Inject a fresh pop of bright into your rotation with this vibrant shade. A full co-ord suit or statement dress makes for a big impact. Or if you’re less adventurous, take a subtler route with strappy heels or a structured bag in the highlighter hue.
Gilda Crystal-Embellished Mini Bag, $1,317, Amina Muaddi at Farfetch
You’d be hard pressed to find something that offers as much of a visual impact as ruffles. Feminine frills add instant drama that can be dressed down with structured staples, edged up with sleek leather pieces or paired with volume for maximum effect. For a more understated take, slip into a pair of candy- floss slides that will have you smiling all day.
Popularised by rappers in the ’80s and a staple of street fashion in the ’90s, bucket hats have overtaken trucker caps as a fashion mainstay. Have fun with the topper and pick one in a whimsical hue. Then, clash it with the rest of your outfit for cool insouciance.
Want an effortless shortcut to drama? Fringe it. Tasselled accessories are a great way to ease into the trend; or go down a “the more, the merrier” route by teaming them with a fringed skirt for added impact. Adding playful movement, a feminine twist and a peekaboo show of skin, this look defo has fringe benefits.
Turner Fringed Satin Skirt, S$2,060, Halfpenny London from Net-A-Porter
Whether you’re 16 or 60, the boiler suit can easily become one of the hardest-working pieces in your wardrobe. Flattering and easy to style, cinch yours with a belt for a more pulled-together look and balance the industrial vibes with statement accessories and luxe extras.
Never underestimate the visual impact of a great pair of drop earrings framing your face. Wear a single one like for a touch of debonair flair or reach for a pair of shoulder-grazers like those at Dolce&Gabbana for a guaranteed entrance. These baubles will surely add that extra something to your OOTD instantly.
Move aside, roomy totes. The iconic Y2K shoulder bag made popular by Paris Hilton and Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw in the early Noughts has found favour once again. Twice as long as it is wide, with just enough space to hold a woman’s essentials (phone, credit cards, keys, a lipstick or two), the chic iterations from this season show that good things can come in small packages.