After launching such a successful first collection with Primark last year, Stacey Solomon’s second collection is even bigger and better. Filled with every day style staples, including cosy knits, midi skirts and on trend boots, the collection has got all your AW19 fashion needs covered.
Stacey is a life-long Primark lover and shopper, and has carefully edited her range for the season ahead.
'I’ve loved Primark since I was a little girl and that I could afford the clothes but never compromised the quality,' she said. 'I love that there’s something for everyone and those are some of the big inspirations behind my newest collection.'
Stacey Solomon X Primark has been designed to cater for and flatter all shapes and sizes, and through the use of non-airbrushed images it encourages women to embrace their natural self. Stacey also puts a big emphasis on ensuring comfort; all the pieces from the collection are easy-to-wear, but by no means compromise on style.
Our fashion team have picked our favourite must have items:
The Brown Teddy Coat, £30
A winter wardrobe is incomplete without a coat that’s (almost) as comfortable as your dressing gown. The Brown Teddy Coat from Stacey’s collection comes pretty close. The versatile brown colour would make this a super easy addition to your wardrobe - and if you don't fancy brown, this cosy coat comes in cream too. We love the dropped shoulders, slouchy oversized fit and large side pockets. At a very reasonable £30, what more could you want?
The Chunky Brown Boot, £18
Next up is the boot of the season. It may be reminiscent of hiking attire, but lace-up biker boots are taking the high-street by storm this A/W. Understandably so - they're so comfy and practical!Primark’s Chunky Brown Boot (also available in black) is the perfect seasonal boot. Brown makes a refreshing change from black, and would work wonderfully with faux leather trousers or denim. At only £18 you can’t go wrong.
The Checked Roll Neck Jumper, £13
How many jumpers is too many jumpers? Trick question! We think you can never have enough. Cosy knits are standard protocol October through till about March, so having a varied collection is a winter wardrobe must. This checked roll neck jumper, £13 from the Stacey Solomon X Primark range, is beautiful. The muted, neutral tones are gorgeous and tie in perfectly with the tonal dressing trend.
The Brown Leather Skirt, £15
Faux leather is a big trend this A/W; it is perfect for introducing different textures to an outfit. Stacey’s edit includes several faux leather pieces, but we think the £15 Brown Leather Skirt is a must have. Midi skirts are very trans-seasonal, wear with trainers on warmer days and swap for tights and boots in chillier temperatures.
The Brown Croc Bag, £12
Lastly, we have the £12 Brown Croc Bag, because no outfit is complete without it. This moc-croc number screams autumn. We love the deep chocolate brown colour and gold hardware – and it’s big enough to keep all your daily essentials safe.
Available in sizes 4-20, Stacey Solomon X Primark is a celebration of all body types. With its flattering cuts and cosy comfortable pieces, autumnal dressing never looked so easy.
Emma White is a freelance fashion and lifestyle writer. She has worked in the publishing industry since she graduated with an English Literature degree from the University of Southampton in 2018. Combining her love of writing and fashion, she started working as part of the fashion team at woman&home in early 2019.
Emma writes about a broad range of fashion topics, from trending seasonal styles, to sustainable fashion, how to get designer looks for less on the high street and timeless wardrobe classics. When she isn’t writing she is probably shopping, looking for the latest piece to update her wardrobe.
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