This Classy High-Street Brand Is Already Ruling 2021

It's fair to say the great British high street has been facing some turbulent times of late, and understandably so. But there is one brand that has bucked the trend and seems to have grown stronger over the course of the last few months. And right now, we can barely scroll through a handful of posts on Instagram without seeing one of our favourite follows wearing an incredibly chic item from Jigsaw.

While Jigsaw's grown-up wares have long been on our radar, its most recent collection is, as far as we're concerned, one of the chicest we've seen from it. It's a brand that comes into its own in the colder months, with coats so sublime they could easily cost four-figures, forever knitwear, and glossy-looking boots that always make our wish lists. These pieces have also caught the eye of the most discerning fashion friends, with the Oslo knee-highs and the Slade trench proving to be sure-fire hits in influencer circles.

A browse on its website confirms it: Jigsaw is easily one of the chicest high-street brands going, and it looks set to continue on its quest for wardrobe domination in spring 2021, too, as gorgeous dresses, cotton tops, and essential denim are emerging its new-in section. Scroll below to see how influencers are styling their Jigsaw trending buys, then shop our edit of the best pieces on site.


Jigsaw Trending Buys: @jessicaskye_



Jigsaw's Slade trench coat has been following us on Instagram this winter. 

Jigsaw Trending Buys: @smythsisters



Marianne wears the Oslo boots with an all-black outfit. 

Jigsaw Trending Buys: @huesofwhite



Jigsaw's pared-back knitwear has also been evident on social media. 

Jigsaw Trending Buys: @umeromann



Jigsaw's boiled wool kimono will act as the perfect springtime cover-up. 

Tanice is also a firm fan of the Oslo boot, which works her 5'3" frame perfectly. 

This boiled wool kimono is ideal for Alexis's minimalistic aesthetic. 

Calling all big bag lovers—this oversize Jigsaw tote is for you. 

Another day, another excellent example of how to style Jigsaw's Oslo boot, this time courtesy of Lindsey Holland.