Monki knit top, £18 / H&M STUDIO S/S 2015 | H&M US, £41 / H M brown skirt / H&M STUDIO S/S 2015 | H&M US, £34 / Embroidered sheer bra / Sheer knicker, £12 / White purse / Chanel hoop earrings, £535 / With Love From CA round sunglasses, £10 / Lips makeup, £16 / Giorgio Armani gold makeup
Spring is in the air and now we can start to de-robe (a little). Layering your spring outfits is a great way to stay warm whilst showing some ankle and/or arm. Longer midi or 7/8th length skirts are the perfect spring bottom. I love this camel colour, cut on the bias number by H&M, who have just dropped their second Studio line.
I would pair this with a basic top in a neutral colour. I love the marl grey fabric of this Monki number and the mid-length sleeves and Asian style cut is bang on trend.
I got myself a pair of slider mules last season and lived in them (see the Lookbook post here) and I’ve just snapped up these gorgeous, tan leather, reptile print mules from H&M’s SS15 Studio line. They were the last 6 in the Regent street store on launch day. I had to get them off the mannequin!
Change up the colour palette by adding in this Satin Navy Coat. I am loving a lightweight duster style trench coat for spring and this robe style one from the H&M Studio line is perfect.
I’ve added my favourite style of bag this season into this edit, The boxy shoulder bag and I have had my eye on this navy and gold accent & Other Stories version for a month now….roll on payday!
Accessories with a gold earrings for a metallic touch; I love these statement vintage Chanel earrings! I would keep the makeup fairly neutral and play with a nude lip and some beige/brown eye shadows. Keep hair slick in a low pony with
a centre parting.