White Tee-H&M, Bag-Zara, Skirt-VeroModa, Hat-River Island, Watch-MarcJacobs, Shoes- Topshop, Necklace-HouseofFraser (*)
It’s much easier styling a basic staple piece than a ‘on trend’ wardrobe must have. It’s as simple as adding layers or accessories, switching up foot wear or adding a different bag to immediately change a ‘look’.
More recently I’ve been loving the effortless look of minimalist style; straight lines, block shades, clean cuts and simple details. It’s ridiculously easy to throw together some basic pieces and add a statement bag/ hat or even jewelry.
I love this 18 carat rose gold hamsa hand from House of Fraser. It’s a beautiful dainty everyday piece that adds a small statement to a basic tee. I don’t own much rose gold jewellery as larger pieces tend to look a little tacky but this petite piece really compliments the skin tone and looks incredibly more expensive than it is!
The minimalist look is a perfect style if you’re like me and tend to opt for shades over colour as it’s all about monochrome and neutral tones with plain smooth textures.
I’m currently on the hunt for a couple more pairs of simple ballet pumps, a simple large style drawstring bucket bag and a grey cropped t-shirt to add too my wardrobe basics!