Now, according to the Spring/Summer 2010 shows, weâ€™ll all be swanning around in pastels, urban prints, shorts, prints, with a flash of cheeky lingerie all topped off with this summerâ€™s […]
Now, according to the Spring/Summer 2010 shows, weâ€™ll all be swanning around in pastels, urban prints, shorts, prints, with a flash of cheeky lingerie all topped off with this summerâ€™s must-have: a military jacket (beaten up and preferably belted). So far, so standard: what weâ€™re slightly more worried about is the return of bumbags, double denim (shame on you, Ralph Lauren!) and low heels– flats or four inches, ladies, thatâ€™s the only way to do itâ€¦ So here, for the dreamers, but most especially a student-eye view of the shows, is the Tabâ€™s take on what was undoubtedly best in show: Burberry, for their modern take on the Grecian-trench coated glamazon, which was simply heavenly:
How to get the look:
1.Â Nab a draped skirt. Get creative with the pins and you have ruched mini perfection.
2.Â Throw on a fine-knit jersey cardi, in suitable understated pastel colour, and combine with dead straight hair. So chic.
3.Â Insouciantly belt a skinny, or equestrian-style belt, with the prettiest dress in your wardrobe, which should be strappy, chiffon and totally unsuited for January weather if possible.
4.Â Wear socks with the most enormous rope style platforms- dig out a pair of summer wedge espadrilles and own it.
Lipsy Chiffon Drape Dress, 45 GBP
Teal Silk Chiffon Corded Strapless
Max C Stud Jersey Boyfriend Cardi, 12 GBP
Silence & Noise Knit Drape Skirt, $48
French Connection Rope Detail Platform Sandal, $46
You know you want to. Christopher Bailey, we salute you.