I’ve spent the last few months feeling totally jealous of the summer trends in the UK, so now Spring has sprung in Sydney I can finally share all of the pieces I’ve been collecting over the last few months. Sometimes it can be difficult to even remember how to wear transeasonal clothes so here’s your fashion guide to S/S15 showing you that you don’t need to spend much to be on trend.
Top Tip – invest in a pair of tan sandals / platforms, they will be a key piece that will go with everything (see post here).
Off the Shoulder Tops and Dresses
This is a great trend as it will give you an awesome tan when it gets a bit hotter in Summer. It’s very wearable and there are so many versions out there at the moment. I’ll be wearing the top with shorts, skirts and jeans this season.
I bought this top from Zara only last week so it’s still in store ladies! I really love the oversized shirt feel and the ties at the side are a gorgeous feature. I then saw well known blogger, Tuula Vintage wearing the same top on Instagram. Obviously I must be onto good thing then!!
There are also so many off the shoulder dresses out there and I instantly fell in love with this one from Topshop a while ago. I bought this for my holiday to Port Douglas (see here for the post) but it didn’t arrive in time meaning I already have a brand new dress waiting to be worn this summer. The print is such a fun seventies style and it’s a very flattering dress.
Warning – be careful with off the should tops and dresses, some can make you look like a tent so think about using a belt to show off your curves or find one like this that actually shapes your body!
Dress and Shoes both Topshop
The Maxi Dress
The Maxi dress is a no brainer when it comes to changing seasons and I’ve found the perfect one from H&M currently instore for just $60! I love the print, long sleeves and button down feature making it incredibly wearable. Here I’ve teamed it with my trusted Topshop sandals and vintage belt to really give it a seventies vibe.
Dress H&M, Shoes Topshop, Belt Vintage (from Kirribilli Markets)
The Bell Sleeve Dress
I love a good print and it’s no surprise I found this beauty of a dress in Zara last week. It’s not only an awesome print but has bang on trend bell sleeves and a super short shift dress feel for added points. I’ve teamed it with a scarf from furla to give it an added Seventies feel.
Dress Zara, Scarf Furla, Sandals Topshop
The Seventies Coord
Zara had some amazing coords in the sale recently and I couldn’t resist when I found this seventies one complete with flares and a tunic. The thing I loved most about this set is how I can easily wear them separately or together.
Flares and tunic Zara, Sandals Topshop, Scarf Furla
For more Seventies inspired looks, see here.
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