It’s Ladies Day tomorrow at Epsom racecourse which got me thinking about what to wear! There are loads of beautiful dresses out there at the moment, plenty to pick from. The three trends I am loving this summer are the one shouldered dresses, printed maxis and brights. Here are my top dresses from the high street…
Watch this space for what we wear at the races tomorrow!
1. Warehouse £70 | 2. Topshop £42 | 3. Oasis £70 | 4. Zara £29.99 | 5. Coast £155 | 6. Urban Outfitters £99 | 7. Warehouse £85 | 8. Topshop £50 | 9. Miss Selfridge £30 | 10. Aldo £80 | 11. Warehouse £16 | 12. Accessorize £8 | 13. Topshop £40 | 14. Office £60
Summer is here, and this season is all about brights brights brights!
Without a doubt the best high street shop supporting the bright trend is Zara, their shop is full of it.
Will you take this seasons trend seriously? Wear it and enjoy the sunshine!
After commenting on Bora Aksu’s dull fashion on the People Tree website, I wanted to find out whether People Tree could offer exciting clothes and be Fairtrade. I was pleasantly surprised to find that they have some great staple pieces for the summer. Excellent! I would still love to see them be more trend focused; pushing boundaries with cut and offering exciting embroideries and prints. However they have some great names affiliated to them such as Emma Watson and Laura Ashley.
Here are some Summer Staples from People Tree: (Can you guess which is my favourite?…)
(…The cropped crochet knit cardigan of course, mmm)
The latest trend boards from Pull and Bear have really caught my eye. I visited the shop with Mark yesterday and loved their new collections (especially the duck egg dresses and camel shoes!) Their website is definitely worth a visit, even though you can’t buy anything from the looks of it (shame), but it has great moodboards and photography. I’ve picked out my favourite pieces from these moodboards:
And a few of the best photos from their autumn campaign:
I love the massive bear! Hehe.