Where would I wear that…?

Where would I wear that…?

Super Stylish Jenna Lyons – the queen of styling statement pieces

With the world opening up again, restaurants, bars, theatres, and the prospect of trips away – how are we feeling about getting dressed ‘up’ again? I’ve spoken to many women this month who feel strange wearing pieces they once loved. They look in the mirror and question - Is this over the top? Is this too ‘dressy’? What are these strange things with a heel? It’s not surprising it all feels a little odd – we’ve been out of practice for the past 2 years. If this resonates with you - let me inspire you with some style suggestions. I hope it gives you the push you need to fall back in love with great pieces in your wardrobe that you’ve been neglecting and saving for too long. Enjoy!

Wear the silk skirt

Do you have a beautiful skirt you’ve been saving for special occasions - NOW is that occasion. Add your t-shirt, white shirt or favourite knit and boots – job done.

Wear the stunning jewellery

I love this style of jewellery pared with denim or cashmere – it looks way cooler than teaming (yes I did say teaming!) with ‘dressier’ materials such as chiffon or lace.

Wear the statement tights

Get your legs out and show them off in a subtle or more obvious way. There are so many fantastic options out there that can elevate the simplest knitted dress or skirt.

Wear the bold and beautiful shoes

Heeled or flat – just add your favourite chinos, jeans or cigarette trousers and see the difference they make to your day. The quickest and easiest way to elevate your outfit.

Wear the Velvet Blazer or Tux Jacket

Velvet looks beautiful with denim - add heels or plimsoles – super chic and warm. Alternatively dig out the tux blazer (yes even if it is cream) – life’s too short to save these beautiful pieces for special occasions.

I hope this inspires you to look through your wardrobe, mix things up, and re-think how you wear your favourite clothing.

You’re very welcome

Maggie Killick

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