|Neon brights and bold patterns inspired by Miami's Art Deco District|
|2-Piece from Jonathan Saunders' Resort 2014 Collection |
(image by Jonathan Saunders)
|(Image by Jonathan Saunders)|
What is more satisfying than finding an almost identical piece on the Highstreet to what you've seen on the catwalk; I mean why pay ££££ when you can pay ££?
This week I pulled together my latest find by Rare London, a depiction of Jonathan Saunders' Resort 2014 collection, inspired by the effervescent scene of Miami's Art Deco District. When setting out on my quest to acquire this season's craze; the 2-Piece, I knew I wanted something flattering and fitting, only baring a slight midriff, with a skirt as opposed to shorts. The key to dressing to your figure is by creating illusions for the wandering eye. In this case, the matching hemlines camouflage a short skirt and create a flattering fit, with a small midriff occurring just above the waist (the smallest part of your upper torso). For under £50 I got a complete set
With neon colours sweeping the highstreet right now it looks like bold prints and neon brights are all the rage this season. Looking for a 2-piece? Check out Zara for some liquorice allsort inspired prints as well as Hawaiian floral sweeps (mainly short sets).
For the skinnier/petite frame, I would recommend Topshop which has its floors covered with its fair share of floral bralets and mini crops. Topshop is definitely top of the crop this season!
Looking to accentuate your assets this season? Then Topshop and Zara both have in the high waisted pencil skirt; whilst the fuller, longer skirt is available for those of you with never ending legs (I WISH!).
Check out Rare London's latest collection here or check out Topshop's Oxford Circus Flagship Store (LG Floor) for the Rare London Concession buys!
What I wore:
Top - Rare London £24.99
Skirt - Rare London £24.99
Boyfriend Blazer - Zara £79
LENKA Platform Sandals - Topshop £45
Necklace - Topshop £10
Handbag - Gucci Soho Disco Bag £570