We had a chat with our team of stylist experts to answer all of those fashion questions that baffle the best of us!
What would you recommend for dressing formally in the day time?
Why not try one of this seasons’ ’50s inspired floral print dresses such as the Katie Mesh Neck Dress. This is a simple yet sophisticated silhouette in a stunning pastel print, perfect for formal day wear.
I have some leather-look high waisted hot pants that I’m totally at a loss of what to wear with! Any ideas?
These are the perfect wardrobe staple that will take you right through the year. One of our style icons, Alexa Chung teams hers with a classic white shirt to create a stylish take on this season’s Boy/ Girl trend. Try teaming yours with the Zara Anchor Print Tie Neck Shirt or the Amelie Triple Collar Sleeveless Shirt.
How do I get more colour into my wadrobe without feeling like a child’s drawing? I really want to wear less black but I’m too comfortable in it now!
This season, it’s all about colour from sorbet pastels right through to neon brights. Stripes, polka dots and floral prints are also massively on trend for spring and are an easy way to introduce that flash of colour into your wardrobe. Try teaming one of our great new printed tops such as the Lacey or Sammy with your favourite denims.
I have brown chinos and nothing in my wardrobe matches…any ideas?
This season lovely pastel colour pack of apricots, blush and mints are perfect to be worn with a classic chino. Reinvent the chino by teaming with a pastel blouse and chic boucle jacket to create a perfect ladylike look.
Could you offer some more ideas on work wear please?
It is a great season for separates which are great for work as they can be mixed and matched to create a new look daily. Fashion doesn’t have to be just for the weekend. Take your classic pencil skirt and update the look with some of this seasons’ great new blouse shapes and prints. One of the ones we love and are wearing around the office is the Connie Open Back Shirt..
What’s your fashion guilty pleasure?
Where do you source your inspiration?
Extensive research in both the UK and all the other fashion capitals!
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