8 Outfit Ideas That Will Help You Deal With This Week's Weird Weather
The Debrief: Who the hells knows what the weather is doing at the moment? Which makes getting dressed increasingly tricky. Let us help you...
So apparently it's going to rain, be warm, then be cold, then the sun might come out. All in a week. So here are some outfit ideas we've shamelessly stolen from Instagram that will take the pain out of your mornings instead put some style into your OOTDs.
Thought sequins were just for Christmas? Hell no. Don your most sparkly dress and pair it down with a sleeveless LJ and converse.
Short Skirt + Long Jacket
= covering all bases. Chuck a light duster jacket over your reliable knit + mini to ensure you're prepped for the day ahead. Dark shades will hide that midweek hangover like a treat.
Time To Unearth The Flares
Everyone's been telling us approximately 7 times a day that 'flares are back guys'. Easier said than done we think, but Yasmin Sewell makes easy work, with a knitted tank to ease you in gently.
Make Your Most Summery Dress Cold-Proof
You know when you look out the window and it's blue skies, so you confidently wear nothing and freeze as soon as you leave the house? Instead, layer your summer dress with your favouirte jacket and a hat. Nothing will defeat you today!
Bare Some Skin (But Wear A Scarf)
If it's actually hot, your most skin-baring dress can work with a bandada wrapped around your neck, to update it from last year. Espardrilles are going to be massive this summer, so grab a pair from New Look for under £10.
Your Winter Cardi Is The Answer
Make your monochrome look more cosy with your winter cardi. This easy to replicate look is perfect for work, drinks & beer garden hangs alike.
High Waist, High Neck
Keep it cosy up top with a turtle neck, and pair with killer jeans for an outfit you can always fall back on when everything else is in the wash.
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