Summer is in full swing and new summer collections are now in stores. I am super excited because I spend a lot of my time window shopping online, lusting after various pieces, and then styling them up in my head. So with new arrivals hitting the stores, my online window shopping has been a bliss. So many new pieces to lust after.
I am currently lusting after the Jack Wills Summer Collection. This collection is right up my street. The Jack Wills Summer Collection is summery, fun and flirty. There is something for every girl/woman. I love this summer collection.
Here are some of my favourites from the collection:
The Arleston Strappy Dress £59.50
This summer dress will look divine when paired with white sneakers for a relaxed, laid back look. I will be trying a similar look very soon so watch this space.
The Melmberry A Line Skirt £98.50
This maxi skirt is one of my favourite pieces from the collection. You can wear it with a sleeveless shirt in a striking colour and sky-high heels. You can’t go wrong with this skirt.
The Kemnay Peplum Top £34.50
I adore peplum tops, who doesn’t? The peplum shape flatters most body types and this one does the work perfectly. It will look beautiful when paired with skinny jeans or a pencil skirt. This is a must-have for every girl/woman this summer.
The Mornick Shirt Dress £39
This shirt dress can take you to office and to the bar. It is a versatile piece. I love the halterneck structure of this shirt dress. You pair this with sneakers for a laid back, casual look or heels for a smarted look.
The Shearington Open Back Dress £49
This sexy, silky dress will look amazing when paired with peep toe heels for a dinner date.You can also wear it with flats for an effortless chic look.
The Duriston Jersey Tube Pencil Skirt £29.50
This pencil skirt will be a nice wardrobe addition this summer. You can pair it with a sleeveless shirt or a loose cami tucked in, a pair of heels will complete the look.
What do you think of my favourites from the collection? Which is your favourite?
**This post is in collaboration with Jack Wills.