Summer Twin Set

Bunnipunch street style 2014Bunnipunch street style 2014Bunnipunch street style 2014Bunnipunch street style 2014 Bunnipunch street style 2014Now that the summer is here I am all about co-ordinates and matching twin suits. There is a fair few options on the market now but I love this ASOS jacket and shorts combo and it’s embellished design. With a soft floral print, the texture and embellishment just highlights the classic fit and colours and compliments them with some pop and modernism. Both the jacket and shorts are really comfortable to wear and I think this will be a regular look for me during the day of even in the evening.

I wanted a nice pastel contrast with this look and I love this loose and cap-sleeved shirt from Fashion Union. Available in a soft fabric with delicate buttons, this blouse is very deserve and would look great with anything!

I haven’t worn Clarks shoes for such a long time so it was great to wear the brand again and experiment with some of their S/S pieces. I don’t normally wear wedges but I loved these tropical print wedges which are very summery and SO comfortable. With Black leather, these wedges are great for this new hot weather and I can’t wait to wear them more.

Socks are the new accessory to wear with your shoes for S/S 2014 and Item M6 have some great options that are supportive, trendy and best of all, colourful! I love these mint options and I think they look great with this outfit! With great stretchy material, these socks are great and will be a regular on my feet for the summer!

To finish off my pastel features, I thought these drop violet earrings from Accessorize gave this look a little more glamour. With a few colour pops that fit perfectly, this earrings are comfortable and look great with this look.

Blazer and Shorts – ASOS

Shirt – Fashion Union

Shoes – Clarks

Socks – Item M6

Necklace – Tatty Devine

Earrings – Accessorize

Images by Gary Spencer-Tracey


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