Bonmarche are a relatively new label to me, their down to earth styles make for simple everyday outfits that are easy to put together. This is also reflected in the price, Bonmarche offer great value for your hard earned cash, especially if you play my favourite little game of working out the ‘price per wear’
The company describes itself as…
“… the UK’s largest womenswear value retailer. We pride ourselves’ on offering quality clothing with appropriate styling, great value and in a wide range of sizes, along with outstanding customer service. The Bonmarché fashion range includes casual and formal separates, outerwear, dresses, swimwear, lingerie, nightwear and accessories”
What is Price Per Wear?
To find this out you simply divide the price by the number of times you have worn it, this gives you the true value of your item. I always do this for expensive items, it makes me feel less guilty (I’m sure you do this all the time?)
My Everyday Summer Wear Outfit Choices
Bonmarché generously invited me to pick a few of their new summer styles, to add to my wardrobe, this is what I picked:
- Flute sleeve swing dress
- Cropped cotton trousers (available in assorted colours)
- Gold wedge Espadrilles
- Anchor print cropped trousers (I’m wearing white but I loved these too)
- New York print t-shirt
…and this is how I wore and styled them..
White crops and grey tee both Bonmarche (see list above) Vintage basket from boot fair and white mules from Zara.
I chose to wear the dress as a tunic over the white dress and good job I did it was soooo windy that day, but the beer was good!
Red crops and ‘london’ Tee with gold Espadrilles all Bonmarche. Gold belt is an old one from New Look.
I think these 6 items would be perfect to take on holiday too.
You can read more of my summer outfit ideas here
We took these pics at the weekend in a very well known dorset village called Milton Abbas we are lucky to have it just down the road from us, so pretty.
Bestest wishes to you and yours!