16 March 2018 Blogroll, Featured No Comments

Ok, the weather is officially crazy. One minute it looks like Spring has arrived, but in the time it takes to brew the kettle, it’s snowed again!

To help you through the topsy-turvy weather, here are our top 3 tips for dressing for Winter, Spring and Summer all at once – We’ve just invented a new season –  Sprimmter!

1 – Dare to bare (your shoulders)

It may not be shorts and tee-shirt time just yet, but you can still dare to bare a little more skin with cold-shoulder and bardot tops and dresses. Cold-shoulders were big news last year and will continue to be in 2018 and bardot, off the shoulder tops are going to be everywhere as the weather (hopefully) hots up.

Tip – Layer a vest or cami underneath for extra warmth if you’re not ready to go fully bare-shouldered!

Left to Right – Lemon cold-shoulder top £4 – Floral bardot top £10 –
White cold-shoulder sweater £8 – Black pom pom bardot top £12

2 – Make layering a sport

Not just for the gym, fashion sweaters are great for day-to-day and for dressing up too. Sweaters are so easy to layer over a cami and a long sleeve top, you’ll stay warm but you can easily take off a layer when the sun does show its face.

Tip – Longline sweats can be worn over leggings, jeggings or skinny jeans for a smart but sporty look.

Left to right – White slogan sweater £5 – Pink longline sweater £8 – 
White lattice sleeved sweater £8 – Khaki slashed sleeve longline sweater £10

3 – It’s all in the jeans

Denim is your friend all year round but at this weird-weather time of year, wearing a slightly thinker material gives you that added warmth. Look out for embroided styles which are a key look this season and make sure you’re stocked up on jeggings; a wardrobe essential!

Tip – Layer like a pro with a cute denim pinny over a long sleeved top and a cardigan on top.

Left to right – Jeggings from £5 – Lace-up denim skirt £10 –
Floral emroided pinny £14 – Floral embroided jeans £14

Find your nearest store

To check out our full Spring range head to your nearest PEP&CO store:  bit.ly/FindYourPEPStore


Written by Nina Thompson