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Thursday, 4 August 2016

Summer Edit | Mid-Summer Sales



You've got until the 22nd September until it's officially the end of Summer so don't pack away your sandals and light-weight fabrics just because your holiday is over. Mid-season sales are the perfect time to purchase your favourite SS16 trends and some new bits for next season.

Summer Trends:
Denim is nothing new but this season has focused on the distressed version. River Island have hit this trend perfectly with their patchwork mini skirt, mixing dark indigo, pale blue and embroidered grey.
Mary Jane's slowly creaped into our counciousness after they become the 'blogger must-have' in May. If you missed the signs, don't worry! You can still get involved by snapping up Topshop's pair. Be quick!
A by-product of the 90s + PJ trend was the layered cami. Go for a feminine option with Zara's blush lace underneath a silk cami vest.

Looking to Autumn: 
Pink will become a great way to add some colour to your wardrobe in the duller winter months. Drape Reiss' Mac over your shoulders with a black funnel neck jumper underneath for instant chic.
Speaking of knitwear, snap up Jaeger's wool jumper for a touch of luxury in the colder months. The sloughy silhouette means it's as equally perfect for a Sunday morning as it is for a Monday morning meeting.
The 'half moon' bag was the accessory of choice for Victoria Beckham's SS16 fashion show and it is going to gain even more momentum in A/W16. Invest properly with Whistle's version.


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4 comments:

  1. Love all the pieces!I ouje that kind if shape in the bags and i really want to try out the pjs trend!I'm looking at the moment a shirt in that style,like the classic pjs shirt!
    I'm so looking forward to Autumn and pop on some pink pieces ^_^

    xx Aphrodite ~ BubblyBeauty

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  2. Great picks! I'm totally in love with this jumpsuit xx


    Tajaljeh // https://lifeastajaljeh.blogspot.si/

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