ewfashionblogger – How To Do: Tropical Fashion for a High-Budget

How To Do: Tropical Fashion for a High-Budget

Last Monday I showed you how to get the look for a low-budget. However today, I’m going to show you how to get this look for a high-budget.

As I mentioned last week, Hawaiian prints are beginning to appear in shops and online (thanks to Stella McCartney), reminding us all that high summer is just around the corner. The tropical look will be a key style this summer, but how do you create the perfect look? By combining sleek shapes (shift dresses, non-fussy shoes…), tropical prints and bright pops of colour(nail polish, bags, sunnies…) you should nail the look, but just remember the more minimalistic the shape, the cooler you will be and look!

So here’s how to get the look for a high-budget:

Dress – Altuzarra – Coconut printed silk-paneled perforated leather dress (£1,570)
Sandals – Giuseppe Zanotti – Swarovski crystal-embellished leather sandals (£470)
Sunglasses – Thierry Lasry – Sexxxy D-frame acetate and metal sunglasses (£285)
Clutch – Marc by Marc Jacobs – Katie leather clutch (£335)
Nail polish – Thakoon for NARS – Anardana (£14)
All available from Net-a-porter.com, except nail polish which is available from Narscosmetics.co.uk.

This dress works the tropical look perfectly with the laid back but glitzy sandals. Tanned legs compliment the white dress, and make the electric blue sunglasses pop even more! The orange clutch and hot pink nails compliment each other, and take note of last summer’s colour blocking rules. Keep hair laid back, but well-groomed, and add electric blue flashes to your eye make-up to give your face an aquatic look that will go with the tropical printed dress perfectly!

Check out my blog next Monday for How To Do: Early Summer Beach Dressing for a Low-Budget!

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