What to Wear: Sitara*

Sitara* is back on Saturday the 3rd April, and what better way to start the second half of this term. It’s finally starting to feel like spring, a great time to try out new fashion trends of the season. Check out this What to Wear for some inspiration in creating a look for Sitara*.
Dresses
sitara - dresses

 

This Spring, think bright colours and interesting patterns. The sun is starting to shine a little more on this tiny town and it’s time to dust off your spring dresses, or treat yourself to a new one. Geometric patterns are especially big this season, however you really can’t go wrong with a classic Paisley patterned dress like the one above if the geometric patterns are a bit too loud for you. Shift dresses and bodycon styles are especially summery, so don’t be afraid to let your legs out and avoid floor length dresses for this event. Most importantly, pick a cut that is flattering for your body shape and you’ll look great and feel even better!
Shoes
sitara shoes

 

Shoes are a great way to add an interesting twist to your outfit if you’ve stuck to a classic, one colour piece or your favourite LBD. It’s easier to be braver with your shoes so try something different for Sitara*. For me, the higher the better with shoes, however if you find higher heels daunting, a platform or a wedge is a great option, giving you height and stability at the same time. If you’ve gone for a patterned dress or something more brightly coloured, you really can’t go wrong with a pair of black heels or a chunky pair of black sandals. And plus, if you’re buying a new pair, black shoes will go with many more outfits after this one and so they’re great value for money.
Accessories 
sitara accessories

 

Like shoes, accessories are a brilliant way to create a new outfit if you don’t want to buy yourself a new dress. Be bold with your jewellery, you can’t really wear too much if you’re wearing a more simple dress. Clutch bags look great and are incredibly handy for keeping all your most important things for a night out. Your bag doesn’t necessarily have to match your shoes but it can really pull an outfit together if they’re a similar colour. Most importantly when it comes to accessories is to pick things that you’re comfortable with wearing and that really compliment your outfit as a whole.
Images created on Polyvore.

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