Season to Season Staples from Chi Chi
It is more important now than maybe ever before, to make our wardrobes are versatile as possible, with staple pieces that can stretch through the season like never before! And we’ve got some tips help keep those staples relevant throughout the year, so you can turn them into something fitting for any occasion when that day finally comes!
- Printed blouses
One thing every girl needs in her wardrobe are staple and adaptable blouses. There are so many ways to dress up a casual blouse especially if they’re printed, pairing with black leather look trousers in the winter or complimentary coloured cigarette pants with trainers or sandals in the summer. Layering a printed blouse under plain v-neck jumpers in the winter with the collar showing, is also a great fun way to introduce print into your more neutral coloured palette outfits.
- Day Dress
The Day Dress is probably the most versatile item you can have in your wardrobe and can be worn in SO many different ways to suit every mood. Building around this one item, you can wear this at least three ways. Take for example the Moira Dress, in the Autumn wear with tights and boots. In the winter with a jumper over the top turning it into a skirt. And in the summer pair casually with trainers, or heels for a more formal affair. Take a look at some of our favourites options here;
TOP TIPS – transitional base colours take the dress through the seasons such as darker colours which are easier to transition to wear formally. So remember that prints like the Eden dress are what you’re looking for to make for a more versatile piece.
We are spoilt for choice when it comes to knitted co-ords at the moment. Not only are you getting two pieces which go perfectly together, but separate items that can both either be dressed up or down. You’re really getting bang for your buck here! Think about neutral sets that can easily worn with other prints and that are slightly oversized to be worn over other items. We’ve got some great ones for you to choose from below: