July 15th, 2017
Planning a last minute tour of one of Europe’s biggest party cities? You need to look the part. That means packing the carry on with the right amount of clothes to skip the airline charges and still boss all day and all night style.
Still debating on what to take or even where to go? (Nothing like leaving it till the last minute). Then here’s our guide on the top three hottest weekend destinations to book in 2017 and the city break outfits you need to throw in that case too:
The nightlife in Riga could put Ibiza to shame, with plenty of clubs and bars to check out until the early hours
- Skyline bar – if you and the boys are feeling a bit fancy, check out the Skyline bar. It’s €3 to get in – which is probably still cheaper than that club with the sticky floors in your local town centre – but you can try out cocktails and view the city below.
- B Bar – this is the place to go to try out the local spirit, Riga Black Balsam. The taste isn’t exactly great but with 90% alcohol content it’ll definitely start the party.
- Big Bad Bagels – grab your breakfast here to soak up the night before. Fresh bagels full with great fillings. Can’t go wrong.
Riga’s a pretty cultured location – so when it comes to your city break wardrobe it’s time to take your everyday casual ensembles and dress them up a bit for the evening.
We’re not talking tux and tie but a classic plain t-shirt and dark jeans will do the job. Throw on a Harrington jacket to smarten things up (our Moleskin style is a good choice) – plus it’ll keep you warm when you leave the club in the early hours as Riga doesn’t boast the hottest of climates. Slip some brogue shoes in the case to finish off.
The party starts once you get on the Eurostar – as you head towards the city of lights with those plans for a huge weekend. Amidst the coffee shops and high end fashion there’s a world of cheeky bars, hidden clubs and party venues to check out on that city break.
- Glass – Head into the back streets of the city and drop into Glass, where you can drink and dance until 5am.
- Candelaria – you’ll have to look hard for the back door to this bar but once you’re in you’ll never want to leave.
- Hutch – get a hotdog down you before a night out in the bars, this place is the best spot to pick up dinner for under €7 in Paris. Bargain.
It’s Paris – so you need to look good right? The French capital is like London when it comes to temperature – so you’ll be fine with a smart pair of jeans, lightweight shirt (roll the sleeves up though) and a denim jacket thrown on top for the evening and travelling. Leather fashion trainers should get you in everywhere.
With bars that open all night long – you’ll be sad to go home. Trek up to Sunny Beach and you’ll find plenty of sand to spend the day on, topping up your tan ready for the night ahead.
- Cash Club – this beach bar is a hotspot for enjoying RnB tunes and chilling before heading to one of the big nightclubs when the night starts to warm up.
- Dance Center Mania – this huge club features table dancers and a huge dance floor and a well stocked bar. You won’t need to go anywhere else once you’re in.
- Jupiter Steak House – Meat = good. Portion size = good. Sorted. The best place for fueling before the party starts.
A good-looking pair of boardshorts will see you through from the morning to staying up all night on your city break in Bulgaria. Even if you decide to check out the historical sites in Nessebar in the day you’ll still get away with that swimwear that could pass for shorts and a printed t-shirt once you leave the hotel to check out the clubs.
Apps to see you through
One up your mates and party like a local – with these top apps to download and whip out on your city break.
- Skyscanner – for the best deals on flights and hotels.
- Untappd – find the nearest beers and breweries in the city you’re in.
- Google translate – so you don’t order anything dodgy on the menu.
- Splittr – have a cheeky mate who never gets a round in? Keep tabs on who’s paid for what at dinner and drinks during your trip, with this app.
Looking for more inspo when it comes to city break outfit ideas? Then hit up our holiday shop to see the latest styles.Read more
July 11th, 2017
If you’ve swiped left on bodycon in the past, it’s time to start up that relationship again. The bodycon dress is a hot look for whatever party you find yourself at this summer – perfect if you fancy showing off when your ex turns up or catching the eye of your crush.
We’ve moved on from the bandage looks of the 00s to lounge-worthy styles – with glam Bardot necklines – that can be worn whether you’re on that plane to somewhere sunny or partying in the back garden with your mates.
Ready to be schooled? Then here’s our round up on how to wear a bodycon dress and include the must have style on your clothes rail:
How to wear a bodycon dress
Buy a bodycon dress. Put it on. Feel badass.
Any shape or size can work bodycon – so you shouldn’t feel afraid to embrace it for that summer of big parties, wedding crashing and letting loose on your trip abroad.
Where can I wear a bodycon dress?
Bodycon can work for just about every situation you find yourself in this summer. We recommend nabbing a bodycon dress in black – just to keep things simple and easy to style.
Here are just a few top suggestions of where to pull the bodycon out:
- The summer wedding – Wear a basic bodycon dress in a midi length – with a strong fascinator and heels and you’ll get yourself in all the professional snaps.
- The summer first date – Team with fashion trainers and a hoodie for a casual summer date look.
- The beach party – Leave the sandals behind and dance barefoot in the sand, with just your bodycon dress and UV paint.
- The office without AC – Bodycon is so comfy you’ll feel cool, even when the temperature turns up and the office air con isn’t on. Pair with a lightweight blazer for that big meeting.
- The dancefloor – Dress jewellery and barely-there heels are great with a bodycon dress for long nights on the dancefloor – with salt sprayed hair and a glowing tan, of course.
When can I wear a bodycon dress?
Whenever it takes your fancy.
Bodycon dresses are one of the easiest to dress up or down – chuck on sandals for casual beach style or pair with heels and get the contour out for a night on the town. Wear a strappy style over a lightweight t-shirt for grunge vibes or team with an oversized jumper and high top trainers for an easy travel look. You do you, boo.
How to introduce bodycon to your wardrobe
Dress vs skirt
The bodycon style is usually reserved for skirts and dresses, and you’re probably wondering which is best to give a go first if you’re just dipping your toe into the look.
Skirts allow you to ease yourself into the figure hugging style. Pair one with a lightweight cami and you’re good for the summer. It still lets you show off all the hard work you’ve done at the gym on the squat rack, but you won’t feel too exposed.
If you’re feeling mega confident, simply throw on a dress and work those curves. Heels can give you a little boost and plenty of us ladies swear by shapewear for a smooth look.
Take a cover up
Work your way up to the full reveal with a lightweight kimono this summer – wear this over your bodycon dress because who really trusts their phone weather app? Crochet knits are hot this year and give off that carefree summer vibe. Wear with strappy sandals and wavy hair and you’ll be set for those chill summer BBQs and warm evenings dancing in the crowd at festivals.
Not just for summer
Bodycon dresses aren’t just for hotter days – throw one in to the mix when you’ve got to stick the heating on again and those balmy nights are a thing of the past. A bodycon dress over a pair of thick tights lets you carry on the look and a long sleeved style means you don’t have to worry about a jumper. Wear it for autumn bar hopping on a Friday night or with a big coat when you plan a boozy trip to that Christmas market later this year.
Ready to embrace the bodycon dress? Don’t forget to hit up our range of the hottest seasonal styles.Read more
July 5th, 2017
Mixed by DJ Dick Butcher, Superdry Audio 1, the album, will launch 16 June 2017. The album will take the listener on a retrospective musical journey into the future sounds and beats that represent Superdry. Each track has been carefully selected to capture the essence of the global lifestyle brand, Superdry.
How did the album come about?
Music is paramount to enhance and complement the Superdry customer experience. Venturing into the music arena to offer a unique Superdry soundtrack was a natural progression. The album has been carefully selected with tracks that will appeal to a wide audience for Superdry customers and beyond.
Julian Dunkerton, Founder of Superdry
‘An exciting collaboration’
Dick Butcher, DJ
‘After making playlists for Superdry for many years, it’s a privilege to finally give the public a slice of the Superdry sound’
The album will be available on iTunes and Google play from 16 June 2017.
Tickets for the tour will go on sale in June and details will be available on www.djdickbutcher.com and social media platforms.
About Dick Butcher the DJ
Dick has been selecting the soundtrack for the Superdry in store experience for many years and has DJ’d the world over – from classic venues like The London Astoria to Innocence Fruitstock Festival. He was a resident DJ for the Fez Club Group and has worked alongside international DJs including Calvin Harris, Tinie Tempah, Judge Jules.
Artists featured on the album include: Fred B & Grafix, Icarus, Joe Goddard, High Contrast, Rudimental, Fouk and remixes by RAC, Hot Since 82, Dick Butcher.
‘Audio 1’ Summer Tour 2017
The ‘Audio 1’ tour will kick off in June visiting major cities in the UK – playing various clubs and summer events in addition to guest appearances at various Superdry stores before heading to Europe.Read more
July 3rd, 2017
This summer, we’re heading on a global tour to celebrate the brand’s incredible fans. Making stops across Europe, USA, Asia and more, the brand will be hosting legendary music events that are true to the roots of each city.
So far, we’ve been to Amsterdam, Berlin, the Summerburst festival in Gothenburg and Stockholm, Sweden, and London. And we’re headed to Barcelona next. One of our staff – Alison Hardwick – is one step ahead of us and has given us some tips on the cities hidden gems.
Barcelona is the place to be and here’s why. It has everything you could possibly need – non-stop sunshine, sandy beaches, stunning architecture, tasty tapas and salsa dancing to the early hours. Even Mr. Sheeran himself made a song about this great city which sums up its loveable charm perfectly, so if you don’t believe me, you can believe him.
If you’re looking for culture, there’s plenty to find all over the city. Most of the Gaudi attractions are easily accessible on the Metro – from wandering round the incredible La Sagrada Familia, trying to lift your jaw off the floor to relaxing in Park Gaudi listening to some classical guitar. To have the true experience, you have to visit the famous markets of Las Ramblas and lose yourself in the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter. There you should find colourful markets, boutique stores, bakeries and cafes. Once your feet have given up walking, Barceloneta Beach is a welcome rest.
For a quick snack to keep you going, head to Karlito’s Juice Bar, which sells the most beautiful smoothies you will ever see – Instagram heaven! Check out @karlitos_barcelona. And of course, there is tapas… lots of tapas. Because what holiday is complete without copious amounts of delicious and indulgent food? The city is literally full of tapas bars and restaurants, but if you’re willing to spend a little, one of the best places to eat is Sensi Gourmet Tapas restaurant, tucked away in the back streets. Most importantly, the sangria is on point.
By night, the city comes to life in true Spanish style! Streets that were once quiet and calm by day open their shutters to become magical hubs bursting with people, colour and music from the many bars and clubs. Stick in the Gothic Quarter and you can’t go wrong, there’s an adventure round every corner. Make sure you don’t have too much sangria so that you can navigate yourself to El Bombón, a lively little Caribbean bar where the music and mojitos will carry you all night long!
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June 28th, 2017
This summer, we’re heading on a global tour to celebrate the brand’s incredible fans. Making stops across Europe, USA, Asia and more, the brand will be hosting legendary music events that are true to the roots of each city.
So far, we’ve been to Amsterdam, Berlin, and the Summerburst festival in Gothenburg and Stockholm, Sweden. And we’re headed back to our roots with our London event on 29 June. One of our Stratford store staff – Isis Spence – is one step ahead of us and has given us some tips on East London’s hidden gems.
Living in an East London Melting Pot
Growing up in the hustle and bustle of East London, I’ve had the first hand experience of a true East London upbringing. And where I call home is Walthamstow; found at the northern end of the Victoria line.
Let me take you on a few footsteps of my childhood
1. Walthamstow Market
This market is truly a place to visit. It is the longest outdoor street market in Europe, filled with an array of stalls that sell food, cultural clothes, household goods; and a wide range of cafes and restaurants selling everything from Caribbean cuisine to traditional East London grub such as pie and mash and jellied eels.
The beauty of this market, is if you’re not fortunate enough to have the opportunities to travel the world, here in this market the worlds beauty comes to you. Exotic fruit and veg fills most stalls on your journey through the market, the smell of freshly make baklava from Turkish stalls fills the streets and the sweet scent of spices from Asia sold to make everyone’s dinner a little bit more sassy. A visual treat for the senses.
2. Box Park Shoreditch
Hopping on the train, for 17 minuets from Walthamstow Overground to Liverpool Street takes you to the quirky side of London. In particular the Box Park.
Now imagine shipping containers, filled with your favourite high street/luxury bands….
Fusing the concepts of the modern street food market and pop-up retail mall, this gem is situated in the heart of London to deliver a community of brands specialising in fashion, arts, food and drink. It is the world’s very first pop-up mall and i’m sure not the last!
3. Hollow Ponds
Now when people think of East London, they might think its what we call a ‘concrete jungle’ however you couldn’t be more wrong.
10 minuets on the bus from Walthamstow central takes you to Leytonstone (the home of hollow ponds).
What I love so dearly about this place is that it is very random, I mean if I told you there was a huge pond filled with swans, rowing boats and various little creatures deep in East London, would you believe me?
This rare find is perfect for those bank holiday picnics, walking the dog, jogging and so much more Read more
June 20th, 2017
Maxi dresses are the master of mix and match – super easy to dress down but also capable of making you look extra hot at all those summer events in your diary. If you’ve been asking yourself ‘where can I wear a maxi dress this summer?’ wonder no more, girls – just follow these tips and you’re sorted.
For the beer garden meet up
The Whatsapp group is lit, the sun isn’t going away any time soon and you and your mates are all free for a catch up over some ice cold ciders. A maxi dress, is the perfect throw on for such an occasion. Team yours with some fashion trainers, your fave sunnies and get ready to chill in the sunshine.
Our Tri League Maxi Dress is the perfect casual style to wear for such a moment, with a sporty design you’ll feel super relaxed with that drink in hand. Oh, and it has pockets. Always a win.
For the 9-5 desk job
Warmer weather brings with it the question of what’s appropriate to wear to the office – too much leg and the HR lady will be ‘having a word’, not enough and you’ll be a hot mess. That’s where a work maxi dress comes in. Not only is it long enough not to cause a fuss but it should keep you pretty cool too. Just sling on some wedge heels, add some lippie if you’ve got a big meeting and you’ll be nailing easy office style.
Our Tiered Tie Maxi Dress comes in a vintage inspired pattern that works in any office setting –way more exciting than black – and you can even throw it in your case for that last minute Ibiza getaway with the girls.
For the evening do invite
Single at a wedding? Not a bridesmaid? Get that maxi out. These floor skimming dresses are the perfect evening do outfit, without the evening do price tag. Wedding maxi dresses, even in a jersey material, won’t have the mother of the bride raising an eyebrow at your outfit. Plus, they’ll hug in all the right places, so you can catch the eye of that cheeky best man.
Our Evissia Split Maxi Dress is the perfect choice for when that summer wedding invite drops through the door, it’s definitely a posh maxi dress with a delicate back design that makes it elegant enough for the ceremony, while the stretchy material means you can still grind on the dancefloor later.
For the cocktail bar on holiday
All inclusive holidays are the perfect opportunity to try every single cocktail available on the menu, while chatting up that cute bar tender of course. Grab a beach maxi dress you can throw on as a cover up throughout the day and that will see you through until the evening – when you’re having too much of a good time to go up to your room and change.
Our Emilia Smocked Racer Back Maxi features a cheeky split skirt, keeping you cool but showing off some leg at the same time. It looks great with sliders but add some heels and you’re ready for a night checking out the clubs nearby.
Getting married on a sandy beach? We’re not jealous at all (we totally are). But if you still haven’t got your hands on a frock, we reckon a lightweight maxi will do it – with bare feet and salt spritzed hair you’ll be a beautiful boho bride. Plus, it’s super affordable, which means you’ll have more cash for that bar tab – drinks are on you and your new beau!
Our Isla Scoop Crochet Maxi Dress is perfect for saying your I do’s with your toes in the sand – pretty and lightweight it’ll look stunning with a golden tan.
For the backyard BBQ
Seizing the opportunity of the sun with a bbq with your mates? That means dressing comfy enough for lounging but with a summer chic – a simple jersey material maxi in a striped print works. Pair it with sandals and a high ponytail for a casual vibe that still looks good but isn’t too try hard.
Our Essential Stripe Maxi is perfect for that BBQ get together – it’s lightweight material means you’ll definitely stay cool if the sun decides to come out while it’s figure hugging style shows off all the hard work you’ve been putting in at the gym.
Don’t forget to check out our range of maxi dresses and shorter styles for that awesome summer you have planned. We got you, girl.Read more
June 13th, 2017
Serial over packer? Take ten pairs of shoes and only wear two? All you need for the summer ahead of partying with the girls, chatting up the boys and poolside chilling is a few well planned ensembles that make perfect outfits for the beach, as well as the bars.
Here’s a quick guide – featuring how to smash those suitcase weight limits and how to double up outfits for that hot summer break.
That 15kg luggage weight allowance is pretty harsh, but it’s the standard amount dished out by most airlines now – which is why it pays to pack savvy. The first thing you can do is take a smaller case – the bigger the bag the more you’ll stuff in it – because, science.
Go smaller and you’ll think smarter when it comes to what to take – plus there will be no embarrassing extra charges when you get to the check in desk. Cringe.
Skip the bumper sized hair wash and grab the can of dry shampoo – after all you’re not going to be spending much time in that hotel room and wavy salt sprayed hair is a cute look. Just cutting out shampoo and conditioner should see that number on the scale drop. For everything else opt for travel sized options
Easy pieces you can double up:
Everything in this list can be mixed and matched and worn more than once, for easy summer styling and a super light case.
Quick packing checklist:
- Denim shorts
- Strappy sandals
- Maxi dress x2
- Cami top x2
- One-piece swimsuit x2
- Short playsuit
- Oversized jumper
And the obvious underwear and toiletries – you need those.
Embrace the playsuit
These fancy onesies are the holy grail of doubling up holiday outfits. Lightweight enough to wear around the pool – just add some dress jewellery, heels and a cat eye and you’ll be catching the eye of that cute group of lads on the dancefloor later in the evening. Leave hair looking sunkissed and tousled, this summer it’s all about minimalist looks and spontaneous moments.
Short playsuits are the best option – they’ll keep you cool all day long and make your pins look incredible with that tan. We’re loving bold prints at the moment – look for botanical designs featuring tropical leaves and strong florals
Photo credit: @polabur
Swimwear is eveningwear
As bodysuits continue to gain popularity, there’s nothing wrong with doubling up your swimwear as a cheeky top for the evening too. Just make sure it’s completely dry and then leave it on – add a bodycon skirt and strappy sandals then find the nearest bar to start your evening off right.
And when you end up jumping in the hotel pool later in the dark you’ll be dressed for it – just don’t get caught by the manager.
Shoes for every scenario
Sandals are not only perfect when you’re avoiding the hot sand on the beach but they can easily double up for the evening too. In fact, they’re the only pair of shoes you’ll need all holiday – that should keep the weight down.
Lace up styles work for day and night – they can even be worn on the plane to keep your toes cool and minimise the airport security hustle.
Kimono a go-go
For easy summer style by the pool and for the evening – you’ve got to pack a crochet kimono. This lightweight cover-up works if you’re just taking a break from the sun while feeling the effects of the night before or starting early at the pool bar – but it can also be easily paired with a little denim shorts and a cami for a chill evening look.
A jumper might not be the first item of clothing that springs to mind when you think ‘summer holiday’ – but it’s actually the perfect double up piece.
Throw on an oversized crew neck style with a pair of denim shorts and sandals for the plane. It’s also ideal if the air con is strong in the hotel room or if the temperature drops at night – when you’re still hanging out on the beach in your short shorts. And you’ll be thankful for it when you land back in Blighty and the rain is lashing down.
Easy maxi dresses
Maxi dresses work as a cover up when you’re sitting back sipping drinks by the pool, but they’re also good for the evening when you head out for the night – checking out the clubs along the main strip. Just add a clutch and some lippie and you’re ready.
Look for a figure hugging dress to show off all that hard work you did in the gym beforehand. Pick a couple up in an easy to style colour – can’t go wrong with black, khaki or grey, which won’t clash against the UV paint you’re going to cover yourself in at the boat party later in the evening. They also make for great dancing accessories – pick up the hems and feel the flow.
These beauties are well loved by those who travel. Backpackers rave about their huge list of potential uses. A sarong is the perfect beach cover-up – but can also be worn as a skirt, a dress and even trousers if you tie it up correctly. Perfect if you find yourself at a last minute beach party and have nothing but swimwear on you.
It can also double up as your beach towel, a blanket for the plane and even something to carry stuff in if your bag breaks. Trust us, pack a sarong and you’re set.
Ready to go? Then hit up our holiday shop first and get ready for a summer of fun.Read more
June 7th, 2017
Picturing yourself on a beach is easy. Picturing yourself looking Insta-worthy when you’re staring into your wardrobe at last season’s summer gear is a bit different. Read on to get the lowdown on beach outfit ideas and what to bring for whatever your summer holiday has in store.
All day beach party looks – boarding now.
Retro swimsuits in Playa d’en Bossa, Ibiza
If you’re hitting up the strip on the party island after a day of sunning on the coastline, grab swimwear that not only works for the beach but also teams well with a pair of denim shorts and sandals for easy night time style. Our Varsity ’09 Swimsuit definitely ticks this box – ideal for spontaneous party invites, wear this as a bodysuit for a look that will see you through until you stumble back to your hotel in the early hours.
Photo credit (left): @toularouse
Short shorts on Sunny Beach, Bulgaria
With more sun than Miami, aptly named Sunny Beach in Bulgaria is definitely the spot to pull out the short shorts. Grab a pair in a printed style and team with a triangle bikini top and flip flops for casual beach vibes. Perfect if you decide to skip the beach altogether later and head off on one of the excursions available – whether that’s quad biking on the sand dunes or if you’re headed out on a boat party.
Cover up but give a little peek of that hot swimwear in a crochet women’s beach dress for days best spent on Kavos’s gorgeous beaches. Add an anklet for true I’m on holiday style – but save the tie dye sarong for another day. Team your summer beach dress with a one-piece, plunging swimsuit in a bold print for a totally effortless yet feminine look. Throw off the dress when you decide to jump into the water or when you chill poolside on that inflatable swan.
Photo credit (left): @laylapanam
Sporty style on Nissi Beach, Cyprus
Ayia Napa rivals Ibiza when it comes to its party scene and nightlife but by day Nissi Beach is the place to hang. A sporty style is best when it comes to outfits for the beach here. You’ll look the part in a halter neck bikini and baseball cap while you and your girls crush that group of hungover lads at beach volleyball. Shots are on them later.
Playsuits and UV paint on Haad Rin beach, Koh Phangan
If you’re trekking round Thailand, a night at the Full Moon Party on the island of Koh Phangan is a must. Head down to the beach in a printed playsuit over your swimwear – you’re definitely going to end up in the ocean later. Then let the artists there decorate you with UV paint, ready for a night of dancing on the sand. Grab a sandcastle bucket full of booze, fill up at the food stands and Snapchat your mates at home to show them what they’re missing out on.
Ready to get packing these outfits for the beach? Check out our holiday shop first – before you learn all the Spanish parts to Despacito and pop that padlock on your suitcase.Read more
June 2nd, 2017
You’ve got your girls, you’ve got the lippie, now you just need a summer night out top that will make ‘em stop and stare. Summer is full of excuses to party and those in the know know that the party doesn’t really start until the sun goes down. The perfect look depends on the party, so check out our tips below on the perfect womens tops for every scenario.
End of term party
You’ve been waiting for this moment since…well…September. The party of all uni parties is about to begin. It’s time to kick back and celebrate with your uni mates for one last night out before you head home for the summer. Your crush has texted you twice to confirm when you’re going and you’re hoping to get a summer pash goodbye.
The Lenox Bodysuit gives off a classic feminine vibe while the neckline gives it a flirty modern feel.
You’ve returned home for the summer to see your old mates but the party is just getting started. You want a look that’s gonna show off your revenge bod to your ex – but you want to be subtle. The Crop Blouse Top in black shows off just enough of that six pack. Pair it with a palm print pencil skirts that highlights your best asset. You’re now ready to start off the night with drinks with the girls before you move onto your local favourite, where you know your ex and his mates are bound to be. Show him what he’s been missing as you flirt with the tall dark and handsome you’ve just met.
Holiday club night
It’s been non-stop party since the moment you stepped off the plane. You’re not really sure if you’ve slept or if that amazing night last night was just a dream. Most of your days have been beach to bar – showers are rare and you’ve got sand everywhere and salty seawater hair.
It’s been a wild time but you’re ready to clean up and hit the dance floor. Choose a cami top for a sleek, yet carefree vibe. We recommend the Castaway Lacy Cami Top. Play with volume and pair this loose, yet sexy top with a form fitting, jersey skirt and a pair of chunky heels. Comfortable enough to get low, yet feminine enough to make jaws drop.
Holiday beach party
You’ve been sleeping off your club night at the beach all day. You’ve covered up your bikini with our Shirred Bardot Top and a pair of dungarees. You’ve thrown on a cap to complement your tousled, beachy waves. You’ve met up with a few of the guys you met last night at the club and are playing a bit of flirty beach volleyball, and you’ve got your eye on the cute one with the tats.
He’s said they’re on their way to a party just down the beach but has dropped his phone in the pool (typical). You can either head back with the girls to freshen up or go with the don’t care beachy vibe. He’s way too hot and your look gives off a sunkissed confidence, so you go with your instinct. After a few hours, you’ll find it didn’t’ even matter what you were wearing.
Started at the bar now we’re here
You met up with mates for a few drinks at the pub and let’s just say it escalated quickly. If you’re being honest, you always knew it would. That’s why you’ve gone for the Peekaboo Border Cami Top – it’s flirty and flowy by day and mixed with a pair of hot shorts and platforms – you’re ready for wherever the night takes you.
Sun’s out, let’s party party
You’re wishing you could have brought that holiday sun with you. The weather is…not great. But all of a sudden the sun stops ghosting you and shows up on a Saturday. Your WhatsApp goes wild and you make a plan for the nearest beer garden. Go for a white Lace Shell Top thrown over a bandeau in a contrasting print to showoff that leftover tan from your holiday. Pair with some denim hot shorts because why not? it’s summer. You may have forgotten what sunglasses are at this point – but don’t forget them now. Head to the pub and let the day drinking and soaking up the sun begin.
Looking for more inspiration? Shop our range of tops for women.Read more
May 31st, 2017
With all the potential beer garden meet ups, wild nights dancing under the stars and chilled out days spent with sand between your toes on the horizon this summer – you’re going to need a lightweight jacket that doesn’t tie you down.
Easy to throw on when the night air gets cool or when the weather takes an unexpected turn – you’ll need one that looks good whatever you have on.
Wondering which style is best to grab on your way out the door? We’ve rounded up this season’s biggest outerwear winners. Time to dig out the shades, dust off the sandals and get outside:
The SS17 staple – the bomber jacket
Bomber jackets are always a spot on style, with the ability to toughen up any look. Whether you’re just chilling in the garden in the evening or pushing to the front of the crowd at one of the biggest UK festivals – make a bomber your go to cover up. Grab a jacket with zip pockets – so you can leave the bag at home and free up hands for dancing all night in that muddy field.
One of these women’s spring jackets will see you through all the way to autumn – we’re saluting camo print bombers this season, you should too.
Late night cover-up – the quilted jacket
Nothing says summer like a late night swim in the sea – after an evening spent lounging on the sand with beers and a fire pit. But if that guy you like isn’t around when you finally get out, adopt a quilted jacket instead to stay warm – it’s lightweight enough that you won’t mind carrying it around all day but great for staying snug under the stars.
Hell for leather – the leather jacket
Turn up the heat at that summer wedding – mixing up a floaty summer dress or maxi skirt, with a strong, structured leather jacket thrown over the shoulders. Perfect if you’re not into super feminine styles and want to throw on something that’s going to get you remembered for all the right reasons. You could even go wild with some fabric paint and enamel pins and personalise the back with your fave slogan, band logos and doodles.
If you’re the one saying ‘I do’ – a personalised leather jacket for you and your beau is perfect for those professional photos. Get the wedding party involved too with matching leather jackets and have a send off in style.
Cool at the computer – the trench coat
Spruce up your workwear with a lightweight trench coat – a sleeveless design is ideal for those days when the office air con just isn’t doing its job, as you count down to 5.30 on a Friday.
Throw this over a Bardot bodycon dress to make it office appropriate and pair with lightweight sandals. You’ll look like a boss in stuffy summer meetings and turn your office crush’s head when you find an excuse to walk past his desk.
The Insta worthy snapper – the suede jacket
Boxy suede jackets are gracing the backs of big influencers this season. Mainly because they’re great for shimmying in, when you’re smashing out those Insta Boomerangs – in front of the prettiest coloured wall you can find.
Grab one for the plane journey to this year’s holiday destination too – team with denim shorts and a cropped halterneck t-shirt, finish off with low rise trainers. Easy.
Feeling confident when it comes to women’s spring jackets for 2017? Then be sure to check out our range too and top up your wardrobe.
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