11 Affordable Ways To Transform Your Spring Wardrobe
The Debrief: Though you’ve never heard of it, Lost Ink has your back (front, bottoms and shoes)
Congrats guys, you’ve made it through Winter! The daffs are out, and the sun is (mostly) shining. As delightful as it is that the days are getting longer and it's now bare leg warm, it plays havoc with our wardrobes. Winter’s knits are too heavy, and summer’s dresses are too flimsy, so what is one to do but shop? While we’d love to invest in the new season’s must-haves from Christopher Kane, our pay packet doesn’t stretch that far. So, enter Lost Ink. It’s a little-known independent British label that’s so teeny weeny it only has a few stockists and no online shop of its own. It’s quite trend-led, so expect to find the colours of the moment and the shapes you want to wear. Best of all, it’s remarkably affordable – a shirt, for instance, comes in at a pre-payday friendly 30 odd quid. The range goes up to curve sizes and carries gowns to make you look like a prom queen and suits that will make your boss sit up straighter. While Lost Ink will happily clothe you for every occasion, these are the only 11 pieces you'll need to transform your wardrobe for Spring:
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