1 Buy, 3 Ways: The Hero Lace Blouse

Yep, Look’s very own #PersonalStylist has found the ultimate wardrobe winner that you can wear all winter long; of course we are talking about the lace blouse.

Been searching all over the high street for that versatile piece that will take you effortlessly from desk to dinner and everything else in between this winter? Enter this blue lace blouse from Miss Selfridge. Not only will it work for pretty much every and any occasion you have coming up this season (trust us!) at only £39 it won’t break the bank either! Hurrah!

1. Suit Up!

Lace doesn’t have to mean prim and pretty; give it a sophisticated spin with a tailored two-piece. A suit in a statement shade like this cobalt blue will work just as well for a winter wedding as it will for the office. Don’t forget the little details; a pair of party heels and a matching mini bag will finish off your look perfectly.

2. Velvet Crush

Not only do velvet and lace go together like a match made in fashion heaven but they also happen to be two of the fash pack’s fave fabric trends this season. So try layering this lacey number under a velvet pini dress, sit back and watch the style points roll in. A pair of patent black boots will help seal the deal.

3. Go Glam

Pretty lace detailing and high shine metallic finishes are the ultimate party pairing for the festive period. So for your next GNO ditch the LBD and try out this cool combo of silver skinnies and a doily-esque detailed top instead. Glitzy shoes and accessories, very much encouraged.

1: Trousers, £35 and jacket, £65, both Topshop // Shoes £45, and bag, £30, both River Island // Earrings, £5, ASOS // Blouse, £39, Miss Selfridge
2: Pini dress, £32, Dorothy Perkins // Black boots, £29.99, New Look // Beanie, £14, Topshop //Blouse, £39, Miss Selfridge
3: Silver trousers, £24.99, New Look // Bag, £35 Next // Shoes, £40, River Island // Blouse, £39, Miss Selfridge