This story is decades old, slightly patched over and worn in parts, but the original tale is still there – our love affair with Ever Ours began at the touch of a button and from the word go, our attention has been held captive by enchantingly floaty dresses, whimsical prints, a crisp collar and only the daintiest of jewellery. Today, our attention turns to the Ever Ours shirt, a must-have in every Aesthetic girl’s wardrobe…

Straight into our closets – and into our hearts – is the Floral Detailed Blouse. A simple choice with a quirky Marc Jacobs’ Daisy twist, this collared number has little floral appliques on the collar – perfect for teaming with a pinafore dress or with cigarette jeans and a studded ankle boot. A must buy, if we ever did see one.

Beginning to toughen things up a bit, Ever Ours have also begun to step into a more textured, Western territory. This Western Floral Blouse has a beautiful floral insert panel and batwing fit. An insider style tip? Pair yours with dungaree shorts, lace ankle socks and brogues this spring.

Finally, the Navy Laser Cut Blouse ticks every box for the Dolly Dresser. A scallop edge lace collar, accent trim pocket and stunning swing fit is all on the menu with this little number. We especially adore pairing ours with midwash jeans, a flatform sandal and little bowler hat. Oh so charming.

Visit Ever Ours now at http://www.everours.co.uk/.

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.


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