Ranging from the Insta obsessed chocolate brown trend to faux leather, corset tops to cottagecore everything, this week’s edit shares an insight into high street our saved baskets and the looks we’ll be wearing as soon as we’re able to send a “pub?” text.
A little optimism never hurt anyone, so we’re embracing the 2021 style trends we can’t wait to wear out of the house looking our chicest, and most stylish selves- if there were ever a time for manifesting, it’s now!
The Zoella team have many shared loves (GBBO, the Duke’s spoon, takeaway pizza, the list goes on) but style is the subject in which our personal tastes are truly revealed. Ranging from the Insta obsessed chocolate brown trend to faux leather, corset tops to cottagecore everything, this week’s edit shares an insight into high street our saved baskets and the looks we’ll be wearing as soon as we’re able to send a “pub?” text.
I’ve told myself that the minute we can start socialising or going anywhere or doing anything, I’m going to totally re-discover my wardrobe all over again because at the moment I am living in loungewear and old Pj bottoms. One trend I’ve loved is the cottage core trend. Cute countryside boots, shackets and frilly blouses. Farm life chic. Especially since going on a daily walk is the only thing we can do at the moment!
I love how spending more time at home has made us all re-evaluate the functionality of our wardrobes. Over the last year, I’ve definitely given more thought to what I’m buying and why I’m buying it. I’m way more likely to buy easy to wear staples that work for me on an everyday basis over a flash in the pan trend piece nowadays: trenches, blazers, elevated loungewear and versatile items I can team with anything. Streamlining what I already have and investing in pieces that are well-made is really where I’m at with my life right now, so I think functionality and longevity is the way to go for 2021!
I’ve put a spending ban on buying ANY more loungewear in 2021. Although tempting, the money is much better suited to buying actual outdoor clothing when I finally have people to see! I’ve gone for this period-inspired “corset” fitted top that’ll be a great “jeans and a nice top” pick. This oversized blazer for when we’re back in the office and going to meetings. Some new blue denim with a looser fit, and this beautiful biscuit sweater vest I can wear over shirts or t-shirts when it’s warmer!
I am still really loving how loungewear has gone from being something you restrict to wearing on your days off where you would see NO ONE to being front and centrepiece staples. Talk about a zero to hero story, here we are, it’s 2021 and a comfy co-ord is just about the absolute most stylish thing in your wardrobe. So many brands are doing this look really well but Me & Em and H&M are really showing just how versatile loungewear really is and I’m here for it.
I’m on a bit of a spending ban at the moment because I know I’ll be grateful for the extra pennies if we make it out of lockdown and can make fun plans, but I am honestly OBSESSED with the chocolate brown fashion trend lately and want to add everything to basket. Even though it’s having a big moment now, it is a really versatile neutral shade so it might actually stand the test of time in my wardrobe if I did pick up a couple of items. It seems I’ve already persuaded myself of the inevitable … Hurries off to ASOS
For someone who has no plans for the foreseeable future, I’ve become uncharacteristically interested in fashion trends. I’ve planned so many outfits for when we’re out of lockdown and one trend that I hope is still around is pastels. I’ve got my eyes on a few items for when we’re out but they’re a bit bolder than I’m used to, so we’ll see if I’m feeling daring. I’ve even purchased some pastel nail polish to feel my pastel vibes everywhere I go.