Go Big or Go Home: John Lewis Maximalist
This post has been sponsored by John Lewis, but all views are my own.
The John Lewis Edit is back, and this time it's all about Maximalism. That probably sounds like the last thing I would be interested in, but when it comes to prints and fabrics, I love choosing one statement piece and adding neutral items around it. From faux fur coats to classic bretons and my favourite luxury of choice - silky items - I've chosen a few of my fave items from the John Lewis Maximalism Edit (click the link to read more about it) and shared them with you below.
The inspiration: Sienna Miller boho chic. Effortless glamour that can only be truly achieved by having stayed up all night at the latest A-list party, and kept going the next morning. Can be faked with the right coat, some smudged eyeliner and designer sunglasses that hide a multitude of sins.
The inspiration: Wearable, subtle florals that exude luxury whilst still being able to be paired with jeans. Noticeably striking, but not trying to hard. Makes you look like you should always be gliding through the air, not walking like a mere mortal.
The look: Whistles Edwina Blue Silk Top
The inspiration: Alexa Chung in anything striped. Alexa Chung in everything striped. Nailing the simple, bold, classic stripe and making yourself look like an 'it' girl as a result. Legs that last for days are helpful, but not essential.
The look: Warehouse Stripe Breton Tee