Psoriasis

Long Sleeves in Summer

This blog post was inspired by two things! Firstly, I received an email from Marks & Spencer very kindly offering 20% off all women’s shirts and blouses between now and midnight on April 29th (use code JUSTFORYOU at checkout). Secondly it seems like a lot of people are suffering flare ups at the moment. Whether that’s due to a change in the weather, the fact that we approaching the stressful exam time, or just because psoriasis is an inconsistent git that likes to irritate us as much as possible, the fact remains that many of us prefer to dress around our flare ups rather than invite the curious stares of others.
So let’s do so with some style! The great thing about M&S is that it really does cater for all types of events so I’ve looked at tops that will work from a day at the office to a night out with friends. Note that all prices quoted are pre discount. Starting with the shirt that is so beloved by many this season. The cotton mix, pale blue stripe complete with embroidered flowers. Love the name – very appropriate!
The Everywear Shirt, €34


A silkier effect now with this polyester black & white shirt. Don’t baulk at polyester; as my friend Kat says, “there is polyester and then there is polyester! If you’re not sure what that means, just do a compare and contrast between an M&S and a Primark polyester some day and you’ll understand. This is a great little shirt. Add to black trousers and white jacket for the perfect office look and pair with white denims and loafers for a laid back weekend.
Autograph Printed Long Sleeve Shirt, €55

ideal for concealing psoriasis

A little dressier now for a shirt that would definitely take you from the boardroom to cocktails. Such a lovely shape to this.
M&S Collection, Notch Neck Long Sleeve Blouse, €34

Pretty in pink, this shirt would team beautifully with white, navy, grey or denim. A versatile piece that would work well for work or play and at just over €20 with the discount, it’s as cheap as a half-way decent bottle of wine … but will last longer!
Pure Cotton Round Neck Long Sleeve Blouse, €27
what to wear if you have psoriasis

Looking at some dressier styles now that might also work for the office, but will definitely be great for a night out worn with coated skinnies, wide legged crops, slouchy full lengths … the options are endless!
For a dramatic print, the Autograph Printed Wrap Round Neck Long Sleeve Blouse, €60


Stripes and frills! Limited Edition Pure Cotton Frill Detail LongSleeve Blouse, €44

How sweet is this? Limited Edition Spotted Round Neck LongSleeve Blouse, €44


It’s often really difficult to find this style in a long sleeve, the Indigo Collection Floral Print Bardot Long Sleeve Blouse, €34

I love the clean lines of this. M&S Collection Cotton Blend Striped Button Shoulder Blouse, €37


I’ve seen this on other bloggers and it’s gorgeous on! Limited Edition Turtle Neck Ruffle Sleeve Blouse, €53

I tried this on a couple of months ago and can’t remember why I didn’t purchase. May have to revisit! M&S Collection Striped Notch Neck Long Sleeve Blouse, €37


A blush shade is so flattering on most people. Per Una Crinkle Notch Neck Long Sleeve Blouse, €37


Finishing with a nod to the ever popular boho theme. M&S Collection Pure Cotton Embroidered Blouse, €40


Before I go, just a quick reminder about the Psoriasis Shout Out which is returning to Dublin for one day only on Saturday May 20th. We’ll be based outside the House of Fraser on the ground floor level of the Dundrum Town Centre in Dublin. If you (or someone you know) suffers from psoriasis and would like to receive FREE advice from dermatologists and patients, please do come along for a chat! Full details here.


Have a great week!

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