Snowdrop White Style Weekly Wishlist

Spring is not quite in the air, yet, is it? It’s blinking freezing out there. But those gorgeous little hardy flowers, the snowdrops, have pushed through the ground, and are brightening up gardens everywhere.

So, snowdrop white style is this week’s Weekly Wishlist. Bright white, beautiful, snowdrop white to liven up your winter wardrobe.

Okay, we’re not suggesting you wear Jasper Conran’s cut-out white swimsuit (£42, Debenhams) in Scotland, but if you are off for some winter sun (jealous, us…er, of course not), then this should be on your list. A snowdrop white jumper might be better if you are staying at home, and we are coveting French Connection’s amazing frilled over-sized sweater (£89). Love!

snowdrop white fashion weekly wishlistSnowdrop white style is big this year. we know it can seem painful with our peely-wally Scottish skin, but white can be a flattering shade. H&M’s white suit trousers (£24.99) make a light alternative to a work skirt, and white jeans (£49.95, GAP), or dungarees (£29.99, New Look) are great for the weekends. If white isn’t your thing, perhaps just a bag to buy into the trend? New Look’s tall tote is fab (£24.99) and we love the classic white Kelly-style bag from J by Jasper Conran @ Debenhams (£49).

Also at Debenhams, we love this crisp, clean, snowdrop white tie-jacket by Ben de Lisi for Principles (£60). White lace dresses aren’t just for brides! But maybe don’t wear this LWD from French Connection (£125) to a wedding? JOY’s white lace detail top (£32) is perfect with jeans, maybe even white jeans, if you’re bold enough?!

White shoes are great – try them. White sandals from Schuh (£60) are a fab summer staple, and we love New Look’s white brogues for summer (£27.99)

Snowdrop white will brighten up the darkest of days this winter – just watch out for puddles!

Please note that we always endeavour to feature items that are available in Ocean Terminal, however sometimes items featured may be out of stock, and prices may vary due to seasonal reduction

 

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