12 Spring Looks From Three High Street Brands.
Hiya! I'm back with another blog post, the one that has already been waaay overdue...In my defense, I can only say that I've been seeking inspiration and lately I've been more into creating outfits and taking photos of them rather than writing blog articles. So I've decided to do what I love the most: look for an inspiration at the shopping centre, and seek it among the clothing racks and store windows.
I went on a little shopping spree which included brands like Zara, H&M and Country Road to look at their latest arrivals and here are 12 outfit combinations I came up with.
This stripe H&M set is a very comfortable and cute outfit option you can wear throughout the week and the weekend. I always love purchasing matching sets because they give me an array of styling options.
A perfect neutral blazer, you will look equally elegant styling it with heels or sneakers. Did I mention it's only $40?
Looove this yellow number. A perfect summer dress made of a very lightweight fabric.
Can you tell I'm obsessed with colour? This skirt is incredible and it is just as vibrant in person. The sweater is mad of alpaca blend which makes it very warm and although it's pricier than your average H&M sweater, I feel like it's worth it for its quality and colour.
Linen Blend Dress
Cute lightweight summer dress for summer although it's a little too revealing.
Zara Contrast Tweed Shirt
Okay, this shirt is an absolute must-have. The only reason I didn't get it is because that would be the fourth of fifth shirt similar in style to the ones I already have. If you're in the market for a sheer shirt I'd definitely recommend getting that one.
Going all matchy-matchy with this faux leather set. It does look very stylish, however I'm not sure how breathable that material is.
This is probably the most feminine look I came up with on my little shopping spree. The colour of the skirt is just incredible - it's a piece that will get you tons of compliments and it looks infinitely elegant paired with this lace top.
Zara Jacquard Top
Another pink piece - I love the colour and the print of this blouse but it looks just a little too 70s for me...thoughts?
Zara Slingback Shoes
Also, spotted these shoes at Zara. I haven't tried them on but they look very elegant and remind me a lot of the Bottega Veneta styles.
Slouch Tinsel Knit
Gimme all the glitter! This jumper is something I'd wear for the New Year's party paired with a mini skirt and heeled ankle boots. It's also on sale now, down to $99 from $199.
Loved this blush pink suit - the colour and the quality of the fabric are just incredible however, it's certainly for someone taller than 163 cm.
Last but not least - this cute t-shirt and skirt combo would make a great casual weekend look. The skirt runs a bit large, so make sure you size down for a better fit.