The collection brought an ever stylish, unexpected combination of soft silk numbers teamed with tinsel mohair jackets, longline overcoats and blazers and trapeze silhouette separates. All in all, my dream wardrobe if I could ever rock that in a small town.
Detail wise, jewellery was very much ‘cocktail brunch’ worthy, ringing true of hazy summer mornings and oh-so-chic golden lit evenings. Florals, of course, make a groundbreaking return to embrace the burgeoning season, with a nod to Laura Ashley’s romanticised ways, teamed with shirt dresses in symmetric ways for a uniform and precise finish.
My favourites? See the last two photos. Pass me the tinsel mohair.