Fashion,  General

Affordable fashion from Esprit

Are you looking for affordable fashion?

I thought it would be fun to make a little wish list with items from the brand Esprit and to share it with you to see what you think.

It is so easy as a busy woman to stick to the same fashion brands but shopping in a safe way may mean you miss out on a treat or something that actually suits you better. I tend to shy away from shops I associate with younger women such as Top Shop and then just have not got to grips with newer options like Zara or Asos.

The ESPRIT website drew me in straight away with lots of attractive and colourful choices. It’s a useful one-stop shop for all members of the family including babies and men.

Affordable Fashion

My absolutely favourite item is the short military style jacket because it is fun, makes me smile and is short which means it will highlight the waist. How lovely to see big sizes and affordable fashion prices.

Now although I keep avoiding the hype, there is no doubt that Christmas is just around the corner. Although I tend to be in casual gear, I always like a statement dress for this season and love the aubergine dress in stretch velvet with a pleated skirt. I think it is one of those items that would go in the wardrobe and come out again and again working for so many different occasions.

Affordable Fashion

Having said that I was also mighty tempted by the gorgeous printed tulle maxi skirt with its delicate colours. Sadly it does not go up to my size so if ever there was a motivation to start taking more exercise and eating more healthily this is it.

Sticking with a nautical theme, how about an item that is a cape jumper and it comes with a hood perfect for chillier days ahead.

Affordable Fashion

My only real complaint about ESPRIT is that there are so many choices that I could spend hours making wish list after wish list but then perhaps that is no bad thing and I should treat myself more often.

clairejustine

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