Showing posts with label Puma. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Puma. Show all posts

Sunday, 12 March 2017

Style | Jaded Manchester Mesh T-Shirt Dress

The grey and cold has finally started to ease off slightly lately which means I've been ditching the extra layers and showing (a little) more skin than usual. I've always been obsessed with mesh pieces and I've somehow managed to accumulate quite a collection. My favourite at the moment has to be this mesh shirt dress with embroidered detailing from Jaded Manchester. It's technically an ASOS Tall exclusive but I've found this fits my 5'6" frame perfectly and sits above my knees.

You all know by now that I like to keep styling pretty simple so I wore the dress over an old slip from Miss Selfridge and paired with a denim jacket and Puma Suede Hearts. The Jaded Manchester dress also works really well worn over a bralet and shorts so I think this will be one of my go-to pieces as the temperature (hopefully) heats up.

Mesh Dress - Jaded Manchester via | Black Slip Dress - | Denim Jacket - | Shoes - * | Necklace -

*sample - read my disclaimer here.

What have you been wearing lately?

Christine Stewart x

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Friday, 9 December 2016

Style | Puma Basket Heart Launch

I'm definitely more into sportswear than ever and Puma is really changing the game by creating classic trainers with a feminine edge. The Basket Heart trainers are one of the latest in a wave of new launches from Puma this year aiming to deliver both on style and comfort. They launched late last month but held an event to celebrate yesterday evening.

The Basket Heart trainers come with two lace options (chunky and satin) and feature a glossy patent finish. They're available in black and white for adult women and there's also toddler and infant versions. The Basket Hearts are definitely the cutest pair of trainers I own (thanks to Puma) and I'm definitely looking to expand my trainer collection (I need those new burgandy Fenty Creepers which sold out almost instantly yesterday!)

Trainers aside Puma are also aiming to inspire women with their 'Do You' campaign with Cara Delevingne as their newest brand ambassador. At the launch guests were told a little more about their campaign and the idea is to encourage women to accept who they are, to be happy just being themselves and you can't argue with that message.

If you're interested you can get the Basket Heart trainers from most sportwear retailers or through Puma's website

Which sports brands do you wear?

Christine Stewart x

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