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Outfit Of The Week Teds In Town

21st May 2014 | Posted in Womens & Outfit of the week by H. Simpson
With the temperature slowly soaring and the winter wardrobe taking a gradual backseat, choosing more uplifting shades for your daily attire is the best way to embrace the new season. Ted Baker's S/S collections are always bursting with blooming floral prints and soft, mellow pastel shades and this season is no exception...

Alys Top in Mid Pink by Ted Baker

Lynn Skinny Jean in Light Aged by G Star

Salcon Plain Solid Small Icon Bag in Nude Pink by Ted Baker

Deynaa Sandal in Light Pink by Ted Baker

Top: The Ted Baker Alys Top offers a loose yet stylish look with a loud pop of bubblegum pink. The deeper pink trim and open cut back offer a colour contrast and alternative feature to an otherwise basic top. See also the Alys Top in Lemon for another loud block of colour. Jeans: G Star jeans remain a favourite amongst women due to their skinny, slim fit that keeps hold of its shape. The light stonewash colour is a great choice for spring, steering away from those trusty indigo washes that were excessively worn last winter. Accessory: Ted Baker is renowned for its patent range of purses and bags. Each season, these patent accessories are updated, whether it be a simple clasp fastener on a purse or new and improved 3D bow feature. Available in both large and small varieties, the Salcon is just the right size for storing everyday essentials when out and about. Footwear: This S/S season, jelly shoes are going to be a big trend. If you're not quite convinced on going back to your childhood look just yet, the Deynaa Sandal are a more versatile form, complete with a T bar feature and the largely recognised Ted Baker bow which is complimented perfectly to the bag.
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