The ease of oversized silhouettes allows for new interpretations of two beloved classics – the blazer and the suit. As their place in the modern wardrobe is redefined, we present three styling ideas for spring that explore the updated possibilities of tailoring.
The culotte suit
This monochrome culotte suit is a contemporary take on relaxed tailoring. The wide-fit culottes add continuity to the fluid and elegant lines of the blazer, designed with slightly dropped shoulders and a loose and elongated fit. The combination of these two garments results in a bold two-piece set ideal for transitioning into spring.
The statement suit
This combination illustrates the ease of the black oversized blazer and its ability to tie together a powerful look. The ankle-length skirt, defined by its fluid pleats, creates a contrast of textures and highlights the structured nature of the blazer. To dress down this sophisticated ensemble, opt for casual trainers instead of a heeled shoe.
The relaxed suit
Rescaled proportions that lean towards oversized fits and softer constructions built with more fluid fabrics are two defining traits of contemporary tailoring. Combined, they transform the traditional suit into a relaxed and comfortable pairing suitable for day-to-night wear.