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Spring 2017: How to wear the embroidery fashion trend
Published 8 March 2017 by Kyri Levendi
You don't have to spend a fortune to get the embroidery look.
Embroidery is set to be a big trend once again for spring 2017. The high-street is already full of different pieces featuring vibrant floral designs.
The trend can work for a number of styles and it doesn't have to cost you a fortune to incorporate embroidered pieces into your wardrobe. To prove just how easy it is, we've put together three different looks – day-to-day, work and smart, all for less than £45* each.
1. White embroidered long shirt, Primark, £12
2. Blue strip skinny jeans, Primark, £15
3. Twill trainers, H&M, £8.99
Whether you're running errands or meeting friends for brunch, you can't go wrong with a crisp white shirt. Upgrade from your usual with this long embroidered one. You could wear it with some skinny jeans – this pair feature a stylish touch of detail down the side.
Stay comfortable with a pair of twill trainers – you could opt for a pink pair to add a touch of colour to your look. Pink is one of the best trainer trends of 2017 – find out what the rest are in our blog.
You can get your hands on this entire look for just £35.99.
1. Cigarette trousers, H&M, £12.99
2. Blue embroidered sequin jumper, Primark, £12
3. Black block court heel, Primark, £10
Want to update your office wardrobe? This blue embroidered sequin jumper could do the trick. You could wear it with a white shirt underneath or just on its own. And make sure you keep things formal with the rest of your look, by pairing the jumper with a pair of smart cigarette trousers and some black block court heels.
You don't have to spend over budget to get this outfit – it comes to just £34.99.
1. Viscose shirt, H&M, £12.99
2. Embroidered cotton skirt, H&M, £19.99
3. Grey pointed stiletto heel, Primark, £12
Embroidery is a trend that can work well in the evening as well as the day. Build your look around a statement piece like this embroidered cotton skirt – its striking black and white design makes it look much more expensive than it is. You can pair it with a neutral colour like this blue shirt (which you can tuck in) and a pair of heels like these grey ones.
This outfit comes to just £44.98 in total – not bad for something you can wear time and time again!
So there you have it – three different ways you can incorporate the embroidery trend into your wardrobe for less. Want to overhaul your whole look on a budget? Find out how to put together a capsule wardrobe 2017 for women.
*Prices correct at time of writing – 07/03/2017