Ready, Steady, Brunch!

For­get Fri­day night – the peak of the week, sar­to­ri­ally speak­ing, is now un­doubt­edly the week­end’s brunch hour. Don’t be­lieve us? Bet­ter check your In­sta feed…

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Are you fa­mil­iar with the thou­sands of av­o­cado snaps that crop up on so­cial me­dia feeds at the week­end? If not, it’s prob­a­bly be­cause you’re too busy pap­ping your own poached eggs/ green smoothie/syrup-drenched waf­fles. Wel­come to the world of brunch, which is fast be­com­ing the most im­por­tant event of the week. For your wardrobe. Hordes of celebs and In­sta-fa­mous fig­ures have cul­ti­vated the very spe­cific new trend of brunch dress­ing, which in­volves care­fully cu­rated out­fits that look as though you haven’t even tried. Think ef­fort­less, but also com­pletely pol­ished.

Con­fused? Let us ex­plain. It’s all about in­vest­ing in state­ment pieces that are smart/ca­sual enough to work in your ev­ery­day wardrobe. Frayed hem jeans, dou­ble-breasted blaz­ers, metallic flats, but­ton-down midis, Bre­ton tops… All will pro­vide you with the per­fect, In­sta­gram­wor­thy brunch look. It’s not just the style set do­ing it, ei­ther. Ac­cord­ing to a re­cent sur­vey*, over 47 per cent of us brunch on week­ends, while Pin­ter­est has en­tire boards ded­i­cated to ‘Brunch Out­fits’. We’ve done the hard work for you and put to­gether the dream brunch cap­sule wardrobe, in­spired by our fave brunch­ers who put the bae in bagel!

Marks & Spencer 99 River Is­land 16 Su­perga 50

‘I’d like to pro­pose a toast…’

Top­shop 55 Dorothy Perkins 8.50

Wolf & Badger 80

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