It's 8am on a Monday morning, and you're rushing around wondering what to wear... Sound familiar? This is me most mornings! I haven't quite mastered the art of foolproof weekday dressing (tell me your secrets if you have!), but having a rotation of go-to staple pieces definitely helps me pull looks together a lot faster. I spent a solid year giving the 5 Pieces French Wardrobe system a go, I tried, succeeded, failed and tried again before realising it was ok to follow your own rules, or make them up as you go along.
In partnership with Cluse, these are the pieces making my life (and wardrobe) a whole lot easier to stay on top of. I hope you enjoy!
The Silk Shirt
This luxe take on the classic silk PJ shirt sold me straight away. It’s fluid, chic, dressy in that undone French-girl kind of way, but you could still literally have a nap in it. Aka my kind of shirt.
The newest addition to my Cluse collection is their classic La Bohème style with a chic rose gold mesh band. It’s the tiny details that make all the difference, so I love updating my watch band with the season. I’m particularly loving all things rose gold at the moment, and this one has become a fast favourite.
A great pair of jeans is nothing new, but when I find a denim brand that offer the perfect fit, wash and style, I have to rave about them. This straight leg cut is by Grlfrnd denim, and they have been on high rotation!
I touched upon these in a recent post about work to weekend dressing. I really can’t get over the comfort factor, and the fact that they are polished enough for a meeting, event or after work drink, all without having to touch a pair of heels. My go-to pairs are by Bally and Gucci, but I also have my eye on styles by The Row and Mansur Gavriel.
L for love, or L for Loewe… These hoops were a Valentine’s present from my husband, and I love them with pretty much everything. As a bonus, they are lightweight enough to wear all day, an important factor for me when choosing earrings. I like to wear them from day to night.
Photography by Rohan Peterson