Saturday, 23 July 2016


When a Vero Moda delivery drops and this toppling tower takes centre stage in WSd HQ, you know things are about to get even more fabulous. This dreamy brand is the backbone to our wardrobes and never fails to impress us with stylish, affordable and dependable pieces.

So here’s what’s new…

Boudoir elegance has gone beyond the bedroom and the sleepwear-as-daywear trend has taken the spring/summer 16 catwalks by storm. Enter chic separates Poet Pyjama shirt (£24) and pants (£24)with their delicate Japanese motif print for a modern take on the trend. There are so many options with these pieces and one is to wear them together for a super chic look that oozes sex appeal. The key to rocking this duo is polished hair and make-up, and if this sounds high maintenance, don’t forget you’re effectively wearing your pjs all day so balance will be restored! For luxe over loungewear avoid flats and elevate your look with heels. The Sol Sana Chuck heel (was £145 now £80) perfectly contrasts the delicacy of the print.

Go separate for a laid back look and to maximise each piece. Accented piping and a plunging neckline take the Poet shirt into the luxe category and what better way to reveal a little of the Love Stories bralette (Hazel: £50, Darling: £45)?! Try half tucking the shirt into boyfriend jeans for a perfect silk/denim balance.

For a dreamy trio, pair the Poet trousers with the Vero Moda bodysuit (£16) and the Sol Sana Porter Heel (was £120, now £69). These would make the perfect trouser for that early morning flight to paradise; simply pair with the Hudson Beata white loafer (was £120, now £55) and the Vero Moda Elsa Frill Sweat (£18).

Steering away from the boudoir but continuing the blush, we give you the Poppy Frill dress (£28). Solving the woe of British summer dressing, the soft pastel shade, long tailored sleeves and laid back skirt strike the perfect balance. The structured ruffles keep this beauty on the cool side of cute and the cut out neckline will ensure a peep of sun kissed skin. Toughen up the look with the Hudson Emmett boot (was £155, now £75).
The jewel tone story is continued with the Poet cold shoulder blouse (£20). The cold shoulder silhouette is the shape of the moment and has confirmed that shoulders are officially in…. who knew?! According to InStyle ‘its versatility continues to be unmatched- they look just as good- and just as appropriate- at the Farmers’ Market as they do for a night on the town”. So whether you go choose your Hunters or heels, the tantalising cutouts reveal just enough to keep them guessing…
 Vero Moda, we simply ♥ you

Pop in store to take a look at the new drop and snap up the last of the sale! 

Rachel x

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