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New Term Style Guide

19 | 08 | 2019

The start of a new term is definitely an excuse to hit refresh on your wardrobe. Whether you’re heading to a lecture or going for drinks with the girls, we’ve got you covered.


New Term Style Guide

Whatever you’re style, you can get rid of any ‘what to wear’ dilemmas because our new term style essentials are perfect for switching up any look.


Get that effortlessly chilled look with an oversized t-shirt dress. Perfect for throwing on when you’re in a rush and requires minimal effort. Style with a pair of chunky trainers for a daytime look and then switch it up for the evening with a statement belt and some killer heels.

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We’re obsessing over these ankle boots. We all need a go-to pair of boots in our wardrobe and this pair will definitely carry you through each season. If you’re heading straight from a lecture to drinks, these boots have got you covered. Pair with your favorite jeans and a nice top combo for a simple but chic look.

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As much as we might not want to admit it, the cold weather is definitely on it’s way and we kind of can’t wait to start layering up again. That’s why we’re loving this dreamy denim jacket. It’s not too heavy so perfect for the beginning of term and the oversized fit will add some edge to any everyday look.

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For those days when you’re feeling super tired, comfort is key and a loungewear set is the perfect solution. This set is the ideal combination of cosy and cute and the colour is perfect for those autumn months. Just add your favourite trainers and an oversized jacket for the ultimate off-duty look.

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Make a statement this term with an iconic printed tee. This is the ultimate tee for tucking into your favourite pair of jeans for an effortlessly chilled look. Pair with some heeled boots, channel your inner Miranda Priestly and you’ll be ready for anything this new term has to throw at you.

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Whether you’re heading into your first term as a fresher or the start of your final year, you’ve got this!

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