As the new season arrives, we welcome a host of artful prints, modern cuts and innovative detailing in the form of our latest collection. While each piece has been crafted to wear stand-alone and slot in seamlessly with your existing portfolio, this season also brings with it contemporary ways to style these pieces to make a multitude of dynamic looks.
If you’re feeling stuck with the same slip on or tuck in top options, then take a tip from the latest AW17 styling trends that suit our latest collection and showcase your separates in a new light.
Tabitha Tiles Dress and Sudbury Stretch Poloneck
Layering has always been the key to an all-weather appropriate outfit, but this season it’s time to play with the boundaries of a multi-layered look. Take your summer dress through the colder months by layering a long-sleeved polo neck top as your base for a new way to wear this classic style.
Ula Stitch Mini Skirt and Liz Lace Frilly Peplum Blouse
The coming seasons are a time for texture to take
precedence. Velvet, lace and pleats all make a welcome appearance, but usually
only as the main show in one separate of your look. We’re making a case for
multi-media dressing by mixing tactile fabrics together to create an intriguing
Blend Smart & Casual
Wren Velvet Drawstring Trousers and Essential Classic Shirt
Sportsluxe has been on our radar as the new way to embody effortlessly insouciance for some time. Elevate this trend for the new season by pairing smart joggers with a crisp shirt. This is not only a comfortable alternative to jeans, but gives a nod to the style with a hint of smart-casual appeal.
Pleated Plisse Velvet Skirt and Sudbury Stretch Pleated Sleeve T-Shirt
If your top of choice has something special about its design
– a print, a touch of lace, pleated detail – we suggest elevating this by matching
your bottom half to its identifying feature. The pleated sleeves of this top
are perfectly paired with the pleats in this midi-skirt for a subtly