This article was written for Annabel & Grace, which is now part of Rest Less.
So, once again, we will all be staying at home a lot more over the next few months and casual outfits will be foremost in our minds. So I’ve been on the look out for people who have an innate casual style we can all emulate for those occasions when we do venture out… even if it is only to Tesco!
When I last saw my friend Beth, I just had to take a pic of her outfit. She achieves stylish rock chic effortlessly here with the chunky polo, black leather jacket, bobble hat and a practical sized crossbody bag from Meg & Bee (£150 approx depending on choice of strap). Here are some (more affordable) options:
Cashmere cable knit bobble hat Holland & Cooper £59
Leather jacket from Top Shop £169
Tears & Tantrums Rock and Roll sweatshirt Not On The High Street £34
Crossbody bag available from Oliver Bonas £46
And here’s Bumble, who is looking particularly well groomed and gorgeous.
Double breasted trench coat – Marks & Spencer £55
Wide leg Prince of Wales trousers from La Redoute £40
The ever-elegant Marvellous-Mother-In-Law who has fully embraced colour with this vivid jumper that really adds a pop of upbeat red to her relaxed and comfortable outfit.
Cashmere star jumper from Not On The High Street £65
Grey marl cashmere from The White Company £159
Pink jumper from Next £28
Last, but definitely not least, is BackPacking Granny who looks fantastic in her animal print. She likes to support small businesses and recommends MyBoutique.
Leopard coat from Simply Be £49
Everyday Canvas Tote by J. Crew £9
Charlotte Suede Leopard shoes by Calla £90
Lots more fantastic fashion and style tips here