Into the Wild & out of the Changing Rooms - Tillett's

Into the Wild & out of the Changing Rooms

Animal print has proven to be one of the most popular styles of the last 30 years, combining the wild nature of the jungle with classic designs to create a statement look. But Tigers & Leopards aren’t for everyone so what about those of us who want to embrace our wild side without releasing our inner Bet Lynch??
At Tilletts we have created a Wild & Bloom Collection that embraces everything ‘Mother Nature’ in its most elegant and fierce form. From Zebra print to Butterflies and bright florals, it’s our most worldly collection yet….
So, join us while we count down our top 5 wonderfully wild and blossoming styles;
1. Float Like a Butterfly
Combining the natural beauty and elegance of the Butterfly with stunning pastel hues, create a statement style by pairing a delicate floral blouse with the contrast of distressed denim. Complete the look by pulling a colour and selecting a bag to match.
 2. Eternal Monochrome
“Colour is descriptive, Black & White is interpretive.”
Monochrome is the easiest combination to nail. Whether you’re pairing a Zebra Jumper with some Black Basic Joggers or opting for Black Shirt with White Bottoms, Monochrome is classic for a reason.
 3. Go Bright or Go Home
When someone walks into a room wearing bright colours, everyone takes notice. When set against a dark background, it makes the colours you’re wearing pop and stand out. Pair with light jeans for the ultimate impact.
4. Wear Your Attitude
Add the finishing touch to any look with a cool and casual Bomber Jacket. Perfect for dressing up or down, a Bomber Jacket is the smart street to bar style that we all need.
5. Party like a Flock-Star!
Add a little bling and bird to your wardrobe with a fun animal sweater. Our sparkling flamingo number is the ideal piece for pairing with jeans or joggers to create a casual and comfortable look. After all, who doesn’t like Flamingo’s?
How do you embrace your wild and free style? Let us know in the comments below.
Author: Sheryl Gibson-Hill

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