It’s event season and midsummer weddings, race days and garden parties all involve dressing up. Get some serious occasion wear inspo from these well dressed celebs…
An easy way to do print without feeling OTT, polka dots will never date. Navy and white dots lend themselves perfectly to pops of red so wear with a slick of red lipstick and a bag in the same shade for classic glamour.
This may be a trend you’re more reluctant to try but trust us – there’s a yellow shade out there for you! For light skin tones, mustard and darker shades work well. For darker skin tones, bright and neon yellows will pop beautifully.
Summer is the perfect time to experiment with bold prints. A favourite over the winter months of 2018, leopard print shows no signs of disappearing and Laura Whitmore shows us how to style it for the warmer weather. If animal print doesn’t appeal to you, florals will always work well for wedding attire.
Not a look we would recommend for weddings, but if you’re headed to Perth Racecourse Ladies Day on May 16th, top to toe white is seriously chic. If that feels a little too stark for you, add colour pop accessories in your favourite shade.
A more formal occasion doesn’t mean you have to wear a dress. Trouser suits in every colour have made their way to the high street for summer 2019. Bold earrings, a simple cami top and pair of strappy sandals make the suit more evening reception and less boardroom or for a laid back barbecue, we love to team them with white trainers.
Summer is the perfect time to experiment with colour. If you normally opt for more neutral shades, adding splashes of colour to your usual palette will give you a more seasonal look. Add a bright heel alongside a neutral dress like Victoria Beckham or if you’re brave, clash your colours like Helen Mirren.
The Little Red Dress
A little red dress is a wardrobe staple and not just one for the festive season.
Take inspiration from Lupita by trying a sweet pale shade or copy Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s bold bubblegum pink. This dreamy colour is set to be everywhere this season.