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This month I'm going to show you how I followed my own advice and took an outfit out and about. I was asked to do a presentation at Ladies Day at Wincanton Races and to judge The Best Turned Out Lady. Quite a tall order. What to wear?! I went for this matching blue trousers and top from The Watercolour Print Collection at Jigsaw; a beautiful range of pastel tops, skirts and trousers with soft dreamy colours reminiscent of Monet. This trend, ‘Modern Pastels,’ is very wearable and is a great way to bring pastels into your wardrobe, a palette most of us usually steer away from. These stylish cigarette-leg trousers are made of soft cotton with a touch of stretch in the material, so they are easy to wear and very comfortable; perfect as I was going to have to do a lot of running around! The modern directional print makes them very slimming and because the material is such great quality they give a beautiful, sleek silhouette.
Here I am at the Races choosing runner up Gill Griffin whom I totally surprised. She looked perfectly elegant in her outfit and tonal accessories. I dressed my outfit up with a one off Cozmo Jenks hat, a white tuxedo jacket (Asos) and white stilettos (yes! white stilettos, go on, you know you want a pair!) from Topshop. A sharp, dressed up summer look but with a real difference. Matching pieces give you both a smart, stylish trend and they open up so many options to create other looks as separates; a great cost saving and much more fun to play with. I'm now getting lots of wear out of the top and trousers on their own. I've worn the super soft silk top untucked with jeans and heels to a party. The trousers have looked great with loafers and a jacket for meetings and with sandals and a soft leather jacket for a more casual vibe. When the sun shines, I plan to add a belt, vest t-shirt and pumps, for an easy summer time look.
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