Summer trends are about the whites and blues! Here in the UK, we've witnessed one of the hottest, clearest summers in a long time (holds breath). There is no better time than to clean out your wardrobe and reach out for summer-stylish pieces before the greys set back in.
- Shoes: Chloé Navy Leather Slingback Wedge
- Dress: Miguelina Brudgette Crochet Caftan
- Skirt: See By Chloe Denim A-Line Skirt
- Top: Nicholas Lace Crop Top
- Choker: Jennifer Fisher
- Bag: Valentino Rainbow Striped Flap Shoulder Bag
Let me know your thoughts on my favourite High-Street-inspired pieces!
The Top Knot
From super slicked back, to loose and dishevelled, the top knot is still a favourite for work, party or just hanging out.
Placement is key when creating a top knot, it should sit flat on the top of your head and not too far back on your head and the hair in the back must be completely smooth.
Once your hair is up in a ponytail backcomb the ponytail for fluffiness and then twist the hair around your elastic band and secure with hair pins. Use hairspray to hold it all in place.
Look Taller, short girls, wearing your hair in a top knot gives the impression that you are taller as it creates a vertical line and adds inches to your size.
Pair it with statement earrings
Change it up by placing it further forward with a side twist
Following the success of the recent Adidas = Pharrell Williams collaboration Adidas Originals have teamed up with high street giant TOPSHOP and to create an exclusive seven-piece capsule collection. The collaboration sees the high-street giant rework classic pieces from the sportswear brand, with the ever-popular Superstar jacket and trainers taking trophy status.
Our capsule with Topshop is the perfect partnership, as it allows us to explore a contemporary fashion aesthetic while paying homage to our iconic sportswear roots," said Josefine Aberg, design director of Adidas Originals.
"Our love of fashion and sportswear comes to life in this capsule collection. Sportstyle classics with bold graphic numbers are the superstar looks this season." said Topshop's creative director - and Vogue contributing fashion editor - Kate Phelan.
The collection launched globally on April 30th, online and in shops.