I’m starting this blog with a little bit of sad news, my time as Belmont Forum’s Fashion Blogger has come to a close. Even though I will be moving onto another very exciting venture I will certainly miss putting together my weekly looks and posts for you all.
However I am not leaving without one last outfit inspiration and I am very excited to bring you this final one. I can think of no better way to end my collaboration with Belmont than with this look. The mixture between a summery bright and the new on trend wintery styles is what I love the most about this outfit.
Sometimes in winter I often feel like I’m in a sea of black, dark blue and grey. Whilst I love these colours sometimes I find myself longing for a punch of summery turquoise or coral. That’s why I love these shoes from Spend Less at Belmont Forum so much! The amazing pinky coral hue works perfectly with almost any other colour and helps to lift an overall dark look. The wedge heel makes it pretty much the perfect shoe, allowing you to wear it almost anywhere and even all day long. This style is especially great for those of you who want to wear heels but can’t stand the idea of aching feet as the high platform makes the actual slant of your foot lower than a lot of other heels.
Considering the cold weather is finally arriving (in small portions) I decided to pair these babies with a more wintery outfit. This not only brightens up my look but also shows that even typical summer shoes can be worn all year long.
My black denim straight legged jeans are a great cut for this style of shoe and they are a little more dressy then your standard indigo or dark blue jeans. If your even unsure as to what cut of jeans to wear then head into Jeans West at Belmont Forum, the friendly staff there can help you with fit and style and with such a fantastic range you shouldn’t have any problems finding a pair that you love.
Blue is also a very popular hue this season and so is the peplum so it was only natural that I opted for this marble patterned top. The peplum style is not only on trend but also quite flattering for both curvy and straight figures. Just make sure if you are a curvier shape to have the end of the top hit above your hips not on them otherwise it will make them appear bigger.
I chose silver accessories as the cooler tone compliments the blue in the top and doesn’t steal any focus from the shoes. Necklaces that are shorter can often cause your neck and chest to appear bigger than they are, however ones that have an elongating effect such as this can help to not only dress up your look but also minimise the bust area.
To get your much needed summer fix in the long winter months head to Belmont Forum and check out Spend Less Shoes, with their amazing range of bright and bold shoes you can’t go wrong.