Our Deputy Digital Editor looks to Instagram for outfit inspiration each week
Turns out I’m really into gingham. I don’t know if the boredom of sitting at home has turned my head towards the cutest, most kitschy-print I could go for, but there it is — gingham is my new favourite.
The outfits I’ve saved this week make up a funny collection — mostly because they’re all self-confessed throwbacks. Influencers are entering a funny time in their career in the midst of this outbreak (aren’t we all?) and we all find ourselves a little less concerned with fashion and beauty than we were before. I suppose I’ve continued to save outfits to my folder because I like the distraction — and I hope you guys do too.
Here’s what I’ve loved this week…
All black and a red lip will never go out of style
A gingham dream by one of my favourite new brands La Veste
The perfect hat-coat-scarf situation for a rainy day (here’s hoping we won’t have to recreate it)
Only Susie Bubble could concoct a coronavirus look as chic as this
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Gingham again, courtesy of JW Anderson’s new collection with Uniqlo
I know she says 80’s but I’m getting the most perfect 70’s vibe from this Ferragmo mini
A library of throwbacks from Anum Bashir, and each one is great
The Rixo mini that I will wear everywhere as soon as is humanly possible
And finally, the springy combination we’d all love to be wearing out and about right now
We cannot get enough of knitwear sets at the minute, particular in these ice-cream shades.
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