It's official, we're a nation of brunch lovers. The last few years have seen a huge rise in the popularity of a good, Insta-friendly, brunch. There's food, there's friends - and you don't even need to get up early. What's not to like?
From lazy Sunday get-togethers, fulled by endless coffees (and perhaps nursing last night's sore heads) to disco-themed extravaganzas that lead, quite quickly, onto the dance floor. Whatever your vibe of the day, there'll be a brunch for you, we guarantee it.
What to wear can pose a tricky question. Do you roll out of bed and keep things comfy? Do you don some glitter in anticipation of a bottomless brunch carrying on well into the evening? (Although, it has to be said, that one of our favourite things about a daytime cocktail is getting all the fun of a full night out while keeping to a civilised 10pm bedtime.)
Take a look at our best brunch outfits below...
The Bottomless (Disco) Brunch
Speaking from experience, a disco bottomless brunch is an absolute crowd-pleaser. Get your dancing shoes on.
SHOP: The Disco Theme Bottomless Brunch
The Lazy Sunday Brunch
Armed with a comfy tracksuit and sunglasses to hide any tired eyes, get ready for a lazy brunch that stretches the entire length of Sunday.
SHOP: The Lazy Sunday Brunch Uniform
The Catch-Up Brunch
Time to catch-up with the girlies! Go for bright colours, roomy dresses (to avoid any digging waistbands) and comfy-but-cool clogs.
SHOP: The Catch Up With The Girlies
The Lady Of Leisure Brunch
A pair of tailored linen trousers is ideal for any occasion, especially a fancy brunch (just be sure to avoid any spills).
SHOP: The Fancy Pants Brunch
The '90s-Themed Brunch
There's recently been a rise in '90s-themed brunches, which are basically day-long sing-alongs, and we are here for it!
SHOP: The 90s Nostalgia Brunch
The Alfresco Brunch
A straw hat is an ideal alfresco dining companion worn with a cosy jumper because we don't trust the British weather just yet.