Our weekend was devoted to beauty product swatching, admiring the newly replenished rails on the High Street and coveting new arm candy to add to our already plentiful collections. With a few weeks left on our countdown to the elusive payday, we’ve compiled an edit of the best on the High Street at the moment.
Welcoming the warmer weather with some light hues, romantic details and a shorter hem, we’re adding these Miss Selfridge dresses to our springtime wardrobes. Perfect teamed with a bare leg, lace trim socks and a pair of studded flat ankle boots. For an extra tailored finish to your outfit, try adding a blazer too – we love this one from Zara.
Coming out on top this season is the infamous & Other Stories. With their shiny new Regent Street flagship store now attracting thousands of fashion enthusiasts flocking for their sleek, minimalistic styles, we’ve also jumped firmly onto that bandwagon and only slightly need this Blue V-Neck Cardigan that wouldn’t look out of place paired with a bright floral bralet and leather shorts. Oh yes.
Another favourite at Aesthetic House is Zara’s new season offerings. From tribal inspired prints to beautiful ethnic embellishments, oh-so-perfect textures and that summery loose fit, our SS13 look is set to feel bohemian, tailored, minimalistic and, y’know, comfortable. We’ve got our priorities in check with leather shorts, printed shirts and this neckline embellishments that means no added jewellery necessary.
Shop our April High Street Edit now:
(Khaki tie-back maxi dress, £35, Miss Selfridge;
Pink embellished swing dress, £45, Miss Selfridge;
Printed denim pinafore, £40, Miss Selfridge;
Blue V-neck cardigan, £55, & Other Stories;
Faux leather five-pocket shorts, £22.99, Zara;
Top with beaded neckline, £29.99, Zara;
Embroidered sweatshirt, £59.99, Zara.)
Michelle Chai is a self-confessed colour avoider, avid coffee enthusiast, multi-tasker extraordinaire and, by night, a regular fashion blogger at Daisybutter. She edits Aesthetic (both online and print) and really enjoys her ongoing quest for the perfect knit. FYI, this one came close to nabbing the title.