Okay ladies, this one is for you. This post is a breakdown of four particular looks that I’ve been reaching out to this year, S/S 2020. As you can tell by the title it’s a ‘part one’ series and I’ll be doing a ‘part two’ with a special guest who will be doing a blog takeover for some styling inspiration for men. For now, join me in showing you four of my go-to looks. Enjoy!
Adding colour & print to my wardrobe has to be the hardest thing. I’m so particular with colours, patterns and prints on an item so trying to add those to my wardrobe is such a struggle but I’m slowly getting there. I came across this purple top and immediately fell in love with the sleeves (which is what I’ve been into lately) and just how it hugs across my chest area. A print top I recently got is surprisingly a leopard print one that I had to go back and look at a few times before actually getting it. It’s so pretty and I love the detailing on it – the sleeves, buttons and the loose but tight around the bottom feel.
The asymmetrical top. Where do I begin… I’ve been on a hunt for these for as long as S/S begun. I was gifted with a black piece and I got a white one too. Recently though, I got this one from Zara which is a beautiful olive toned top. I love it so much and know I definitely will be getting a lot of wear off these. I’m still trying out so many looks with all the asymmetrical tops I got so be on the lookout for more ways to style them. Also, how stunning are these denims? Check out ‘The Style Edit’ on these denim bottoms [ Read Here : The Style Edit – Denim ]
The ‘bandage’ top. So these are already on-trend since the summer begun but I’ve been seeing them on my timeline since last year and I was just too sceptical to get them and just thought ‘why not’. It’s honestly such a functional piece to own. For starters, I don’t wear bras so these are great to wear underneath clothing to hold the girls together and in place. Secondly, they pair well with EVERYTHING – denims, pants, skirts and even dresses to create character. It’s been my go-to look rocking these with pants and denim bottoms. I’m in love.
Oversized dress look has been my favourite for the longest time. I love this skirt so much (yes skirt) that I had to get it. I love making the most out of an item when I can. Making the most of the items functionality is so important to me. This skirt as an example is also great and works well as a dress and it’s minimal too so it’s a plus in my books.
Let’s chat! Which look is your favourite?