I’ve been in a long-term love affair with Sandro since as far back as I can remember. This season might be my strongest feeling yet….
Sandro’s A/W 17 collection is nothing short of wonderful. They’ve got it so very right. I always find that when a collection is this strong, I struggle to decide on what to choose because I cannot physically fit it all in my wardrobe. I know, it’s a shame. I’m working with Sandro, which is already very cool, but they’ve just opened a brand new women’s store on Regent Street in London and it is beautiful. I went along to the opening event and had a bit of a ball.
The look I’ve chosen to style is now basically my uniform for the rest of Autumn. For those of you that follow me on Instagram, you’ll see just how much I’ve been wearing this blazer. This blazer is just out of stock at the moment but there’s a couple of similar, strong contenders that I know you’ll love there too.
The palette of this outfit is everything that Autumn is to me, cool and warm all at the same time. Sandro make excellent blazers and do tailoring so very well, the fit and cut of this blazer is like no other I own.
I chose these amazing black kick-flare trousers with a ring pull zip to keep the look smart, and they honestly fit so well, and I’d go as far as to say I feel flipping great in them. They hug me in the right places! I don’t know anybody that isn’t a fan of a slouchy knit as we reach cooler climes, so this low V knit with the extra special arm stripe detail was another clear winner.
Last but not least, I want to tell you about the bags that Sandro produce. This is my second Sandro bag, The Pepita bag. It’s one of the best across-body bags I’ve found. The design and quality of Sandro bags is very good. Lots of you ask about my Sandro Lou bag, which I also recommend for more of an evening bag.
You can shop my look below:
Thank you so much for reading and I hope you’ve take some inspiration away today.
Photography by @mari_fish (Instagram)
This post was written in collaboration with Sandro. However, all thoughts and opinions are absolutely my own.
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