After my call out for ‘three way’ challenges, my friend Danielle threw this jumper at me:
Mega cute right? But dressing a bunny jumper up three different ways – what a challenge. It took a bit of browsing around and online window shopping (oh, woe is me!) but I think I’ve nailed it!
Look 1: Sunshine preppy
This blouse popped up in my email as it’s currently half price (seriously, grab it before I buy them all) and I just knew it had to be paired with a leather skirt. The bunny jumper over this lot, with just the peek of a yellow blouse and socks puts a splash of colour in to this preppy look.
Look 2: Navy and check
Cooperative Trousers in Red Check Print | Urban Outfitters | £48
Navy cami top | River Island | £10
Satin slingback peep-toe sandals | Barratts | £20
Navy mini satchel bag | Yumi | £25
Navy Barry M Nail Polish | Nail Varnish Direct | £2.95
My short legs just don’t go with trousers, but I really need these check print ones. And I love the idea of the muted navy pallet against the check and bunny jumper. Plus, it stops the trousers from looking too Rupert The Bear/Rod Stewart.
Look 3: Bunny Up
Peter Jensen Rabbit dress | People Tree | £68
Bannyla ballet flats | Le Bunny Bleu | £27.45
Johnny Loves Rosie bunny ears headband | ASOS | £12
Rabbit bowler bag | Next | £34
Alice in Wonderland Book Page brooch | House of Ismay via NOTHS | £10
It had to be done – I could not resist the lure of searching for all the bunny themed clothing. The dress, shoes and jumper would work together without drawing too many funny looks, but by the time you add the ears and bag people may start to spot the theme (although the ears are surprisingly quite subtle). And that brooch – made out of a page from Alice in Wonderland is just the icing on this (bunny shaped) cake.
Please use the comments below to tell me which look or piece you like best. How would you still out that jumper?