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3’s The Charm

 

Everyone is watching their pennies these days and this has reflected in how and what we spend on our wardrobe. But by being creative with your wardrobes, using simple styling to dress up and down each item of clothing for any occasion, you can easily triple your wardrobe.

Following on the first Why Not? Blog, regarding the big season trend of printed fabric, this edition is to show you how easy it is to make the most out of one key piece (the printed blouse) with the rest of your wardrobe, for outfits perfect for work, your day off or a night out with the girls.

The New Power Suit

Not all suits have to be plain and boring, sharp tailoring can be feminine. Smarten up the floral blouse and give it a professional edge with a power couple of the trouser suit. Paired here with a A4 totebag and some plain leather flats you can take the board room by storm.

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L-R Glamorous-print top, The Row-kevington lazer, Alexander McQueen-wide leg pants, Radley-reading a4 tote, Aldo-howlett flat.

Out with the Girls

This outfit is no fuss but optimum glam. It is the kind of simple outfit that you can put on in a rush and know its going to look good. Accessorising the printed top with matching coral bag and wedges and a slick pair of skinny jeans, you’ll be ready to hit the dance for in no time. Even pair us with a little blazer for the cooler knights.

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L-R Glamorous- print top, Monki-alicia bag, Rag&Bone-skinny jeans, Aldo-calcagni wedge

Easy Breezy, Cover Girl

Let the floral print take you on a trip to the secret garden and embrace its girly-ness. Perfect for a relaxing day off; wear the top open and flowing over a pretty in pink vest top with a chiffon maxi skirt. Keep the colour palette la light as the fabrics. Top off this boho hipster style with some floral straw or cork wedges and a stroll in the park with daisies in your hair.

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L-R Glamorous-print top, H&M-vest, Halston-pleated maxi skirt, UGG-luicanna wedge

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