The tailored suit has been been around for decades and none more so than now. Up and down the high street there has been an explosion of tailoring ensembles in a wealth of fabrics and affordable prices. This timeless trend is one of the most reliable items in a woman’s wardrobe. It delivers on so many fronts. A less predictable alternative to the work environment, for ease and comfort, you can’t really better it. It is a great, transitional piece, makes an excellent travelling companion and, unlike the dress, doesn’t confine you to one look. If you haven’t invested in one yet, now is the time.
A plain T-shirt, classic court heels, a small belt detail, what’s not to like.
Summery and fresh, this pretty, coral ensemble will take you to Wimbledon, garden party, wedding….
Vibrant yellow, a recent high street trend, has been hard to ignore. If you opt for a punchy colour, keep everything else quiet and focus on the shape and cut.
I’m not a fan of the oversized suit. You have to be careful it doesn’t end up wearing you.
Elegant and quietly sexy, this style of this suit will flatter most body shapes.
… and yes, curvy girls can absolutely wear a trouser suit.
A fresh and youthful take on pinstripe.
How cool to turn up as a wedding guest in this attire.
Love the unexpectedness of this colour combination with the jacket thrown over the shoulders. The shoes keep it playful.
Don’t just think of a conservative suit as ‘smart.’ There are countless ways to wear it more informally.
The days when only men looked powerful in a suit are gone.
Cate nailing it with the shape and colour.
A nice romantic touch adding a victorian lace shirt to this floral suit with the cuffs on show.
Don’t overthink a trouser suit like this. A pair of trainers and you’re good to go.