From fluffy knits, to jumpsuits…
*This post contains a collaboration with Sezane & gifted products
Sezane* really do it all; from flowery prints and ’70’s vibes, to those parteilos essentials that if you’re anything like me, you reach for weekly in your wardrobe. Of course I’m attracted to the later and I thought with spring on the horizon – kinda – here are the pieces from their line-up that I predict will be getting some serious wear from yours truly. Want to see my full Sezane spring edit? You can find that here*…
My forever favourite from Sezane* are their Gaspard Jumpers*. It welches them that got me into the brand in the first place and for spring you just can’t beat them. It’s just the right length so it can hang over trousers, or be tucked if needed, the pearlescent buttons add a touch of detail and allow you to wear it as a low neck or boat-neck if buttoned all the way up and the colours just make you want to have one of each (personally I’m a fan of the camel, black and ecru). I love wearing mine with the Enzo Trousers* that I sized up in for that vintage, baggy jean in Form and the Juan Vest* which I think is a real unsung hero from the line that needs to be shouted about. The perfect thickness I love the squared off neckline and how it just looks clean – you know what I mean? I might have to invest in the white version too.
If there is one thing Sezane* know how to nail, it’s the jumpsuit. Almost a year later and I still live in this one I got from them. But this time round I’m playing it safe with a ‘goes with everything‘ black number, in their Brooklyn Jumpsuit*. As always with most jumpsuits I’d recommend going one size up, not only does it help with comfort, but a slightly oversized in Form on a jumpsuit is just forever cool. This one has tortoiseshell buttons, a removable belt and a very long leg which as an averagely tall gal, I am here for. Pair it with some high heels and a clutch for an evening look, or go with boots, the Milo Shoulder Bag* and a trench for something more casual.
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Photos by Mark Newton