We recently asked some of our favourite plus size bloggers to pick their most wanted products from one of our latest collection: Japanese Garden. It’s full of colour pops and autumn florals which makes it great for the transitional season. We’re giving you inspiration of what to wear to work, casual days and how to stay comfortable but chic when travelling.
Floral Shell Top
As a business woman, Becky from Mrs BeBe Blog is in need of work wear so she picked out our Cross Pleat Floral Shell Top and let it speak for itself with classic trousers and minimum use of accessories.
“This lovely top is a gorgeous vibrant yellow, a colour along with green I don’t see enough in plus size ranges. It’s a really nice shape and the neckline is pleated with a little keyhole detail which is really pretty. I think this would look great with a pencil skirt or some high waist trousers too. “
Kate from How Kate Does Fashion was also looking for something new to add to her work wear wardrobe. She chose to style our Kimono Sleeve Cardigan as it’s a perfect cover up for the chilly days in the office.
“It’s a great, lightweight, very soft material and the bat wig sleeves are roomy and breathable. I’ve added a belt around the waist just to put a little twist on this gorgeous cardigan. It could be work over almost everything and could be styled up or down depending on what sort of working day you were having!”
“I’ve kept my kimono outfit really casual with thick leggings and a plain black long sleeved top. The kimono goes with everything, you can pop it on over something plain to jazz it, wear it with a dress or even as a little beach cover up. The sleeves offer the perfect amount of coverage, falling around elbow length.”
“These trousers are so comfortable; they have a relaxed fit due to the elastic waistband. I love the print and because of the simple colour palette these are easily dressed up or down. They work well with flats, trainers as well as heels.”
Which Japanese flower style is your favourite? Tweet us your thoughts and pictures of your transitional season style @mandco_fashion