Mother’s Day Outfits – Sorted!

Isn’t Mother’s Day the best? You get a valid excuse to have a lie-in, get flowers and probably a nice Sunday lunch in a family-friendly pub somewhere (lunch time wine? Don’t mind if I do!)

And of course, it’s nice to look good – and feel good – on Mother’s Day so using all of the tips I’ve picked up from those clever fashion editors I’ve worked with in the past, I’ve created a couple of outfits for Mother’s Day, using clothing from F&F at Tesco. (YES! Fashion doesn’t have to be expensive, ladies!)

They’ve got a lovely Aztec biker jacket which is very Zara, and teamed with their cream lace top and boyfriend jeans, it creates a casual but on-trend look. If you’re off for a nice pub lunch, these demi wedge peep toe shoes are perfect (remember to paint your toe nails a nice bright colour). I’ve added a statement necklace and classic black handbag to complete the look.

F-and-F-Tesco-outfit

Showing how versatile the boyfriend jeans and lace top are, this second outfit sees them paired with a gorgeous kimono top from F&F for a different look. This would look great if you’re being treated to a sneaky evening Mother’s Day date. Stick on some bright court shoes and a clutch and you’ll be good to go!

F&F Tesco outfit

And of course, we can’t forget the kiddos. I picked out an Aztec print skirt and white butterfly sandals from F&F, which worn with a plain tee and cute star-print hairband will look as cute as a button.

F&F kidswear

What are your plans on Mother’s Day and what are you planning to wear?

• Big thanks to F&F at Tesco for asking me to create these outfits for Mother’s Day. For information on how I work with brands, see my Work With Me page.

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