It’s nearly time for the new book and new season, plus you’ll find out more about me!
This is just a quick post to say hello! You’ll find out more about me soon…. I’m really excited about the new season at Marisota! The new book will be winging it’s way to you shortly and I want to give you a sneak peak at this season’s trends!
Somewhere in the middle
Winter is on it’s way out but we’re not quite into spring yet, so Marisota have got some great choices that are just warm enough to keep out the lingering chill, but light enough to continue being a wardrobe staple right through to summer!
The top – This Anna Scholz sequin trim tunic is ideal for this season. With 3/4 length sleeve it doesn’t commit to being a summer or winter look but instead word for both. The sequin detail is stunning, and just subtle enough to wear with jeans in the day or to glam up at night!
The trousers –These Jeffrey & Paula wide leg trousers are ideal for Spring/ Summer, and are especially good for evening wear. Plus they come with a matching belt with looks great with tucked in tops for emphasising your waist!
The Cardigan – A coatigan or cardigan coat is just what you need as the days get warmer. This super stylish long cardigan looks great with everything from officewear to eveningwear or even just jeans and trainers.
Get in the Garden! – More on this later!
It’ll soon be getting warmer, and I for one can’t wait to get outside! I love the barbeque season and the garden party style is on its way up. Get this look perfect by remembering our 3 alfresco dining essentials:
· Colour – get the Spring/ Summer style with pretty prints, pastel shades and even full on brights. The perfect way to give your day a lift! Floral print is one to look out for!
· Detail – Attention to detail is a must, whether it’s frills, buttons or a well-placed belt!
· Texture – This season is all about floaty, feminine fabrics. Simply wear a light floral maxi dress with gladiator sandals for feminine chic!
Watch out for my “Get in the garden” post next week with tips on how to dress as things get warmer!