Eliza Style Edit

Style Edit 

In this Style Edit, we have focused on curating a collection made up of neutral and subtle colours and tones. The pieces are made from a collection of silks, cottons and cashmeres making them easily wearable from desk to dinner. The neutral colour palette and relaxed silhouette of the Harmony Coat (£285) from Reiss makes this piece a perfect outerwear staple for your working wardrobe. The minimalistic styling, with peak labels and oversized patch pockets, create a sense of sleek femininity, while the neutral colour scheme ensures that it can be paired with multiple outfits. 

For an effortlessly polished look, we have included the Alston Jersey dress (£150) by Michael Kors. With contrasting print to the cuffs and hem, the simple embellishing on this long sleeve dress make it easy to dress up for the boardroom and down for after work drinks. To accessorize, the Halo Pearl earrings in grey freshwater pearls (£120) combined with the Pusteblume scarf (£75) from Feneun add an elegant touch. Implementing scarves into your work outfit is an ideal way to freshen up an outfit while maintaining an air of professionalism. 

A staple for understated chic, the Sersha shoe (£95) from luxury designer LK Bennett provide the perfect balance of form and function when moving to and fro in the workplace. The elegant brown suede colouring make these shoes easy to pair with a multitude of outfits.

Using a variety of neutral colour tones allows you to build a foundation of pieces for your working wardrobe that will effortlessly match, making your Monday morning routines that much easier. 

Utilizing a similar colour scheme, we have worked with a range of fabrics that again make it easy to mix and match your pieces. The Manhattan Trench (£75) from Reiss is a lighter outerwear option, perfect for layering over seasonal-separates for a trans-seasonal option. The modern check patterning of the Knitted Milano skirt (£110) from Jigsaw provides a contemporary take on the traditional pencil silhouette. Being high in the waist, the Milano skirt perfectly accentuates an hour glass figure, especially when tucked into the Georgia blouse from Majorelle (£122) for an air of understated femininity. 

The Whistles V Neck sweater (£95), with its fluted sleeves that elegantly flare out, provides a sophisticated alternative to the conventional sweater or blouse. Matched with the slim fit Gabardine Stretch trouser from Joseph (£185), you have a professional and poised outfit for the workplace. These trousers, made from twill weave cotton lend themselves to optimum wearability for those days of endless meetings. 

Finally, the Silk Tencel dress from Jigsaw (£129), made from a lightweight silk and Tencel blend, strikes the perfect balance between chic and comfortable. Allowing a slight stretch, the design features an unusual notch neckline and untraditional waist seams for a more flattering silhouette. This dress is easily accessorized with both the Halo pearl earrings and Pusteblume scarf, making it a piece easy to dress up or down. 

Your preferences for neutral colour tones make it more manageable for each item to be mixed and matched, making your corporate wardrobe far easier to navigate. More outfits can be created using fewer pieces, saving you valuable time and money.