Calling all students: we know how tricky dressing for any occasions can be with a tight budget, especially when your typical day can begin in the library and end in the SU bar drinking Cheeky Vimtos until 3am. So, we’ve designed with you in mind. Lo and behold the classic little black dress. Not just your usual LBD, this garment has an Arteecollage spin on it – we’ve made it bodycon, racerback, and easily wearable as a long tee. We tested the diverse qualities by asking a student blogger to don the tee in her everyday life.
From Lectures to Lights, by Sophie Mayanne
As a student there can be expectations to look good- you need a multi-functional wardrobe that can take you from everyday chic to the lights of a club night- something comfortable, something stylish. But you need to be wise, so invest in wardrobe staples that can take you to wherever you need to be.
Personally. my favourite item at the moment is the Arteecollage racer back black dress- a must in any aspiring wardrobe. Ethical and urban, and designed with modal fabric, the luxurious silk qualities offer comfort and skim across the figure in a flattering manner. It’s the ideal piece to take me from long studious lectures, to that all important student night out.
For day to day versatility team this tee with a blazer- or knitted cardigan. I’ve opted for a printed blazer (pictured above) to reflect my artistic personality; A perfect partner in crime with the ArteeCollage LBD. The tee is also combined with ankle boots, my personal choice being a black, muted design, or, if you desire a more glamorous effect team with heels, and you’re ready to take on the world.
So spend wisely, and invest your student loan (or pay cheque) in Arteecollage, for timeless pieces that offer a luxurious silk like feel like no other brand- why not make your money stretch that bit further and visit Arteecollage on Amazon? A chance to buy clothing and still have money left over for a cocktail? Yes please.
And if you’re a keen artist – keep an eye out for Artee Collage’s collaborations with artists such as Paul Engeris where you can add unique, eye catching designs to your wardrobe.
- Sophie Mayanne