The Going Out Top
If you’re looking for a top that stands-out without being overtly dressed up, look to this satin number for just the right amount of effort. Bat wing sleeves offer an effortless, drapey effect that looks great tucked into jeans.
The Organza Dress
Embrace the fluidity of organza with this tie-waisted dress and exaggerated sleeve. Team with delicate heels and a mini bag for a feminine feel.
The Pink Blazer
Matched with tailored trousers or dressed down with jeans, a pink blazer is a wardrobe staple that’s versatile enough for both work and weekends. Gold button detail on this GANT number adds another layer of luxe.
The Floral Midi Skirt
Update your midi skirt for the new season with a pretty floral print. Pair with an oversized blazer, headband and strappy heels for a chic transitional look.
The Striped Knit
If you live in Blighty, knitwear will always have a place in your wardrobe, whatever the season. Throw on Anine Bing’s striped delight with light wash jeans and accessorize with delicate gold jewellery.
The Broderie Dress
For a bolder take on your usual white broderie, choose this maximal-sleeved yellow number instead. Pair with chunky sandals or clean white trainers like Emili for a laidback city vibe.
The Boyfriend Stripe Shirt
Oversized is the way to go when it comes to pinstripe shirts. Avoid raiding your partner’s wardrobe with this relaxed Arket shirt. Team with white denim or a pleated skirt like Brittany.
The Bow Slingbacks
From weddings to summer parties, these cutesy bow-detail sling backs make the perfect accompaniment to light maxi dresses, while the kitten heel makes them comfortable enough for all-day wear.
The Ruffle Blouse
If you buy one white blouse this season, Pixie Market’s babydoll offering is a great choice – its romantic ruffles and giant sleeves will work perfectly with black jeans.
The Modern Hoops
Melissa Araujo’s oversized earrings offer a contemporary take on the classic hoop, featuring drop pearl detail that adds a modern twist.
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