Following the exciting news that Liberty London has announced a massive brand expansion with plans to open up stores worldwide (yes please!!), I wanted to share some of my favourite pieces available in the iconic Liberty print.
Synonymous with everlasting style, Liberty fabrics are instantly recognisable, focusing on pretty paisley, floral and the more delicate, yet abstract patterns in a sumptuous array of pallets.
A huge fan of the Liberty Print myself, I recently had an exciting campaign shoot for La Redoute and this blouse was one of a collection of pieces I was gifted.
So if you fancy owning a garment yourself in this iconic fabric, here are my top picks available from the Liberty website right now:
From top left, clockwise:
Bring out your inner 90s child with this cutey pie Red Betsy headband (£24).
Never be embarrassed again to answer the door to the postman in your jim jams with this oh so stylish Green Mauverina and Tatum Print Cotton Kimono (£95)
Pair this gorgeous Pepper Camilla Cotton Shirt (£95) with dark dungarees for the ultimate 70s chic.
I love navy shoes as a classic alternative to black for Summer & you are guaranteed that these French Sole Blue Classic Ballet Pumps will never fade out of style.
Underwear so stylish it almost feels rude to cover it up with clothing! Wear this Red Ellie Ruth Thin Strap Camisole (£75 aRed Ellie Ruth Thin Strap Camisolnd matching cotton briefs £30) under a half undone cotton white crisp shirt and skinny navy jeans for an effortlessly stylish day look.
Real men wear floral shirts – fact! I love this showstopping Navy Nikita Floral Cotton Shirt (£130)
Actually scrap that, real men wear PINK floral shirts and this Phoebe Print Cotton Shirt (£130) is the perfect statement piece for Summer.
Perfect for all the stylish Lumbersexuals out there is this Grey Scharing Tonal Shirt (£130) – I love the muted purple and turquoise hues.
Jazz up your work suit with this fun and fashionable Navy Capel Cotton Tie (£55) – guaranteed to receive compliments around the water cooler.
So what do you think of my top picks?