We’re feeling the love for 70s folk art this season. And with these fabulous new arrivals at Littlewoods Nice Boots Camp, you can feel it too. Off duty Coleen and the team know the modern way to work this relaxed trend is with a dollop of festival chic la Cat Deeley rather than Carly Simon. So listen up ladies and discover how to make this top trend all yours today.
Such versatile styling warrants an outing any time – office, weekends and nights on the tiles. Yes, you can wear it for all three. Autumn Winter 2010 is all about luxe fabrics with sheer tunics still on trend. Try layering this Love Label Ladder Knit Tunic with a pretty camisole underneath to capture the nude vibe. Cosy up the look with fur trimmed boots for a funky heritage look by day. The beauty of tunics is they are so flattering, floating artfully over a flared denim jean as well as your fave jeggings.
One of style editor Coleen’s hot picks this season is this arty curved hem tunic. She knows how to work the tunic to the max doesn’t she? This Love Label ‘80s inspired glam version with zip detailing looks great on skinny jeans teamed with a studded clog boot for winter.
Or why not add a little home crafted folk art to your choice of tunics. Get sweet with the berry trend for autumn in seasonal pinks and purples to add a pop of colour to cocktails with friends. This Love Label Lace Trim Tunic adds vintage appeal especially with textured tights and statement heels.
If bright and easy does it for you, try slipping on smudgy art house prints in glorious satin. This longer line Love Label Seam Detail Tunic looks stunning with black leggings for a truly graphic look. Keep accessories and hair sleeked back and simple and invest in little more than a vibrant clutch bag and a cluster of metallic bangles.
Finally if you’re a new recruit to the folk art vibe, take your pick of this season’s luxury knits. Our beautiful biscuit Button Detail Knitted Tunic top ties in with autumn’s camel colour trend and flattering relaxed shape. Cosy by day with an oversized scarf and boots for lunch in your favourite arthouse café. Don’t forget a cute beret for the walk home.