8 steps to a stylish week­end wardrobe

Lit­tle changes to trans­form off-duty out­fits

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1 DO NON-JEANS DENIM

Look­ing for an al­ter­na­tive to your favourite skin­nies? If your down­time de­fault is denim, try a skirt in­stead. Guar­an­teed to up your style cre­den­tials, it’ll look just as chic but way less pre­dictable. Karolina has teamed her skirt with leop­ard print to add some edge.

2 TRY SPORTY STYLING

Need a quick fash­ion fix? Sidestripe jog­gers were made for stylish off-duty days and they’re on trend for au­tumn, too. Team them with train­ers and a denim shirt for a fash­ion­able, fuss-free out­fit.

3 LUXE UP YOUR LOUNGEWEAR

Du­vet days and quiet nights in de­serve a lit­tle lux­ury, so why not treat your­self to some lovely loungewear. Curl up in su­per­soft jog­gers, silky py­ja­mas and cosy-as-can-be knitwear for the ul­ti­mate in feel­good.

4 HAVE A ONE-AND­DONE OUT­FIT

Per­fect for when you have to be out of the door in an in­stant, a hard­work­ing jump­suit de­serves a place in ev­ery woman’s wardrobe. Just add a long-sleeved tee and suede train­ers for an ef­fort­lessly cool look. 5 LAYER OLD FAVOURITES IN NEW WAYS A lit­tle lay­er­ing = a lot of im­pact! Breathe new life into your well-loved pieces by styling them in new ways. Here, Becky re-works a flo­ral midi dress over her es­sen­tial skin­nies and Bre­ton stripes. Try tu­nics over skirts, polo­necks un­der blouses and hood­ies un­der coats.

6 UP­GRADE YOUR OUT­ER­WEAR

It’s what’s on the out­side that counts dur­ing win­ter. Your coat is the key piece peo­ple will see, so why not make a state­ment? Go all-out with check prints, bold brights and sharp sil­hou­ettes that work all the way from Mon­day to Sun­day.

7 ADD A JOLT OF COLOUR

Trans­form an out­fit with a splash of colour. One key piece, like Kelly’s state­ment jumper, is all you need to feel re-en­er­gised. Sun­shine shades will lift your out­fits and your mood.

8 TEAM TRAIN­ERS WITH EV­ERY­THING

When you’re on the go it’s all about ease, com­fort and style, so don’t be afraid to pair train­ers with ab­so­lutely ev­ery­thing. They don’t have to be too sporty. Opt for one of the luxe ver­sions avail­able on the high street in­stead.

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