NOT since Austin Powers has psychedelic fashion enjoyed such a resurgence on the high street.
Singer Miley Cyrus bossed it this week in a skintight green and black playsuit, but it’s not just the young who can rock the look – there’s plenty of choice out there in every swirly shape.
This outfit, for example, may look like a dress, but it’s actually a blouse and skirt (which can be bought separately) in an understated psychedelic print rather than the more usual palette of brighter colours.
The top, with its elasticated bell sleeves and tassel ties, could be worn with jeans for a casual ‘hippy chic’ look, while the skirt could be teamed with a white or pale-coloured T-shirt for an easy but stylish outfit for holidays.
But worn together, this look would pass muster at a wedding, the office party or even a job interview.
I’ve picked out the green for matching heels, but nude courts would do the job too or even a smart pair of white trainers if you want to look a little less ‘dressed’.
I love a bit of versatility and a co-ord will earn its keep by lending itself to a variety of different looks.
As Austin himself might say, “groovy baby”.
- If you have a fashion dilemma or want to show off an outfit, email me at [email protected] My Instagram account is @janepmoore
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