We don’t care how ‘basic‘ it is, we love a good brunch. Not many things can get us out of bed quicker than the promise of a pancake stack, smashed avocado on toast or eggs (fried, scrambled or poached – we’re not fussy). The rules of brunching attire aren’t particularly strict, but comfort is key. Check out some of the get-ups below on Looker users to see how to nail comfortable style with an on trend twist.

Shop Amelia’s Style on Looker 

A pair of statement shorts can immediately dress up wardrobe staples like a vest top, sandals and oversized blazer. Do like Amelia and opt for a printed polka dot pair – the muted green shade helps elevate the look and take it out of Minnie Mouse territory.

Shop Jodie’s Style on Looker 

A loose jumpsuit and a pair of Converse is the ideal caj look. Jumpsuits never look too try hard but the different prints and fits available help keep ’em on trend – go all out in colourful stripes á la Jodie to nail effortless summer style.

Rianna Mara
Shop Rianna’s Style on Looker 

When you think of brunch, cycling shorts aren’t usually the attire that springs to mind but thanks to the lycra; you can eat to your heart’s content (belts and waistbands digging into stomachs never did anyone’s appetite any good). Pair with an oversized tee and fresh white kicks like Rianna to amp up the casual vibe – match your tee to your shorts for extra style points!

Shop Samantha’s Style on Looker 

If you’re brunchin’ at more of an up-market spot, follow Samantha’s lead and embrace a timeless look. A crisp shirt and white denim creates a fresh vibe but add a straw bag for an SS18 touch – they’re all over the high-street at the moment!

Sarah Jayne
Shop Plain Sarah Jayne’s Style on Looker 

Breathe new life into a monochrome look by going for a polka dot two-piece! The frill detail on Plain Sarah Jayne’s get-up adds a girlie touch while the sorbet hued jacket slung from her shoulders adds a casually cool finish.


Heading up to Manchester in the near future? Take a lot at our favourite brunch spots in the city centre.

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