Weekend Edit: 3 Outfit Ideas to Slay the Weekend

 

Work your way down to see (and more importantly, shop) our favourite stylist-approved weekend looks.

As far as we're concerned, weekend outfits need to be as easy to put together as possible. You want to spend maximum time enjoying the weekend rather than having multiple outfit changes.

That said, we've rounded up our edit of perfect weekend outfits. You can never go wrong with a playful dress or sophisticated jumpsuit for her. Little touches can also make your outfits feel a little more considered, so don't forget the impact of a pair of eye-catching footwear or sunglasses. Be warned: Scrolling will result in you wanting to buy yourself a new outfit (or three).

Whether it’s enjoying high tea or exploring cultural spots of Singapore, work your way down to see (and more importantly, shop) our favourite weekend looks from the newly launched Frasers eStore!

A Pastel-Coloured Stroll

 

While going for a stroll, pose for a cute selfie and add a dash of pastel pink to your Instagram feed!

There’s nothing better than a carefree stroll through your neighbourhood park. Exude ethereal and romantic vibes while doing so in pastel shades. Pastel pinks are by far one of the most accessible, easy to find pastel shades.

Take for instance this Abby Floral Print Midi Dress from Kenjo which features pastel pink flowers. While out on your stroll, you will likely need a pair of comfortable shoes like this pair of Lovireclya Flatform Sneakers from Aldo to conquer your weekend to-do list. It’s also sensible to carry a backpack like the Mini Ballerina Bag from Osaka Owl, which is roomy enough to hold a compact camera, umbrella, and reusable water bottle, yet stylish enough that you feel attractive and confident. While you’re out in the sun, this pair of Marc by Marc Jacobs Sunglasses from Better Vision will keep your peppers protected.


 

It’s a Suite Life

 

Just because you’re not actually overseas, doesn’t mean that you can’t dress the part.

Reimagine your holidays and nurse your travel bug by booking yourself a staycation. Check into a luxurious hotel and gather your girlfriends for a fancy tête-à-tête over high tea and bubbly! After all, we spend a large part of our travels indulging in food too!

For an occasion like a sumptuous afternoon tea experience, jumpsuits have the winning combination of comfort and lady-like elegance, not to mention it’s also convenient to wear without having to worry about mixing and matching. Try on this V-neck Polka Dot Jumpsuit from Mann & Co. Lifestyle with a pair of comfy Basic Soft PU Leather Ballet Slippers from Shine. Sling a mint Satchel Bag from The Bonia House over your shoulder to keep your essentials, and put on a chic Emporio Armani Sunglasses from Better Vision to complete the look.


 

An Exploration in Prints

 

Are you looking to venture out of solid colours for your personal style? Read on to find out how!

As classic as solid tones can be, try reinvigorating your usual basic style with prints! Whether you're spending your day picnicking or off getting your intake of local culture at a museum, dress in a way that might pay proper homage to your beautiful surroundings.

Stand out and turn heads in this Relina Sash Dress from M)phosis. Adding a bold pattern like this abstract floral design printed dress is the easiest way to show that you've put real thought into your outfit. To further elevate the outfit, pair it with this light green Candidly Sandals from Aldo, as well as this pair of milky coral Coach Sunglasses from Better Vision. This solid brown Saddle Cross Body Bag from M)phosis keeps your essentials like a bottle of hand sanitiser close, and, most importantly, prevents you from having to set your bag down on unclean surfaces.


 

Whether you are spending the weekend eating your way through new cafés and restaurants or exploring nature, we hope these outfits have given you some ideas to fuel your weekend outfit inspiration. Now all you have to do is to shop these looks from the Frasers eStore and get them delivered to you free of charge!

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