I think it's safe to say I'm now officially a PEP&CO fan; I truly am gutted that there isn't a store anywhere near me as I'd love to be able to go in for a proper browse! The clothes are both stylish and affordable which are two key factors I take into account when I'm shopping for items for my own wardrobe. The prices and quality aren't dissimilar to that of Primark which is one of my go to stores for on trend clothes and accessories. Although I'm happy to (and in fact prefer to) invest in classic pieces, I always buy cheaper high fashion items that might not get the same amount of wear as the timeless ones!
My current five favourites from PEP&CO are:
Khaki dress, £14
What's not to love about this gorgeous dress! With that Bardot neckline, it's perfect for right now (teamed with black tights and boots) but will look equally good with bare legs and sandals come summer.
Nude ballerina pumps, £4
I love ballet pumps in spring; they're super handy to keep by the door to slip on when nipping out to do the school run, and comfy too.
Cut out shirt, £10
This is a perfect example of when I prefer to buy budget clothes. I absolutely love the cut out trend that's doing the rounds at the moment but know it won't last forever so don't want to spend a fortune on any items in this style.
Red Bardot top, £7
I love this off the shoulder design and the vibrant red pattern. It will make a gorgeous floaty summer blouse later in the year but I've been wearing it with dungarees while the weather is a bit cooler.
Embroidered shirt, £12
This shirt needs no introduction, so many of you have commented on it and have gone on to buy it! I love the lightweight cotton material and the colourful, intricate embroidery detail.
Thanks to PEP&CO for sending me a selection of clothes from their SS17 range... now hurry up and open a store that's close to me please!