them with shearling jackets, but now that spring has arrived (and summer not far behind it), there’s plenty of new ways to wear your maxi dress this season
Retro floral prints that you’d find on your Grandma’s old curtains from the 70’s isn’t what you expect some of the biggest designers of today to find inspo. But as the past has taught us fashion can take inspiration from anywhere. If the big designers of the fashion world used the bottom of a builders boot as a print it would be huge all over the high street, which shows how influential they are. Maybe the most famous designers have had been hit with a sense of nostalgia and used memories of their grannies house decor to inspire this new trend we’re seeing more and more of.