We challenge our wardrobes five days a week because we need to create great outfits that represent the best version of ourselves at our work places. By the time the weekend rolls around, our creative juices would have probably ran dry.
Getting stylishly dressed during the weekends require a certain dedication and for most of us at herworldPLUS, sleeping in late usually takes precedence over outfit planning.
Still, we can't turn off the desire to want to look good during the weekends...we are fashion girls through and through! We want to look good but we just don't want to put any effort into getting dressed. With that in mind, we’ve gone out and assembled these three super low maintenance outfits that are fuss-free, comfortable, and most importantly, sartorially satisfying.
No painful heels, multiple layers and absolutely nothing constricting. Whether you are lounging at a friend’s place, running an errand or going on a brunch date, we’ve got you covered.
If you are lounging at home/friend’s place:
(Clockwise) Cotton sweater shirt, $83 by Beyonce from shop.Beyonce.com; Cotton ribbed pants, $59.90 by Uniqlo U from Uniqlo; Rubber slides, $114 by Katy Perry from Luisaviaroma.com
Beyonce might not have won the coveted award at the Grammys this year, but she will always be the queen of our hearts. We are super obsessed with this adorable sweatshirt from the Lemonade album merchandise!
Make the outfit extra cosy with Uniqlo U’s cotton ribbed pants and finish the look with a pair of cheery rubber slides from Katy Perry’s eponymous new shoe line that boasts really affordable prices.
If you are running errands:
(Clockwise) Ribbed viscose and nylon top, $150 by Tommy x Gigi from Tommy Hilfiger; leather and suede crossbody bag, $250 by J.Crew; Cotton ripped jeans, $106 by Topshop; Cotton embroidery pom pom flats, $426 by Joshua Sanders from Ifchic.com
Maybe it’s just our love for denim but it’s quite impossible to go through a weekend without wearing jeans. It makes effortless style so easy to accomplish through its comfortable natural fibres with ease of fit and form.
We recommend keeping things simple with a no frills top and a small crossbody bag (to keep your hands-free!) so that it’s easy for you to be out and about. Comfortable shoes are a given, but we decided to do away with the usual sneakers. Here, we opted for a pair of real head-turners from Joshua Sanders. Don’t you just love the whimsical embroidery?
If you are going on a brunch date:
(Clockwise) Viscose paneled organza dress, $293 by Tibi from The Outnet; Hand-painted straw mini bag. $170 by Sensi Studio from Brandoutlet.com; Satin embellished slides, $1,206 by N.21 from Farfetch.com
A great outfit is always part of the weekend brunch equation. But it gets a little tricky because you want to keep it comfortable and simple but not without dash of panache. Cue, the easy breezy midi dress. This lightweight asymmetrical cut dress is your best bet for brunch, as it gives you just the right amount of chicness and sophistication while keeping you cool in Singapore’s hot and sticky weather.
Skip the heavy leather bags and go for something on-trend like this Jane Birkin–esque straw bag with a hand printed macaw on it. As for your shoes, we’d suggest that you go for something eye-catching like these satin slides. They are super easy to put on but the embellishments help to make the outfit feel thought-out.