The New Luxe


This winter, linear angles merge with soft draping to produce the silhouette of the season. Embrace a Nordic-inspired simplicity and no-fuss finish with ‘The New Luxe’ – easy-wear pieces for everyone, every day.

The New Luxe

PIPER wrap coat | pleated skirt

While still rich and luxurious, fabrics remain clean and simple with minimal detailing, allowing the structure and tailoring of the pieces to speak for themselves. Gone are the embellishments and heavily layered looks of last winter, with easy wear pieces like wrap coats and crisp cotton shirts taking place as your new high rotation options.

This season, skirts are modest with slightly longer hemlines and are A-line in shape for that clean silhouette; perfect with a little crop knit or jacket. If you’re still loving the pleated skirt look from summer, look for new season versions in luxe leather or wool. Worn back with a simple tee and sneakers, the pleated skirt is your new daywear best friend.

The stark white shirt makes a comeback this season (no surprises there – it is a wardrobe staple after all!) and also gets an update, with a fuller style being the one to look out for.

Colour wise, tone it down with pastels and neutrals – think soft nudes, snowy whites, dove greys and fairy floss pinks. Don’t be afraid to rock one colour head to toe; it’s an instant way to exercise your sartorial know-how! Shoes are surprisingly sensible (hurrah!) and flats rule, with chic brogues and loafers in muted shades your best option.

Shop The New Luxe here

The New Luxe

BUL Samhain shirt available at selected stores | Dalwhinne leather skirt
PIPER wrap coat | pleated skirt

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