We love to make the most of summer by steering clear of jeans and wearing skirts instead. This weekend Lucy chose a maxi, while I chose a midi and we think it’s great that we have both these options. On cloudy days like today it’s nice to have the choice not to show off too much leg, but still be able to keep cool when it’s warm outside.
Not everyone loves shopping. Of course I do, but a lot of people go for ease and convenience when purchasing new additions for their wardrobe, and that is why it’s brilliant that supermarket clothing has improved so much over recent years, as it means people can pick up gorgeous outfits while doing their weekly grocery shop. Tesco is one store that’s definitely upped their game in the fashion stakes and that’s why Lucy and I picked up a dress each when we visited recently, and wanted to show them off.
This beginning of summer period is the perfect time to wear midi skirts. You want to move away from trousers but haven’t quite got the confidence to wear a skirt any shorter than the knee just yet. Both Lucy and I have got pale pink midi skirts that fit perfectly with the pastel trend, showing you how to wear both these looks in very different ways. I paired my skirt with one of my boyfriends t-shirts and a pair of wedged heels for a fairly casual look, while Lucy dressed up a plain grey t-shirt with some nude heels, for a dressy yet relaxed look.
I love looking to celebrities for style tips. They always seem to be willing to take risks and try something different when it comes to their styling. It probably helps that they have teams of people behind the scenes helping with their every need, but that’s why I like to see what they wear during their days off, just hanging out. I’ve chosen to focus on Lucy Hale for this addition of Style Saturday because as well as being a big fan of her music and acting careers, I think she gets it very right in the fashion stakes too. She’s the perfect mix of glamourous and edgy, adding her own twist to any outfit she wears.
Photo credit: http://lucyhaleweb.org
Photo credit: http://lucy-hale.org