As promised, part two of my Zara spree is here. Easy pieces to take from day to night- you know the drill.
THE FAUX LEATHER SKIRT
A-line silhouette + spring pastels + faux leather texture = versatile and bang on trend. I may just buy this is every colour to take me through summer, autumn and winter, especially at £25.99 each.
Pair with a satin bomber and jewelled necklace for on-trend triple shine.
Layer texture over texture with soft fringing, grunge boots and a lace body, then finish it off with a hint of sparkle and this strangely Chanel-esque bag.
THE FLOWER POWER PRINT PANTS
Yes, florals. For spring (how original). But at £29.99,who can argue with this gorgeous pair?
Mix with eclectic, bold colours and dress down with sneakers for a less dressy daytime look. The contracting faux leather jacket, pleated shirt and suede bag add extra interest. Perfect for the office or a lunch date.
What’s the easiest way to up your bag game? Wear with another, smaller, cuter bag. As seen at all the fashion weeks, double the bags = double the fun. Pair with metallic details like these cute ballet flats to lend edge to this otherwise dainty outfit.
THE PUNK FLORAL
Okay, florals again (you got me). This just reminded me too much of the Vetements dress sweeping the runway (and A-lister wardrobes).
Wear over a high-necked red dress or jumper to achieve true front-row style, and slip into woven leather slides to bring this look into spring/summer.
Toughen up with a boys biker jacket and block metallic heels, then add a bang-on-trend bucket bag, a la Alexa Chung.
Following my denim edit in my last Zara post, I thought it was only prudent to whip out another slideshow. This week, my favourite summer pieces- raffia and tribal inspired prints, embroidery and accessories.
Love & pompoms,
The NCLinsider xx