In partnership with Sezane
I am so hapy to be working with one of my favourite brands again, Sezane, a B-Corp company creating beautiful wardrobe staples. Every time I shoot their product, it just feels effortless and compliments my style (and I know you are fans, too!).
This season, I’m styling a few different denim shapes – ‘Le Crop’ is new (and selling fast, but they will come back into stock!), they’re my perfect type of relaxed fit which works well with both trainers and heels (I am also patiently waiting for the ‘Paula Babies’ heels in ‘rosy laquer’ to drop again). All of Sezane’s denim is made with 100% organic cotton.
And then the ‘The 70s trouser’ was a style I didn’t think I could pull off, but Sezane always surprises me. I’m wearing with the ‘Emile’ cardigan which you just know I will be living in this spring (I think it will also be the ideal chilly evening cardigan over a summer dress).
What makes Sezane so cult? The colours, shapes and the fact they know what they’re about. I think you can just tell an item is Sezane before you know. And the fact they don’t overproduce is something I love about the brand.
I saw lots of this vibrant red at London Fashion Week, it can really lift an outfit and I love it with gold jewellery (digging out my chunky gold hoops as I type!) and denim. And what else works with denim? A breton stripe, obviously – I love that there’s always a slight twist with Sezane pieces, and the small buttons on this give it an edge.
This post was in collaboration with Sezane, all words and art direction our own – thanks for reading!