One Item….Three Styles ……..This week is all about outfit building, so you can make the most of your wardrobe and create multiple looks with the same item.
Will it work with my current wardrobe
2. Is it versatile to create more than one look and become a building block to something new
3. Do I love it and more importantly does it feel good on (always ensure you try before you buy)
At the heart of the mood board is the stone tie waist mac from New Look costing just £34.99. You can change the tone of this wardrobe staple by dressing it up with bold colours such as burgundy. Why not try a darker tone underneath for a more streamlined look.
A coat is more than a functional item. It should be something you feel good in and that works for you as it is first impressions that count.
Team it with the Noa Noa striped jumper dress (priced £69.99), White Stuff navy bag (priced £55) and heels for work. On the weekend just change the heels for ankle boots for a more casual on trend look.
Or if you are running around all weekend keep stylish by teaming it up with trainers and denims – if you are wearing skinnies experiment tuning up the hem one more time to create more width which will make ankles appear even slimmer.
I love the tapestry style print of this jacquard skirt from New Look (priced £24.99)which has such versatility. I have teamed it with a simple tee from New look (price £7.99) and Accessorize necklace (price £10) but try a blouse tucked in or a fine knit as we move into the cooler months. This skirt would also look fabulous with the ankle boots from New Look (price £27.99), burgundy tights and I have chosen to pick up the pattern of the skirt with the New Look Burgundy Satchel (price £19.99).
Upload your photos to @EasgateNess with the tag #styledbyeastgate I can't wait to see your creations, let's all inspire each other!
Have a fantastic week everyone,
Lots of Love