REMIXING FASHION

Monday, February 27, 2017


It's not all about what you wear, it's about how you wear it. Whether you are draped in designer, head to toe in Primark, or a mix of the both, it's the way that you remix your pieces that makes your outfit really stand out. For me, mixing high end and high street is the norm as my whole wardrobe is made up of 90% affordable, 10% investment.

 I've paired up with Zalando as part of their "Remixing Fashion campaign" and explained exactly how I like to remix my price points.

I've worn my high street buys; this ecru Bik Bok chunky knit (how incredible is the woven detailing?) and layered that underneath a basic ribbed Noisy May poloneck.  I've mixed those with my high end buys; my wide leg Marc o'Polo trousers and Won Hundred randy slip ons adding a subtle hint of detail in the side stripes.

I believe in investing in accessories, whether it be jewellery, footwear or handbags these are the items we are able to wear during all four seasons of the year. (Taking in cost per wear and all!) My high end accessories are these incredible Sabrina Dehoff gold fan shaped ring which I've finished off with a touch of high street with the Le Specs air heart sunglasses and Moss Copenhagen leather clutch.

What do you think of this look, is this a combination you're familiar with?


What I'm Wearing

Cream Knit | BIKBOK
Black Poloneck | Noisy May
Cream Trousers | Marc o'Polo
Platform Trainers | Won Hundred
Black Clutch | Moss Copenhagan
Gold Ring | Sabrina Dehoff
Cat Eye Sunglasses | Le Specs

All items available via Zalando

This post was made in collaboration with Zalando


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6 Lovely Comments

  1. Really love this combo and how varsity like it is yet chic!
    xx,
    Areli's April
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  2. Loving all the layers!

    Liv

    livforstyle.net

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  3. How cool is that combo! Love it :)

    xx Su http://www.fashiontwinstinct.com

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  4. Stunning Hannah, the whole look ties together beautifully!

    http://www.thebutter.co.uk/

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