Modern Staples & Relaxed Tailoring
To Investment Bags & Spring Dresses
With a new season and new easing of lockdown on the cards, there’s a real opportunity to switch things up a gear in the wardrobe department. I don’t know about you but all this excitement is making me want to curate a wardrobe that’s my best yet! This year I want my Spring wardrobe to be more fun and creative than ever before – all the while being kind on the purse. After all, we’re still at the back end of a pandemic. In a bid to be more sustainable, I’ve got my eye on some great pieces that will truly stand the test of time.
I’ve said in my other posts that investing in one or two great pieces that not only wash well but are made well will mean less time throwing away and damaging our planet. I love a stand out top, dress or coat that can really elevate a reliable selection of basics. The Outnet is a great place to shop because they’ve over 350 designer brands at great prices. It’s usually my go-to for those keep forever investment pieces. From Balmain sleeveless T-shirt’s to Loveshackfancy dresses, here’s an edit of some greats pieces from 6 of my favourite brands available right now at The Outnet.
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This jacquard-knit bodysuit is open at the back, perfect for tanning in the late hazy days. Wear under blazers, cardigans, under sheer dresses or with wide trousers.
This fun cobalt blue disc bag features the iconic ‘B’ logo and a pretty decorative gold chain. Perfect with a mono outfit or try some clever colour blocking with a pale blue shirt and jeans.
Cable Knit Jumper
One of my favourite Spring staples, this cable knit looks great over a white shirt or with a pair of shorts.
I’m really into corduroy in the Spring because it’s such a great versatile fabric. This coat is lined with faux shearling to keep you extra warm too.
Striped Jacquard Shirt
A fresh blue shirt is the perfect place to start with each Spring new wardrobe. This cotton blend shirt washes really well, keeping your outfit looking luxe for longer.
I love how skirts give a fresh and update look in any wardrobe. This cotton stretch skirt is the perfect shade for Spring.
You might remember the dress version of this gorgeous wrap blouse that I wore last Spring on Instagram. I love the blouse with cream wide leg trousers.
Bring back the 90’s with this beautiful knotted coated woven mini dress. Wear over a white roll neck jumper and accessorise with a nylon Prada mini bag.
Poplin Shirt Dress
I love a statement dress and this gathered printed cotton-poplin mini shirt dress in the classic Ganni shape is perfect for Spring.
Fluted Poplin Shirt
The classic white shirt has been reinvented with this beautiful button down poplin shirt. I love the fluted cuff detail. Accessorise with a stunning gold statement ring,
Wide Leg Trousers
Wide leg trousers are going to be huge this season and so with a whopping £900 off on these houndstooth wool and silk-blend wide-leg pants it’d be rude not to.
A bubblegum pink is usually a hue that’s in demand in Spring. Make your look stand out by toughening it up with hardware and some black accessories.
Floral Ruffle Skirt
Spring colour blocking at its finest with this asymmetric ruffled floral-print silk-georgette skirt. Wear with a crisp white shirt and slides or a vest and a long cardigan.
Silk/Satin Midi Dress
This lace-trimmed floral-print silk-satin midi dress looks great paired with a lightweight camel trench coat and slides.
I love ruffles when we get a hint of warm weather. There’s 70% off this lace-trimmed ruffled striped cotton-gauze top.
Brushed Felt Coat
With 45% off this camel coat is the perfect Spring investment. The black belt gives it that added touch of luxury, making it unlike anything else on the high street,
Add comfort and texture to your look with these gorgeous leather, mesh and suede trainers.
Take your white shirt collection up a notch with this beautiful crepe shirt and detachable black neck tie. The tie can double up as a cute hair accessory too.