Spring Transitions

Casual Comforts is how Im feeling right now.  The temps should be warming up later in the week, and gradually more so as April inconspicuously springs it’s pretty self upon us, but as we transition across to Spring it’s difficult to start breaking out into skirts without tights, short sleeves and god forbid we need to get those winter feet out into sandals! This outfit will keep you at the perfect temp, has the right amount of ventilation without showing any skin but still looking stylish and slightly sexy in a comfortable manner, no?! I love the flattering jeans with the wide weaved knit which has a lowish V-back. You will be hitting the ground running in the style steaks with these open sided shoes which are bang on trend, again feeling less wintery but without really putting the white feet on show completely! Grab your hand held clutch and a chunky ring and you’re looking ever so covetable.  Remember feeling comfortable is the key to looking confident and good.  It’s my pleasure!

Slide1Bra, Calvin Klein at Net-a-porter // Long Knit Jumper Zara  // Jeans Levi’s 501 CT // Flat Pointed slip ons Asos //     Clutch Bag & Other Stories // Ring Whistles

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The White Shirt

We all know the white shirt is a classic staple for every wardrobe. A lot of people may think it’s a boring item of clothing or there isn’t much to it….well if this is what you think then you need to carry on reading this post as the white shirt, is not only elegant, it’s sexy, chic and can also be grungy, the White shirt can be whatever you want it to be, just ensure you have one, a good one, a crisp one and make sure you wear it to the best of your ability!

Wear it Casually with jeans….

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Wear it Comfortably with shorts and sneakers…

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Wear it formally for work

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There are tons out there, here are my favourite high street finds:

Zara // The White Company // H&M

Pictures by Sarah-Jane Field http://www.sarahjanefield.co.uk