Last week’s post featured my £9 red summer dress and today I’m wearing another sale bargain. This floral print square neck top from Warehouse was only £11 and I love it! I ordered the medium but it was a bit baggy so I exchanged it for a small which fits much better. I’ve already worn it with my bright green trousers for work but today I’ve gone with my orange culottes. Pink, white and black trousers would also work well with this top, as would jeans.
I remember square necklines being very on trend in the 90s, but when they went out of style I didn’t think I’d ever like them again…I should know by now that everything comes back eventually! This is the second square neck top I’ve bought this summer (the other one I paired with the Iris Apfel skirt). I chose a pearl necklace and earrings to compliment the white in the print and a green stone ring to match my bag. My hair wasn’t behaving so I tied it back and curled a section at the front. I think it works well with this style of top. Oh, and these white mules were another brilliant bargain from a while back – only £1 in a charity shop!
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Warehouse top (sold out, similar, similar) | culottes bought in Madeira (similar, similar) | shoes from a charity shop (similar) | old earrings (similar, similar) | Zara green bag (similar, similar) | H&M necklace (old, similar) | Yaa Yaa London green solar power ring | Monica Vinader bangle (PR product)
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