Rewearing the Same Clothes Is Not a Sin—It's True Style

Think you can't outfit repeat? Think again.

Wasn’t life simpler before the dawn of social media? No waking up in a cold sweat after a night out to scan Facebook for toe-curling photos to untag. No unsolicited pictures on Snapchat. And no worrying about having to beg, borrow or steal a different dress for the 10 weddings you’re attending this summer thanks to Instagram. First-world problems these might be, but when the minutiae of every outfit are catalogued on Stories, it’s no wonder it pains us to rewear our clothes. But should it?

Treat these pearl drops like gold hoops and style with anything from wafty floral midis to track pants, T-shirts and trainers. 
The ultimate chunky trainers. I’ll be wearing them with something floaty and blossom-flecked from Ganni. 
This skirt can go from day to night in two shakes. Just add a square-neck bodysuit and swap out sandals for slingbacks. 
Think of tortoiseshell as your new neutral. 
I’d marry Raey’s Max jeans if I could. They’re the most versatile pair in my wardrobe. 
This is the most sensible way to take on this summer’s cowrie shell trend. I barely take mine off. 
Button this cowhide coat over jeans, pleated skirts or combat trousers to get one up on leopard-clad friends. 
Don’t let the Power Rangers pink put you off. Hortensia will give any outfit a colour pop. 

Next up, autumn outfits you're going to love.

Opening Image: @desertmannequin

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