If there is one store on the high street that is ticking absolutely every single one of my boxes right now, it is hands down Mango. I am by no means ending my love affair with H&M and there are still pieces on my wish list from my H&M edit that I fully intend to buy, but in Mango EVERYTHING is good! If I had to choose just one shop to go to for my spring summer wardrobe refresh it would be here. Bold statement, I know! I am loving And Other Stories too, but budget is an issue, right?!
But Mango’s collection is so strong that the belts and earrings, bags and hairbands are just as stunning as the jumpers, blouses, dresses and shoes.
What I really appreciate about Mango’s spring summer 19 vibe is that they are really going in on the neutral and beige trend, a trend that can be inserted into most wardrobes. Even better, it’s a trend that is ideal for us mamas that want to treat ourselves to some new pieces for the new season (because we deserve to), but want to make sure whatever we invest our money into can be worn for seasons to come and not just the current. This is exactly how I am shopping for SS19.
Seashells are oddly enough trending for the warmer months and so are statement buckle belts, so this seashell belt is a great way to embrace a trend in a really simple way without being too costly. Alongside the belts, I am loving all of the jute bags, the gorgeous printed chiffon dress, the cow leather mules, which will look amazing just thrown on with a pair of white jeans or with a gorgeous floaty dress and last but no least, the ruched neck jumpsuit, which is arguably more me than the boiler suits that have already swept Instagram like a swarm of bees.
I have tried to create an edit that will allow you to rest assured that your money is being well spent should you decide to make a purchase. These are pieces that are on trend now but that aren’t so brazen that their appeal will fade like how some trends do. These are pieces that are trend-less, that I would happily wear beyond the trend and most importantly, affordable. Quality wise, of course Mango is not Cos or And Other Stories, but it is better quality than H&M, less mass populace than Zara and I would even argue that it’s better quality than Zara too. So good quality, good design and lots of wearability is what this edit is all about!
As always, feel free to comment down below and let me know what you’re loving and please tag or DM me over on Instagram if you make a purchase inspired by this edit! I really appreciate the love and it just helps me to understand better what you guys are loving!
I really hope you like it, because I am so passionate about this one!
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