In my last post I looked at Diane Von Furtsenburg, Givenchy and L.A.M.B’s printed creations for Spring/Summer 2011, and although they are beautiful most of us can’t afford designer :P. So in this post I’m looking at affordable ways to wear this seasons print-trend.
Snake print headband, £6.99 RIVER ISLAND. Festival bag, £20 from ASOS.com. Elephant print TOMS from SCHUH.co.uk (soooo cute! I love elephants.)
Teaming printed leggings and accessories with a fun, laid back t-shirt is a perfect look for daytime. You could also dress up the leggings with a pair of wedges and some tribal jewellery.
Aztec print top, £16 and printed skirt £34.99 both from TOPSHOP. Black wedge sandals £90 from FLY London at SCHUH.co.uk. Woven navajo backpack £46 from URBANOUTFITTERS.co.uk. Printed headband, £3.99 from NEW LOOK.
I really like this as an outfit, I would wear it for daytime but you could dress it up by wearing a black lace top like this one from ASOS.com:
Hope this post was helpful and inspiring etc! Went on a stylespot today and found some lovely lookin’ peeps so watch out for the ‘you’ve been BELFASHED #3’ post tomorrow.
I’m one of those people who refuses to wear things that aren’t comfy. Thankfully I’ve recently discovered Clarks’ new range of comfy Summer heels, wedges and flats.
My faves are the Thai Dance Black Nubuk and the Florida Bay (I need them), both £59.99 shown respectively above. Seriously they feel like you’re walking on pillows – they have a little cushiony bit right where it would hurt under the balls of your feet.
They can both be found at http://www.clarks.co.uk or in Clarks stores.
On the other hand I’m completely in love with these wedges that will be on sale soon from TOPSHOP – but will they be comfy!?
Images sourced from CLARKS.co.uk and TOPSHOP.com
Flares, palazzo pants and midi skirts are IN for this summer. Here are two of my favourites from ASOS.com and TOPSHOP.co.uk respectively:
Will I see anyone braving this new trend when I’m style spotting in Belfast this week? Watch this space..
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