The key to a good wardrobe is in the versatility of your outfits. With so many events to attend over summer, it’s easy to make the mistake of opting for quantity over quality. Our latest collection is designed to take you from beach to bar with ease, featuring effortless silhouettes in beautiful natural blends. Here, Arianne Witt and Ally May show us how to style some of their favourite pieces from the collection.
NEUTRALS + PRINT
“Keep your outfit within the neutral family with biscuit and caramel tones: the key is to ensure you have different fabrics and textures, so your look has dimension. The right maxi will be your go-to piece in summer; because you can easily dress it up or down, for daytime style, casual weekends, beach dressing and straight to evenings out.”
“I can't go past a printed dress for the holidays. For me, the puff sleeves and geometric pattern instantly caught my eye, as well as the divine little button detailing! I’ve worn it with a beautiful pair of wedges and a green faux-croc bag to really elevate the look - I think this is the perfect beach-to-bar outfit.”
“A white dress is a summer style essential. It can be worn open over your favourite bathers, kept casual with some chunky black sandals for the perfect amount of edginess, or styled with a chic pair of heels in the evening.”
“I'm all about playing with texture and this tan button-up dress is a heavenly addition to my summer wardrobe! This is one of those multi-tasking dresses that can be dressed up or down for any occasion, as well as worn belted for a different look. Here, I kept it tonal and styled it back with a red clutch and woven raffia platforms, but it would also be amazing with a pair of sneakers for the day and some strappy heels for night.”
“There’s no better time of year than summer to be experimenting with colour. One of my favourite colours this season is an eye-catching pink. When it comes to styling, your colourful ensemble can be as soft or as loud as you’d like. I styled this dress with a green mule and matching bag. If you’d prefer to keep it simple, opt for a neutral-toned shoe and bag.”
“When it comes to accessorising, the summer sun really inspires me to be more playful with the way I wear my jewellery. I love to mix and match metals and play around with different textures like pearl, wood and shells, as well as shapes and lengths. Nothing says out-of-office to me like wearing some beautiful cowry shells paired up with fresh linens and earthy tones.”