SS13 Trends From the Tweet Seat

Earlier this evening I was live tweeting from the Tweet Seat in Manchester Arndale where stylist Debs was presenting some of the SS13 trends and key pieces from Next, Bank and Superdry. Check out the funky Big Brother-esque chairs!

tweetseat March
Tweet Seat Arndale

(Thanks to Sarah from Fashion Dotty for sending this photo over)

Manchester Arndale
Tweet Seat fashion

Here are a few of the pieces I really liked…

Cobalt blue is the colour of the moment for me, and I’m also really keen on jersey/stretchy pencil shape skirts at the moment. It’s a great silhouette – I love to pair with a slouchy shirt or jumper. This cobalt skirt from is designed to be extra flattering with the diagonally-striped panels, and apparently it’s been very popular in-store. Love the back detail on this cobalt lace top too, and this dip dye maxi will be so great for summer (all from Next).

Cobalt blue pencil skirt
cobalt blue lace
dip dye maxi

It should be pretty obvious by now that monochrome is huge right now, and it works as it’s a great transitional trend. My wardrobe already features black and white striped items, but I’m pretty tempted by this shirt. Again, great detail to the back. A black and white spotty jersey pencil skirt caught my eye too, but sad to say I didn’t get a shot. At the great price of £16 it’s on my watch list! (Both from Next)

Monochrome trend
Monochrome stripe shirt

There’s so many ways to wear floral, and apparently this neon dress from Next got a great reception from everyone on the day!

Neon floral dress

And honourable mention goes to these Chanel-esque chic tweed shorts from Bank. These would look great with opaque black tights and heels.

Tweed shorts

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