Has the cold weather left you divinely uninspired when it comes to your wardrobe? If you're sorely in need of outfit ideas, let these Instagram posts provide the goods
The ways we consume fashion inspiration these days is completely different to any other time. Before, runways would rule the trends, and consumers would look to designers to tell them what (and what not) to wear. But in 2020, it's the other way around; consumers are influencing the runways, and it means we have the inside track to the best sartorial choices just by scrolling through Instagram.
In this new series, we'll be posting weekly round-ups of our 10 favourite Instagram outfits that we've found and loved. From wrapped-up layers, to simple showstoppers, there's something for every occasion, and every mood of the week.
We love to peruse the 'Gram for outfit inspiration, and this week, it definitely didn't disappoint. Here are our 10 favourites.
A Simone Rocha wonder
Alexa Chung in electric blue (this outfit was everywhere this week)
A lesson in cool girl (literally) chic for the winter
A throwback to this impeccable pink suit moment from Jerry Hall in 1978
A lesson in the new scarf trend (tying a chic jumper round your shoulders — try it out this weekend)
A 70's-inspired dream that is very easily recreated with items in your wardrobe — oversized blazer, polo neck and mini.
Fringed suede is our transitional dressing dream
Head to toe sparkles on the always-on-point Stacey Dooley
A homemade wonder that shows the best outfits are the ones made with love
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After spending an evening talking all things sustainable fashion I wanted to share this dress with you. I made it myself, lovingly stitched in October 2018 and worn over and over again. It’s not something that’s going to ever get thrown out of my wardrobe. Sewing this dress also reminded me how much skill and time it takes to create a single garment. I mean this took me a couple of days but it really puts the cost of clothing into perspective. Sewing is a great alternative to buying new especially when you use dead stock fabrics to sew with. I’m picking up some of my half started patterns this January with some new inspiration. I’ve tagged my favourite sewing inspiration in this post just tap to see and let me know if you have any questions about how to start sewing. If you’re lucky enough to have the privilege of time to sew them do give it a try you will love it! #heartzeenawears #memade #madeitmyself
And a floral midi that has us dreaming of warmer climates and tanned legs
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