While it’s raining one minute and the sun is splitting the clouds the next; the unpredictable Irish weather has us feeling sceptical about our choice of season staples this coming spring. The temperamental forecast can prove to be a difficult challenge when picking an outfit to wear each day. Not knowing what to expect, we’ve curated a list of staple wardrobe pieces from Primark for multi-purposes.
In a reflective silver colour, this casual coach jacket is an easy first choice. A popular style which is growing in demand, the fabric is light and its durability, challenged. Although the ‘L.A’ logo gives us ‘Straight Outta Compton’ vibes, it’s the clean-cut sideline design that has us sold. Another strength, you can pair this versatile piece with both dark or light colours, and casual or smart styles, providing a happy medium for your look for any occasion.
For those of you who prefer to keep things layered during 3/4 seasons, this crew neck jumper is a perfect buy this spring. In a muted tone, the contrasting panel graphic adds a touch of necessary detail, while worked with a pair of black slim fit jeans, white trainers, and sunglasses. The soft lilac col0ur is low-key flamboyant and the wide trims give for a relaxed aesthetic.
When it comes to a two-piece suit, you really can’t go wrong. This baby blue ensemble is suitable for both a trip to town or an evening meal at your favourite restaurant. Dress it down with a plain white tee and a pair of chunky trainers, or dress it up with a crispy shirt and slip-on shoe; it works with almost anything.
Denim on Denim
This next style, denim on denim, is a true classic. It brings us back to the days of Elvis, a country singer who changed the face of pop with his slick hairstyle and energetic charisma. Here in black, it comes at a cost of around €40 for a full look. Connected with a pair of black trainers below, you can add your own rock’n’roll twist by incorporating a pair of hi-top leather boots and a printed shirt.
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