She’s known for her straight-talking attitude on screen and her effortless style on the red carpet, and Lucy Watson‘s wardrobe has been going from strength to strength recently. Landing Very’s summer campaign and kickstarting her very own style blog are just the beginning of her quest for world fashion domination. Trust us, getting to know Ms Watson’s fashion formula will be the key to nailing this summer’s trends.
With much of her wardrobe coming straight from the Great British High Street, her style is one that’s super easy to take on board. From killer daytime looks to making the most of her evening arsenal, here’s how to decode Lucy’s look.
From cheesecloth shirts to perfect midi skirts, Lucy is a big fan of statement stripes. We are totally in love with her Urban Outfitter’s button-down which you can get your hands on for less than £50. We love how she has teamed it with a cute black crop, but also think it would look amazing paired with more stripes to really tap into that Seventies trend.
Over here at LOOK, we are huge fans of dungarees and pinafore dresses and Luce clearly feels the same way. This insanely cute denim pick from Miss Selfridge has been right at the top of our wish lists for a while now. Lucy’s polo-neck pairing is ideal for drifting into spring but now that it’s (finally) starting to warm up, make this look work by layering with simple tees or Bardot tops all summer long.
When it comes to making an entrance with your ensemble, the key is detail. These amazing Pull & Bear slip-ons look totally designer (hello Joshua Sanders) with their cute letter detail and give a serious edge to a go-anywhere shoe. Making Lucy’s casual ensemble pop, don’t be afraid to wear these with everything!
Speaking of statement detail, the way to finish every look off is with a subtle piece of jewellery. Since Lucy owns her own jewellery brand, she has the pick of the best. Try out this amazing frog feet ring and watch that manicure pop!
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By Amy de Klerk