House Of Sunny

Thanks to House of Sunny, it’s never been eas­ier to look chic on the cheap. Huz­zah!

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Make a note on your phone, take a snap – heck, go old­school and write it on the back of your hand; what­ever you do, you need to com­mit House of Sunny (and its killer clothes) to mem­ory. Born in 2011, the Brit la­bel’s min­i­mal­ist wares have slowly been tak­ing over the bl­o­go­sphere – world dom­i­na­tion takes time don’tcha know? Now, prac­ti­cally ev­ery stylista worth her salt has at least one HOS piece on her rails. That, plus the fact it’s stocked on ev­ery­one’s fave on­line shop­ping haunt, ASOS, means House of Sunny is a force to be reck­oned with. Over­sized sil­hou­ettes and de­con­structed de­tails are the brand’s USP, all in a pal­ette of neu­tral tones. Ba­si­cally the col­lec­tion is a fast track to It girl sta­tus. The pieces might look super pre­mium but, you’ll be pleased to hear, the prices are any­thing but. We’re talk­ing £39 for a babin’ crop top and £49 for slinky trews. Proof that if you wish re­ally, re­ally hard, fash­ion dreams do come true.

top, £40

taupe tu­nic, £68 taupe trousers, £59 pink top, £49 pink trousers, £60 all House of Sunny

top, £47 trousers, £49 both House of Sunny

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