Tiger Print and those little red shoes


Tiger Print for some unknown unexplainable reason has always caught my eye. Last summer I bought a navy dress from Sandro covered in tigers for a birthday party, and this Spring this navy shirt from Topshop has managed to crawl its way into my closet.


Also remember ages ago when nobody would dare pair black with navy because they thought people would tut at them on the street for getting dressed in the dark ?
Well thank God that madness is over.
Now people are teaming their favourite darks with gusto and loving the chic coupling. I think the French were the first to go for it and we have them to thank for always reminding the rest of the fashion planet of the virtues of navy.

I’ve added these sling back tie around soft suede mules here from Spanish high-street Mango to my outfit.
They are extremely versatile and lovely and soft to wear running from the office or around town.

Navy is a great flattering colour on your skin tone and with this vibrant orange Tiger print – you’ve got a definite winner for Spring-Summer.
Add some fun to your smart looks with this tiger print shirt in navy blue and red. Featuring collar and button-down placket – I’m planning on wearing this piece out to dinner with velvet or leather black trousers and with a little black lace bra subtly peeping out.
It’s also great with blue or white jeans for a more casual day time look.

The key to having a Spring wardrobe that works well is having a mix of versatile pieces like this shirt.
Pieces that do all the work, so you don’t have to. Fill your closet with separates that are easily matched with everyday basics and you’ll discover that you can get dressed in half the time in the morning.
‘I have nothing to wear’ mornings will become a thing of the past.
Seeking out individual little gems on the high-street is one of my favourite past times, and then of course sharing them right here with you.


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