What I Wore This Week: Easter Weekend, by Fashion Contributor Angie Quinn
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Easter weekend is all about over-indulgence, relaxing and an over-whelming defiance to engage in any form of work and study. Since the four-day celebrations were the most interesting in my social calendar since crimbo, I thought I’d share my speckled dress-sense.I always believe in two fashion accessories, a good watch and a comfortable pair of wedges. With my style ranging from a sleek dress to scruffy jeans – and my choice of clothes normally depends on my random activities I’m participating in that day. Outfit One: Good Friday After racking up significant walking mileage across the Cobham countryside in Kent with my wonderful family, a quick change for a friend’s BBQ came inform of a solid black outfit and a contrasting bag containing bold London routemasters. H&M have the most comfortable collection of SS17 tops on offer with this airy v-shaped, satin textured beauty teamed with a pair of leather look leggings from Boohoo, my signature wedges (sort of saluting that outfit worn by Sandy in Grease) was all broken up with a colourful Cath Kidston. I wore an elegant DKNY time-piece and sunglasses borrowed from a friend for the afternoon as I squint terribly in the sun – but it worked. Outfit Two: London Town Camden Market was the location for a Saturday social with mates. Visiting the richly decorated Shaka Zulu - who offer a delicious £9.50 lunch deal by the way - meant dressing smart-casual with a little added funk. To get my required look, I added a H&M straight cut viscosecrêpe top in a fresh khaki green, ripped, high waisted Primark jeans, a tailored Boohoo cape, a slick DKNY bag and my signature high wedges. My blue suede shoes were so comfortable I wore them for eight hours straight in the North London marketplace, what’s more I paid £18 for them in Asda. I think I nailed it. Outfit Three: Easter Funday
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