Affordable, durable, and inexpensive, New Look really is the dark horse of women’s jeans. Although technically more of a jegging, it remains a more flattering option than the low slung alternatives in Topshop and Gap. These standard black super high waist skinnies ring in at only £22.99. They hold on to their colour well, and the high waisted detail covers any lumps and bumps of the female lower abdominal area. So ladies, if you want long and clean lines from your jeans, look no further than this trusty and unassuming high street brand.
The provider of quality foodstuffs has had a massive overhaul of its fashion fare of late, and the result is overwhelmingly positive. The quality is great, and the boots especially tend to look more expensive than they actually are. The styles are so subtle that no one will ever know where they are from. A winter and spring staple, the block-heeled Chelsea boot is only £45.
Whether you’re looking for a wad of gym socks, tights that won’t tear, or knee length socks to wear under culottes until it gets warmer, ‘Primarni’ has all this in cheap abundance. And if you lose them (which you probably will), it won’t break the bank to go back and buy them again.
Uniqlo AIRism Camisole £9.90
For snug, well-fitting garments to keep you insulated for the rest of the winter, Uniqlo provides comfortable and high-quality cotton underwear for this purpose. Wear one under a jumper or even with a leather jacket in the summer. You’ll be hard pressed to find one that costs over £15.
H&M Fine-knit Turtleneck Top £12.99
H&M provides slim fitting cotton turtlenecks that will take you into late spring without feeling like a shapeless Santa. Especially with their sales being a common occurrence, it’s the best and easiest place to snap up a feminine long sleeved top.
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Words: Annie May Byrne-Noonan
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