31st Jan 2019
As IMAGE’s fashion assistant, and a New York City Fashion Institute of Technology graduate, I’m around fashion fairly regularly. But lately, as temperatures continue to plummet, I’ve found myself scouring online boutiques in search of ruffled crops, airy pinstripe suits and floral frocks in anticipation of warmer days. So I’m here, happy to inform you, that there are SO many good pieces in the digital hemisphere.
I’m a sucker for upcoming trends, which makes me a pretty fickle consumer. But I’m also a lover of trying new labels, so if you’re looking for something new, I’ve rounded up my favourite pieces you can buy right now. I now kindly ask you to get your debit cards at the ready, because I’m predicting this summer will be a stylish one.
Üterque, Zara’s older sister, has some seriously stylish and fashion-forward pieces already in its arsenal, like white leather mules and two-tone strapless dresses. I’m genuinely obsessed with this pale-pink ruffled top paired with these Nutella-coloured shorts. So chic.
Ethical boutique, Reformation, never disappoints when it comes to high-rise denim, polka-dot dresses and flirty wedding guest gowns. I’m so tempted to purchase this floral beauty already, and you should too. Thank me later.
The modern, deconstructed cut of this pinstripe suit is everything I want my SS19 wardrobe to be about. I’ll take the shoes to match, too. Gorgeous!
The high-neck collar, exaggerated cut-out sleeves and loose fit of this Loéil top is so effortlessly elegant and sophisticated, it couldn’t be more perfect for a summer evening. I’m in love.
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