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We’ve got good news: dressing like your favourite editors, bloggers and fashion darlings is easier than you think. These six key pieces serve as easy-to-wear inspiration for your next Instagram moment – so, cameras at the ready, because they’re also 100% wallet-friendly.
The key to looking like a boss lady? A full suit, of course. This means a slick blazer and some form-flattering trousers, paired with a T-shirt or a structured blouse and some heels. Power-dressing can’t be this easy, can it? This season, download version 2.0 in a statement-making pink and you’re good to go.
What’s better than a crisp shirt? A deconstructed one, of course, worn with high-waisted trousers and a jacket worn effortlessly over the shoulders. Striped fabric is a great offset to solid colour, and awfully flattering too.
Knitwear hasn’t been boring for several seasons now – in fact, a brightly coloured jersey is the just the ticket to boost a boring winter ensemble. Pair with a full, A-line skirt for maximum impact or with high-waisted jeans for your relaxed, but no less ravishing, weekend look.
Ask any fashion editor: the absolute must-have trend piece this winter can only be the puffer jacket. Duvet dressing is given the thumbs up because not only does it look so darn cool, coziness is the only way to go when the cold weather hits. A heel or a smart boot will make this walking sleeping bag totally acceptable as office attire.
While a structured, slightly over-sized coat in a polished camel hue is an important investment purchase for any wardrobe, it also happens to be bang on trend for this winter. What a win.
If you’re going to wear colour this season, make like a true streetstyle star and make sure it's bold, bright and unmissable. A simple, slouchy top tucked in to some mom jeans mean easy and instant style points.
The white shirt, every woman owns one, and if you don't, why not? There is no piece that more deservedly wins the prize for versatility. But what makes this basic a stand out on the streets? It's a slightly oversized shape that hints to a masculine wardrobe (hello boyfriend's closet) with larger cuffs, a longer backline hem and a stiff collar. Wear with black trousers and a brightly coloured heel