1. Romantic Tops
I’m a big fan of romantic styles, frills, ruffles, lace, the more the merrier. The great thing about Dorothy Perkins’ selection of romantic tops is that so many of them are in black and white. It’s a refreshing change to the pinks, purples and florals that are more commonly associated with romantic styles.
I’ve paired this subtle romantic blouse with skinny jeans and lace up sandals for a more casual Spring/Summer day look.
2. Column Skirts
Column skirts are a wardrobe essential as far as I’m concerned. A much more subtle, comfortable take on a bodycon. Easily dressed up for an “out out” outfit or paired with some chunky sandals and a cross body bag for a simple look that could easily take you from day to night.
3. Pinny Dresses
This particular dress blurs the line between a pinny and a sundress. A perhaps more feminine look than I’d normally go for but an easy wear for Summer days. This will be a great piece for upcoming holidays. Pair with sandals and a straw hat on the beach or some nude heels and clutch on a warm Summer evening.