Day 5: Taking it back to basics

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We have come to the end of our style week and we hope you have picked your ideal outfit to impress that special someone tonight :)
To finish things off, we introduce to you our signature piece: the Classic Plain T-shirt range. Here are some last minutes style tips if you still haven’t made your mind up about what to wear tonight.

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We understand that on some days, our Darth Rella or All Day Raglan might not fit your mood. Thats why we created this simple, classic range so you can play it safe. The classic t-shirt range comes in navy, white and black. The navy version as you can see above has a grey tiger embroidery which works extremely well with mahogany or burgundy colours. The jacket that we styled with our t-shirt is from a brand called A-non and we both sell at Spitalfields Market, London.

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This is the black classic t-shirt with a white tiger embroidery. For a more smart look, tone down the colours and stick to darks or neutrals such as dark blue, dark brown and grey.

We are selling this t-shrit range alongside all other in our A/W’13 collection online and at Spitalfields Market. Come down and visit us every friday and saturday, we are based in ‘New Spitalfields Market’- you won’t miss us!


 Style Tips Summary:

  • Our navy classic t-shirt matches well with mahogany or burgundy colours particularly for jacket
  • Alternatively, wear the black classic t-shirt with more dark and neutral colours
  • Bottoms dark blue denim jeans and/or chinos
  • Always keep it simple

How would you wear the Classic Plain T-shirt:
Tell us how you would rock this range by putting #rellaloves in front of your tweets and send us a photo so the rest of your Rella friends can learn from your tips. 


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