Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Here comes summer

Oh hello sun, glad you could make it. You've had me worried. So, finally it's time for a summer clothes blog post. I've always found the most stylish and comfortable hot weather outfit to be a dress with flat, strappy sandals. Pair with a jacket for work, or a light-weight knit for play. 

For evening, the selection of maxi skirts out there makes your going-out option a no brainer. A long, following maxi skirt with a simple silk vest and flat sandals makes your evening option so simple. Keep prints to a minimum but pile on the jewellery to add interest. If you need a jacket, it's time to dig out your denim jacket from the 1990's which is the ideal partner if you're wearing a bold, solid colour.

Another favoured look is a pair of smart, tailored shorts worn with an unstructured shirt. Choose natural fibres (avoiding linen) to keep your look casual, but not crumpled. 

Add a bold bright nail varnish, and you're ready to go.




Clockwise from top left:
Combined silk bib front blouse, £59.99 Zara; Tie dye print shirt, £29.99 Zara; Checked sundress, £42 by Dickins & Jones; Silk drape dress, £65 Oasis; Tippi sweater in linen, £60.91 J.Crew (also in navy & white linen stripe, £46.20 J.Crew); Pleat front shorts, £49 Cos; Silk vest top, £45 French Connection; Naveen printed maxi skirt, £139 Reiss; Water colour midi dress, £46 Topshop; Patent cross-strap sandals, £26 Next; Columbia cross-strap tan/snake sandal, £35 Office; Navy cotton dress with pintucks, £69 Cos; Shirred maxi skirt, £124.39 J. Crew

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