Tailoring gets a seasonal update
Featuring The Forme Summer 19 Editorial, Bella Thomas wearing Luxe Deluxe Day To Night Blazer and Tapered Pant.
Blend masculine and feminine elements
Inspired by the sophisticated silhouettes of Saville Row tailors, the boyfriend blazer offers an edgy extra length to emulate a modern tom-boy look. A perfectly cut boyfriend blazer - especially in an unexpected hue - is an easy way to mix masculine and feminine elements.
We love the monochrome total look with sneakers, or dressed up with strong accessories.
We love pairing feminine pieces - think maxi dresses or breezy silk tops with a strong classic blazer. Disrupt a strictly literal, feminine approach by adding leather accents and strong accessories.
This also allows your Summer wardrobe to transition from day to night: your maxi dress-sandal combo becomes an instant evening out outfit with a black blazer, jewellery and heels.
Arguably this season’s most controversial match, the word in the street is to pair power blazers with cycling shorts. Although this 80s athleisure trend might not be for everyone, we suggest trading the cycling short for some skinny cropped pants with a sport vibe - tap the Verge Acrobats collection.
Choose an oversized blazer to offset the casual bottoms and keep it monochrome.
The Blazer adds a sophisticated touch to the most minimalist looks.
The total suit look is back - but maintain a playfulness by keeping it oversized and pairing with basics: sneakers, plain tees, minimal sandals. It’s all about keeping it relaxed eschewing clean cuts and slim fitting designs.