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Laura Jordan

Spring Picks…and how to wear them

By Fashion, News

 

To our lovely StyleSavvy Edit subscribers, as promised in our first mailing…here is the How To Wear for our Top Picks!

It’s a treat to see pops of colour in the shops and we are all set to show you how to work them…

 

First up is this jewel toned textured blazer from Zara. There are two options for this. Either wear with a white or navy t shirt, go for a smart workwear angle with cream or white blouses, or add a colour pop of pink, sapphire blue or violet, if you want to pack a punch.

Pair with tailored trousers, slim jeans (below) or Spanx leathers with a long v neck t shirt under.

 

This boxy shape casual jacket is ideal for a more petite frame with a smaller bust. Go for a basic in white, or aim for colour in pastels or brights like emerald green or pink…

 

Voila! This jumper goes with the above two blazers and the bright vibrant colour works well with most skin tones (jewel tones are the most versatile). Size up as these are neat.

These are my jeans pick of the month. Tuck the pink jumper in (French tuck…my StyleSchool students know what I mean!) and see how smart a simple white t-shirt can be with a sharp cut like these. (af).

I’ve added this striped top for any non-colour pop fans, many prefer neutrals and this long sleeve works great under a leather jacket, cream cardigan or black wool coat. Pair with high or mid waist jean, leather trousers, I could go on!

Avoiding stripes is a myth when the fabric is heavy and doesn’t cling….and when the stripes are solid blocks, not thin lines in thin fabric that hug lumps and bumps. Roll the sleeves to create a 3/4 length finish.

Happy Shopping!

Laura

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StyleSchool Online Event Hub

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styleschoolthe wardrobe edit

We are really excited to start 2022 with the launch of StyleSchool, our Online Event Hub.

We are kicking off with StyleSchool January next Wednesday, followed by the one-off  Wardrobe Edit on Thursday 13th.

These are my favourite classes to teach and I love helping all our members look good and feel good, now and always.

One of my top tips which we discuss is Cost per Wear…aka spending your money where you spend your time.

I’ve linked more info here, if anyone has a question, feel free to get in touch via our contact page.

 

Kindest,

 

Laura