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One of my favourite international high-end designers is Burberry London. Burberry London's garments are made from superior quality, using the most divine of fabrics, including luxurious silks and cashmere. I will keep coming back to Burberry London because of this. Their garments are, put simply, beautiful!

What I have my eye on this month, is the 100% silk pleat and bow tunic shirt in the colour military navy. It features a demure bow at the neck and feminine pleats running vertically down the centre panel at the front of the garment. I like the snap closure and button features as it means you can create more of casual look as well. Versatility is the key in making the most of your wardrobe. The more looks created from one garment, the better for you (and your pocket too).

This stunning silk tunic shirt would be the perfect partner to my Burberry London navy skirt as featured in a previous blog post (click here to see).

Remember, the key to investment dressing is that it's not about how many garments you own but rather, how much wear you get out of these garments!

Save, save, save and reap the rewards of a functional wardrobe.

Yours in style, 

Suzi x









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