It came, it conquered. The Topshop camisole has been seen everywhere over the summer, and it remains to be seen hanging from our shoulders even today. (Case in point.) Make your wardrobe work harder with our updated guide to working that cami even when the temperatures dip.
First up, we all know how London likes to throw caution to the wind and bring us an Indian summer when it thinks we’ve packed our wardrobes away. Oh no siree, we don’t do things like that anymore. Far too savvy for even the most odd of weather switch-ups, pair your cami with some monochrome check trousers and a low heel cut-out boot for an easy-going autumn transition.
The lightweight cami is pretty much screaming to be worn with a fluffy layer right? Forgo the coat – for now – and style yours with a light cardigan, left open front. Don’t stop there, throw an even chunkier, cosier number on top and whip a belt around the waist for a devil-may-care kinda look. Don’t forget the chunky loafer and an over-complicated hairdo either.
Finally, the silky cami is our go-to for keeping the pink trend in tow. The light texture makes it ideal for a soft finish in pink, so pair it with a tailored trouser and boxy jacket in a suit style. We love these Zara flats and a cute, essential for wind-proofing our hair, bowler hat.
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(Nude strappy V-neck cami, £18, Topshop;
Check cigarette trousers, £40, Topshop;
Leather sling back ankle boots, £59.99, Zara;
Blush strappy satin cami, £20, Topshop;
Pink fluffy pocket cardigan, £39, Miss Selfridge;
Dark grey super stretch trousers, £14.99, H&M;
Belt with large stones, £19.99, Zara;
Chester tassel loafers, £155, Russell & Bromley;
Dusty pink strappy V-neck cami, £18, Topshop;
Square texture jacket, £34, Miss Selfridge;
Wrap leather pencil skirt, £275, Whistles;
Pointed moccasin with tassel, £25.99, 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.