Embroidered layering

 

img_5880I spotted this embroidered tuelle top from Zara a few weeks ago and loved the casual cool element of it. Sometimes embroidery can look very feminine and rich for daywear but there is something so stylish about this mesh overlay top.

For £19.99 was I really going to sit there and ponder about how much I’d wear it? No way this was instantly added to my cart and we went straight through to checkout! Embroidery is often so expensive but you have to fish out the detailed and expensive looking embroidery from the cheap ones. As I waited for this top to arrive I spotted it in my local Zara store and the quality of the embroidery is really good, with excellent colour and so much intricate detail on the front and running along the sleeves.

 

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I decided to wear the top over a high neck white sleeveless top for a more high fashion style. This look is perfect for more dressed down days teamed with some black loafers as pictured. By wearing a white top underneath it helps the coloured embroidery to really come through and I quite like the light grey tone that the two tops give when combined.

This is a top that I think I’ll be wearing throughout spring because it’s an absolute steal of an item that can be dressed up or down! Perhaps for winter I’ll  team it with an oversized cardigan and a thick belt weaving through my skinny jeans.

What are your thoughts on embroidery?

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