As February temperatures remain icy, your summer wardrobe
can seem like a very distant concept. However there’s no reason not to inject some newness into your rotation.
The answer? Timeless pieces that can be layered from now until summer.
Sian Suedette Jacket / Crepe Wide Leg Trousers
The Lightweight Jacket
A lightweight jacket is one of the most versatile pieces you
can invest in. The sumptuous suedette of the Sian Waterfall Jacket make it an
excellent option for the office or evenings out. Pair with wide leg trousers
and a heeled ankle boot for a sophisticated ensemble that will take you
seamlessly from desk to drinks. Easily layered over shirts and long-sleeved
tops, it will look equally as appropriate thrown on over a summer dress come
Ronnie Pointelle Jumper / Sian Suedette Skirt
Lightweight knitwear makes the perfect transitional layer.
Pair with jeans and a jacket for cooler temperatures and as an outer layer once
the weather warms up. A striped jumper is a timeless choice; the navy and cream
combination of the Ronnie Jumper make it an especially versatile option. For a
more summery outfit, tuck into the cream Sian suedette skirt for a look that is
light yet warm.
Tropical Flora Jacket
Bomber jackets are a great off-duty choice for in-between
seasons. A printed version makes an impression whilst maintaining a laid back
look. Layer over jumpers for now or lightweight tops and dresses during cool
summer evenings. Alternatively, transport yourself to tropical climes by pairing
with the matching culottes; break up the print with a classic white T-shirt so
as not to detract from the floral motif.
Breton High Neck Jumper
For a hard-working top to take you from winter to spring,
look no further than a high necked striped jumper. The ultimate layering piece,
it works just as well under jumpsuits and dresses as it does as a stand-alone
piece. Use as an added layer under the polly ponte jumpsuit for warmth or pair
with lightweight culottes for easy summer style on in-between days; an essential addition to any capsule wardrobe.