You know when something just grabs you and you think WOW, that is a look that i love. Inspiration hits you like a bolt of fashion lightening and you think to yourself, this is the most perfect spring smart/casual, stylish yet quite wearable look that i must have.
Yep. That's what happened when i saw this stunning outfit over at Shopbop.
Similar jeans: Julia Straight Leg by Paige
But at £300 for a top, alas it's not meant to be for me ( my kids need feeding, like all the time;)
But that doesn't mean i can't take inspiration from this look and recreate on a (much)smaller budget.
Now the thing with yellow is there are so many different hues, shades and tones which is good really as yellow can be a tricky colour to wear. My advise would be try a few shades out and see how they sit with your skin tone and hair colour. I know blondes find this colour a difficult one, but try an ochre or a mustardy yellow for a contrast between hair and top.
The yellow top hunt has commenced...
My first stop was this at Topshop after seeing it on Suzie of Hello October's IG feed whilst she attended London Fashion Week. She styled this with a black biker jacket, distressed jeans and red shoes.. It was a gorgeous striking look. This blouse would work well through spring summer too.
A little knitted crop jumper up next. Very cute and would work great with a midi skirt due to its cropped waist hem. Or high waisted jeans would work well too.
Darker ochre shade from M&S now, the lazer cut detail is gorgeous and i love the look with smart black ankle grazer trousers.
A little more relaxed with a hint of boho, add some blue kickflare jeans for a more modern look.
The styling of this creates a relaxed fun look which makes the top look less dressy (which i like!) But it could also work tremendously well with some black coated skinny jeans and some red pointed heels.
So yellow, its usually a divider.. Love or Loathe?
I dug out my only yellow item and gave it a whirl this week and really enjoyed the look.