EDIT: The Crochet Craze
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Remember that crochet scarf your Grandma made you? You might just want to dig that beauty back out, because Grandma knew what she was doing!
Crochet is not only trendy but incredibly versatile - easily worn during any season. From dresses to handbags, this latest in a run of quirky SS18 trends has been popularised by DIY websites, utilised by designers on the show Project Runaway and, of course, recently wore by many celebrities. Here’s some of the most stylish-yet-affordable pieces on the high street right now. Go on - when has Grandma ever been wrong? Forever21, Crochet Mid-rise Jeans, £27.00 £16.20 Why not give your basic jeans a little twist and make them less boring and more fashionable? Change your ripped jeans for some crochet and you will rock this trend. There are so many cool outfits you can put together with these! H&M, White Crochet Longline Bikini, £40.00 Yes, crochet bikinis are a thing and they are everywhere this season. This piece from H&M shows that you don’t need a multicoloured pattern to stand out - sometimes simplicity says it all. Pull&Bear, Striped Crochet Cardigan With Hood, £29.99 £19.99 Summer is here but not to stay, so you might want to invest in some warmer pieces like this one for the fall. The horizontal and vertical stripes, the bagginess and Autumn colours make this crochet cardigan a must-have as we ease into those slightly cooler days. Accessorize, Crochet Trilby Hat, £22.00 Alright, this is a crochet classic that appears every summer. It screams sea, salt and sandy feet, making it the perfect accessory for your next vacation. The colourful mirrored trim around it makes it different from most one-colour rim hats available. Boohoo, Boutique All Over Crochet Playsuit, £13.00
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