Student loan drop – Outfits that aren’t just ‘trends’ to treat yourself to
Sustainable clothes to invest in rn
Many of us are focusing on trying to buy less, however the temptation of treating yourself to new clothes can be hard to resist, especially with the new student loan drop. In order to help you build a more sustainable wardrobe, we have gathered together some looks which outlive modern trends.
By investing in staple pieces for your wardrobe, you can build a capsule collection of pieces that will be suitable for every event. Focus your spending on a collection of good quality basics and make your student loan go further.
All the items in the edit are from the new Missguided RE_STYLD range. The entire brand is made from recycled fabrics, helping you to make a positive step in sustainable fashion.
High quality basics to spend your student loan on
Vest tops and camis
Vest tops and camis are versatile and easy to dress up or down. Team with jeans, a midi skirt or your favourite joggers. Opt for a ribbed fabric to ensure your vest tops are less likely to be see through or fade in colour.
Now you can’t go wrong with a good pair of jeans. When choosing new denim, always opt for quality over quantity. Opt for two or three key styles that go with everything and you will always have the base for any good outfit.
When buying loungewear, it can be all too easy to just stock up on loads of colours, leaving you with mismatched sets that fade in the wash. Instead choose tonal or neutral pieces that are going to complement the pieces you already have.
Plain t-shirts are a good investment to spend your student loan on. Versatile and key for layering, they can be dressed up or down. Invest in a couple of different fits and cuts, and soon you will never know how you lived without them.
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