How To Style Your Loungewear This Spring Summer
It's not long now until the clocks go forward and we finally say hello to light, sun-filled evenings. Hallelujah!
As we make the transition from Winter to Spring, we also see a much welcomed change to the weather (we hope) and of course, with that comes a change to the items we pick from our wardrobes. Nights snuggled up by the fire in our comfies transform into walks in the sunset, pub evenings with a chilled cider and relaxing catch ups in the park.
There will be many items you will be extremely glad to see the back of, including your once favourite knitted jumper that now finds itself a little more bobbled that in it's glory days. However, there are some items that can happily join you this Spring - including your favourite loungewear. Bring you Black, Grey or White Bra set with you and flaunt it.
Spring has definitely sprung. There is no need to feel nervous about revealing some flesh. We want to take comfort with us! We just need to figure out the best way of styling up your loungewear to suit this years Spring fashion. And like your guardian angel, we're here to tell you how. You can thank us later ;)
First up - Accessorise.
All the celebrities are telling us that this Spring accessories are key. In our trend forecasting summary it has become clear that a killer hat, a statement watch or a cute choker will help you to stand out from the crowd this Spring.
SS16 also brings back the slip dress.
Whether it be a tight midi, or a floaty and floral knee-length number, slip dresses are back with a bang. What could be more comfortable underneath your Spring slip dress than your Lounge underwear? The jersey fabric, with its comfortable lift tucking you in in all the right places is just what you need to keep up your style. Maybe even with a little bit of Lounge poking out the side to see the light of day to give you the edge.
What else this Spring but a picnic?
Life really is a picnic, so be sure to style your Loungewear with a touch of gingham this season. This Spring the designers are ordering us to "check up" and invite our favourite print back into our lives.
Marie Claire is asking us how many sweet and sour rainbow clashes can one designer work into a single look?
It's time to take every bright piece you have in your wardrobe and cleverly piece each item together to make a beautiful rainbow. Or maybe if you're a little too shy to go completely bold - choose your favourite colour and make a statement this Spring.
Find your stripe.
Everyone loves a statement stripe - and how beautiful it looks with Loungewear... Whether it be horizontal or vertical, thick or thin - stripes are getting the fashion nod this Spring.
For those of you planning your warm weather wardrobe for the coming months, it's time to bring back the famous stripe. A little bit of monochrome never hurt anyone. Go bold with a striped culotte or keep it simple with a navy sailor style tee.
Take the Plunge.
The natural shape of our Lounge underwear designs embodies this trend. Take that plunge - everyone who is everyone is doing it!
SS16 loves a plunge dress. The deep V design that lets you show off your cleavage in style, perhaps with a touch of body jewellery to add to the sex appeal. And to add a little comfort to your outfit, Lounge is simply perfect. Comfort made sexy!
Last up - Rip it.
Spring brings with it the much loved rip. If you don't already own a little denim with the knees cut out we'd have to ask you, where on earth have you have been all Winter!?
Thankfully you can bring your ripped jeans with you in the Spring season and maybe even rip them that little bit more (it won't be as chilly as we step into the warmer months). Dark and light denim looks gorgeous with a rip, let your Lounge underwear peak out the top with a baggy top and you're onto a sure winner.
And that completes the Lounge tips for this SS16. There is no need to strip down naked and parade the streets like you're in Barbados. Take those baby steps into Summer with the above guide and you'll be right on trend with this years Spring 16 runway trends.