Making All The Trends Work

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This season’s trends are right up my street and right in my wardrobe. I think I’ve managed to make them all work in this outfit which has ended up looking a bit Parisienne. However, the best thing about this outfit is I haven’t actually bought a thing! Ok, I haven’t paid for anything…yet. You see, there is nothing worse than seeing hot trends and knowing they’ll be a sell out but you’re stuck waiting for payday- that’s where Klarna comes in.

pink crop top

Klarna is the smoothest shopping experience I’ve had to date. I used their Pay Later option, which allows me to get items from all kinds of retailers with the option to pay the amount up to 30 days later, completely as is, no interest. Klarna actually set me the challenge of creating an outfit based on their brand and imagery, which is why I was inspired to go for pink and grey and buy something with a colour pop that still fits my style. Knowing this seasons trends, it was pretty much game on. We all know what I think about pink so I had to grab this soft rose pink top from Topshop and pink is actually having a bit of a moment. Even though it’s cropped; paired with trousers and a longline or leather jacket it will carry me through autumn.

grey beret

The next thing I picked up from Topshop is this grey belt detail skirt, super sweet with the top and beret but bang on the prince of wales/glen check trend. Oh yeah, and that beret has become a fast favourite because it actually fits over my head and hair! I foresee it being my winter hat and there’s a thousand ways to spin it. Even though I used Klarna, like everything you buy online if you try it and find it’s not for you, you return it without any loss. The fact I can pay for it later means I’m truly trying before I buy and can do so at home and see how outfits work with the rest of my closet.

pink and grey outfit

So next time you’re browsing top trends look out for the cute pink sunglasses at checkout. Here’s to never missing an outfit again.

Hope you enjoyed this post x

 

2 Comments

  1. Delores Dunkley
    October 13, 2017 / 2:45 am

    Pink is, indeed, your colour. Nice ensemble. Thanks for sharing.

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