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women A festive feeling

As we’ve been spending more time indoors this spring, the act of getting dressed has become a way to lift our spirits. Events may not be happening as planned, but the uplifting power of dressing up can still turn a mundane day into a special memory. In this edit, we introduce our favourite dressed-up looks for a festive state of mind.

type The summer suit

Cut from the right fabric, the suit is a summer staple that also works as evening and occasion wear. This version presents a slightly roomier fit, sewn from a lightweight blend of viscose and linen for an airy summer feel.

type The kaftan dress

The modern cut of this kaftan dress and its elegant drape make it a distinct yet versatile piece. Worn with heels, it is an ideal dress for summer events. Styled with flats, it instantly becomes an elevated everyday look.

type The little black dress

Crisp cotton poplin is a graceful material for summer dresses. This version of the Little Black Dress is comfortable, airy and beautiful – and its ruffled  sleeves add a playful touch to any day or occasion.

type The bold detail

Accessorising is one of the most fun aspects of occasion wear, and it can transform any outfit into something memorable. This bright-pink straw hat is a sophisticated, bold and fun piece to brighten up your wardrobe.

type The tonal short suit

The over-the-knee hemline of culottes is a flattering match to the relaxed and elongated fit of oversized blazers. This lively tonal suit is a bold set when worn together and, worn separately, these lively pieces are still versatile.

type The one-shoulder dress

The warm summer weather inspires playfulness and allows for a unique touch in garment silhouettes. Asymmetrical one-shoulder designs are easier to wear in summer, and they feel special every time. This type of dress with minimal details is a modern classic.

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