Plan your payday with my top five pieces from Penneys

I have to say Penneys are on fire right now. Trends are galore, and if you want to get the look this season then you are spoilt for choice. You might have read my blog post from London Fashion Week wearing some of their latest pieces, well to give you a hand in editing down the pieces you simply have to have then I’m here at your service. I have gone through the lookbooks and chosen my top five pieces from Penneys  which are in store now, or to come over the next month or so, and I have added in some styling tips to help you put together a whole outfit.

The sequin bomber above it top of my shopping list and I intend on swapping out my blazers for this, simply because it’s way more awesome. If you style this over a cocktail dress for something more formal, you’ll add a street style twist.

top five pieces from penneys

We need to talk about suede and suedette for a second. It’s a warm, wonderfully practical fabric and Penneys have cornered in on this trend and created a short suedette jacket in the richest teal as an alternative to the old reliable black jacket. This one sits just at your waistline so it works with high waisted pencil skirts and trousers to keep proportion.

top five pieces from penneys

These perspex heel boots are just everything, and the pair that will be available in patent are even more lust-worthy. Try these with a midi length floral dress and leather jacket for a dressier style or even wear with your skinny jeans instead of the usual knee highs. A steal at €23!

top five pieces from penneys

Velvet is one of the most talked about trends of 2016, and this deep blue jacket is a winner for any occasion. I think with some satin wide leg trousers and a simple camisole you can change up the definition of occasion wear at Christmas. This jacket also has matching trousers if you want to do the whole co-ord thing (also €23).

top five pieces from penneys

Need some accessories, then try my favourite trend of the skinny scarf to dress up a plain knit or t-shirt. I like the stripe in this one to set it apart from the more pared back styles. Also doubles up as hair band. Clever, huh?

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