Turn Up Your Everyday Style with Marks & Spencer
Having grown up in the UK, Marks and Spencer was a household name akin to that of Macy's here in the US. For those of you who don't know, Marks and Spencer is a British retailer specializing in clothing, home products, and an array luxury products. It holds a dear place in my heart as many of childhood memories are roaming the floors of this department store. These sweet memories are why I was so ecstatic when the opportunity to collaborate with them and style their every day collection came up.
It has been said that I inspire those around me to go out of their realm and experiment with different fashion staples. Who says your daytime meeting can't be casual chic as well? Try this star print blue shirt, layered with this patch pocket jacket and some mid rise cropped straight leg jeans in indigo wash. The block mule heels in navy were the perfect addition to slightly up the ante and keep it business causal appropriate. It was an easy no frills outfit that was foolproof for my afternoon of meetings and a quick coffee shoot at Carrera Caffe in West Hollywood.
Marks and Spencer's everyday collection is really tailored towards being the authority in traditional pieces that are both stylish and of superior quality. This is evident in pieces like this floral a-line midi skirt and this crisp white perfectly fitted long sleeve shirt. Both pieces can effortlessly be dragged from a day to night time look with small accessory adjustments. Since I tend to run around from meetings to fittings all day long, some white punch hole trainers did the trick in keeping me stylish yet comfortable.
I always love when I am able to style full outfits from one line like I did here with M&S' everyday line that truly does live up to its name. You can actually create a wardrobe that is adaptable to every lifestyle with pieces that aren't fast fashion, but rather carefully curated and held to a high standard of quality. Thank you Marks & Spencer and shopping links for this great opportunity to collaborate.
Photography: Lauren Alexandra