WEAR it as a dress in tier 1, a poncho in tier 2 and a coat in tier 3.
Jess Evans shows you how to style a cosy shawl five ways. She dresses up the versatile blanket scarf, £17.50, M&S Collection at Marks & Spencer.
Believe it or not, this shawl can be styled five waysCredit: 2020
PERFECT for the pub beer garden in tier 2 – and you can keep one arm free to hold your drink.
This poncho look is perfect for the pub beer garden in tier 2Credit: David Cummings – Commissioned by The Sun
- Drape the blanket starting at one shoulder.
- Cross it under the second arm finishing around your waist and secure with a pin.
Green pleather trousers, £25.99, Mango; boots, as with midi skirt
Look stylish at the school gates by swapping joggers for a midi skirtCredit: David Cummings – Commissioned by The Sun
SCHOOLS will remain open everywhere, so look stylish at the gates by swapping joggers for a midi skirt.
- Starting at the front, place your blanket and take it to the back of your body, crossing over and securing with a pin.
- If it feels loose around the waist, make it double secure with a belt of your choice.
Sweater vest, £15.20, Nasty Gal; boots, £39.99, Reserved
THE lowest restrictions in tier 1 allow restaurant dinner dates. Look chic and stay cosy for the walk home. Add tights for extra warmth.
This poncho dress is great for a restaurant dinner dateCredit: David Cummings – Commissioned by The Sun
- Follow the same steps as the batwing top.
- Pin at the back from the nape of your neck down and secure with a belt.
Belt, £5, Primark; boots, as with midi skirt
This batwing top will keep you warm on your Zoom callsCredit: David Cummings – Commissioned by The Sun
BE the best dressed in the room, or on Zoom, with this versatile way of wearing your blanket.
- Lay the blanket across your chest allowing your arms to poke through the bottom.
- Tie at the back in a knot or secure at the nape of your neck with a pin.
Trousers, as poncho, boots as midi skirt
USE it as an extra cover up for walks in tier 3, and snuggle up under it when you get home.
Drape your poncho around your neck for a coat effectCredit: David Cummings – Commissioned by The Sun
- Drape the blanket around your neck leaving the front open.
Shacket, £48, Next; sweater vest, £15.20, Nasty Gal; culottes, stylist’s own; boots, as with midi skirt
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