Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Fashion | Tres Tulle


Over the past few weeks I've noticed a definite shift in what I'm actively choosing to wear - less black, and a lot of pastel! I don't think there's any outfit too pastel filled when it comes to spring, as like the breton stripe - it's a classic spring staple. One very beautiful new addition to my wardrobe is this classically chic pink straight cut blazer from Navabi.

This navabi collection piece is fully lined and cut in a boxy, cropped shape, featuring a single hook and eye fastening. It is very true to size, as is the vast majority of the collection: you can definitely tell that navabi concentrate a lot of time and effort on creating the right fit. I feel like this is such a timeless piece I'll be able to wear it season after season - a very worthwhile wardrobe investment. Wear it with a white shirt and jeans, or draped over your shoulders and evening dress- it's the perfect spring addition to pretty much any outfit. 

I paired it with my new all time favourite tulle skirt (it's always the right time to buy a tulle skirt!). The dotted tulle tutu skirt from La Redoute, features a fully elasticated waist for comfort, a beautiful polka dot tulle texture, and a very cute front bow detail. I am absolutely in LOVE with it, although it is a tad longer than I expected, so I will be having it taken up a little to make it midi length. In terms of fit, I'd say it is relatively generous, so although it is available in a size 14-28, I reckon (due to the stretch) a 30/32 could also revel in it's beauty. Also there's 25% off for a little while longer with the code 'Summer25' go go gooooo!


Shop My Look

Tres Frenchy slogan tee (sold out, jumper here)
Pink sling-back flats (similar here)
Prada double bag 
Zara glass statement necklace

Have you shopped with navabi before? What is your favourite shade to wear in spring? I'd love to know, so please feel free to comment below, or click my social links and pop over to say Hello! 



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