Unbelievably, we’re already mid-way through 2016, and so it’s time to ask, how are your style resolutions coming along? I vowed to start reaching for lighter colours, instead of always choosing the safe option of black. As I look down at my outfit today, I’m halfway there—a cream Scanlan Theodore knit, and black Camilla and Marc drop-crotch pants—but I’ll be honest and confess that this isn’t always the case.
It’s almost tax-time, so while you’re attacking your life admin (i.e. the boring stuff), take a moment to remember what you planned to make your 2016 wardrobe all about (i.e. the fun stuff) and put aside some of your tax return to achieve these goals.
Whether it’s just a few additions you need to make—for me, it’s a pair of cream trousers and a white blazer—or bigger picture stuff—like tracking down your perfect wedding dress for your end of year nuptials, if you perform a mid-year review, you’re more likely to achieve your goals.
If your style resolution is like mine, and you aim to wear less black, keep scrollin peep the image I’ve saved to the top of my Pinterest board, and shop under $100 neutral basics.
Wear it by itself, or over a pair of leather leggings.
The perfect layering piece for winter office dressing.
The key to getting white trousers right, is to opt for a pair that aren't super skin-tight.
Is there anything you could possibly love more than a jacket on sale?
This is what weekends are made for.
Tap into the ruffle trend with an affordable basic.
When you can't decide whether a trend is worth the splurge, try the wallet-friendly version first.
Mini pleats give this duster coat an upgrade.
It's 2016. If you don't have a slip dress yet, your wardrobe is missing out.