When it comes to looking polished every single day, no one is quite as proficient as Jessica Skye. An influencer she may be, but she has the fashion clout to match, having held various roles within the industry before she found social media stardom. It’s this intrinsic knowledge and experience that sets Skye apart from her contemporaries (along with her imitable style, of course). With a penchant for pared-back staples and easy-to-wear outfits, all in a gloriously versatile colour palette, Skye creates perennially chic looks that aren't try-hard—a potent combination we immediately want to re-create. Thankfully, each month, Skye will be sharing her new-season selects exclusively with you, rather pleasingly categorised by product type.
The invitations have landed and it’s nearly the season when weddings are in full swing. If you’re anything like me it’s an absolute panic station—rummaging through the back of the cupboard, trying to find something suitable to wear. I don’t dress up often but, when I do, I go all out (and even wear some eye-popping colours). So fear not—I have you covered. For this month's edit, I’ve selected 12 standout pieces that will take you from the altar straight to the dance floor—and hopefully these items you can re-wear for any special occasion.
Shop My Wedding Guest and Occasionwear Edit
Fancy going a little shorter for the special occasion? This Cult Gia modern floral number is an excellent choice for those sweltering weddings in the height of summer. I’ll be throwing this in my suitcase for a holiday too.
I’m not a huge wearer of colour, but when it comes to a special occasion it’s my chance to dress up, and I’m instantly drawn to colour-popping pieces. This Rotate Birger Christensen knitted dress is a perfect contender if you want to ditch the jacket.
See My Chic Co-Ord Edit
Co-ords are by far one of my favourite looks to wear and style, whether that’s in summer or winter. And while we have slowly (and I mean very slowly) tucked away the tracksuits, we can now opt for some statement two-pieces that speak style and comfort. For this month's edit, I’ve selected a mix of co-ords for any occasion, whether that’s evenings out with friends or cosy nights in. You’re guaranteed to find something that takes your fancy.
Now, Check Out My Knitwear Edit
Who’s ready for some new-season knitwear? I know I certainly am. It’s been a cold winter, and I’m just about ready to pack away the heavy coats (hooray!) and opt for some spring knitwear instead. I’m I love the perfect jeans-and-jumper combo, so this month’s edit has me seriously excited for the warmer temperatures ahead. I’ve selected 12 knits that will gear you up for spring, so we can finally leave the house without thermals.
Stripes aren’t going anywhere. I always have a select few in my wardrobe that carry me through season after season. I just love how they go with everything else in my wardrobe and give the ultimate Parisian-chic vibe. This nautical long-line cardigan would look great teamed with leather trousers.
Knitwear doesn’t have to only mean jumpers. I’ve recently been opting for cardigans as they’re a great way to dress up an evening outfit without being too over the top or dressy. I’ll be wearing this with my favourite black croc trousers and a pair of mid-heel sandals. It’s the perfect combination for evening drinks.
Cashmere jumpers always have a place in my spring wardrobe, and a new brand on my radar is Extreme Cashmere. Its knitwear is perfectly put together and incredibly sophisticated. These jumpers won’t date, and when you’re investing, it’s best to keep it tonal—great for those easy on-the-go days.
And Finally, See My Designer Handbag Edit
When it comes to investing in designer handbags, it’s something I think long and hard about. Yes, they need to be versatile and work hard in my wardrobe, but are they going to stand the test of time, too? I’ve hand-picked 12 must-have designer handbags of the season that will be sure to revamp your existing wardrobe and give you a spring in your step.
Taking the plunge when buying a designer bag can feel a little overwhelming, so why not try renting a handbag first to see if you really love it? I’m planning on road-testing this one next.
Vintage-inspired bags have always caught my eye. They’re bags you can bring out of the back of the cupboard year after year and still have a soft spot for.
Be sure to check back next month when Jessica Skye will share her next edit exclusively with Who What Wear UK.
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