Like it or not, the Trend is: Patterns (very 90’s) and animal prints, especially the snake print… and the Mustard colour! One of my favourites right now.
It’s everywhere in the runways, shops and online, and you don’t have to spend a lot to have that eye catching jacket to match a jumpsuit, which is very on trend.
Here are some curated pieces I found online at Femme Luxe Finery, and they all agree with our pockets.
Mustard Geometric Print Oversized Jumper Dress
Invest in the ultimate transitional piece with this gorgeous Mustard Geometric Print Oversized Jumper Dress.
With the oversize fit, raw hem, and long cuffed sleeves, this hot jumper is a simple must-have for your next wardrobe update. Pair with ankle boots and an oversized handbag, or pair up with a leather look leggings. The Geometric print is really flattering on any body shape and the colour is on point.
Mustard Side Split High Neck Ribbed Knit Dress
Add some sleek style into your wardrobe with this Mustard Side Split High Neck Ribbed Knit Dress.
Featuring white contrasting sleeves and collar to make this block design ultra cool and relaxed with a comfy fit.
Team it up with boot heels for a cool casual day-time look.
Rust High Neck Ribbed Jumpsuit
Look a dream! My new jumpsuit Rust High Neck Ribbed Jumpsuit!
I went out of my comfort zone, and got my first Rusty/Brick colour jumpsuit to try it and pair up with my snake print jacket, and even though I normally wear UK16/18, this is a UK12 and fits perfectly! I think it will turn heads my way in a good way, is really made of a comfy lightweight ribbed material.
I’ve decided to pair it up with a snake print jacket but this jumpsuit can be for work or a night out, just add some statement accessories and you’re ready to go!
Stone Knit Turtle Neck Bodycon Mini Dress
Wrap up this winter in the Stone Ribbed Knit Turtle Neck Bodycon Mini Dress, complete with turtle neck, rib fabric and tight silhouette.
Pair with sock boots and a cute side pouch for casual cool vibes, or a good pair of jeggings. Be you!
Time for voting! What’s your favourite piece?