In my previous post I wrote about how I wanted to make this blog more tailored for university students and one of my ways of doing this, was to create affordable fashion edits. Boohoo has been one of my favourite websites as a student, they always have new pieces and of course are always affordable. Unlike some other online fashion websites they have maintained their price range since they started and haven't up'd their costings with their popularity.

However, I know that looking through the website for those ideal affordable pieces can be time consuming and sometimes a little frustrating. So I'll be putting together weekly edits of what I believe to be the ' Best of New In'. Hopefully, you'll be able to find something which suites your needs (or in my case, wants) and be able to add a new addition to your wardrobe without much hassle. Without further ado, here are this week's top picks.

Left to Right: Wrap Cami | £12, Denim Shacket | £25, Suedette Tassel Skirt | £20

I'm all about buying pieces you can wear whenever you want, but that doesn't mean these pieces need to be basic! Leopard print isn't everyone's cup of tea, but it wouldn't be an edit of mine without at least one piece. The colour of this is so versatile and it being a wrap means you can tie it in many ways meaning you can wear it with jeans, shorts and any length of skirt. The Denim Shacket can be dressed up or down and I think that the fraying at the edges really elevates this top and takes it from quite a basic item to something really quite fashionable and expensive looking. Tassels are everywhere this season and this suedette skirt is a really fun piece which will last when the trend is over due to the fact that the shape and colour is very classic.

Sport stripped Jumpsuit | £20

Since Kim Kardashian rocked those Adidas popper tracksuits at Paris Fashion Week in 2016, every high street store has bought out their version. I really like the trend (and got myself a pair of the adidas ones) but what I like even more is where Boohoo has taken this style. This jumpsuit keeps the sporty style and shows a cheeky bit of leg without the popper attached. It looks super comfortable and is a really flattering shape. At £20 I doubt you'll be able to find a whole outfit for much cheaper too. 

Top: Lemon Fluted Dress | £22 Below: Floral Skater Dress | £25

Graduation is coming up so I thought I'd throw in some pretty dresses which could be appropriate for it. Although, I think these could be worn for plenty of other events too. The Lemon fluted dress is so much fun and it's ruched too meaning it's going to be flattering. The floral skater dress is a little more traditional but I think a pretty timeless piece. It nips in at the waist and has a high neck, but a floaty skirt so will move with you. 

Colour Block Rugby Shirt | £15

Sports style is still going strong and I'm here for it. However, I'm not here for spending nearly £30 each time when a new addition comes to the trend. This is a steal at £15 and it's cropped so gives a feminine touch to quite a cool tomboy style top. The colour blocking is a nice twist and although it is a similar colour palette to some of the higher end brands, it doesn't rip straight off them which I really enjoy. 

Lace Flare Sleeved Playsuite | £20
Festival season is coming! And once that's over... Vacation season is here! The good news is, if you shop from the tall category, this playsuit will see you through both. In either colour! The shape is very boho chic but the lace gives it a bit more of an edgy twist. You can pair it with boots and layer on the jewellery like how the model is style or pair it with a large straw hat and sandals for a stylish beach look.

And that's this week's edit! I hope you agree with some of my choices, let me know what you think and check back next Sunday for another edit.