Reiss is having a bit of a moment for me. In recent days, I’ve been plugging this dress like it’s nobody’s business on Instagram (and with good reason too… it’s seriously amazing!).
It’s no secret that I love their pieces. They inject some luxe into my rotation of workwear staples. I’m particularly fond of their coats and their knitwear.
Now that I’m adopting a more conscious approach to shopping than ever before, any new pieces that I add to my wardrobe have to go the distance. For me, it means taking a step back from the more trend-based pieces and opting for more classic cuts and neutral colour palettes.
My very first Reiss piece was the khaki coat pictured below. I purchased it at the end of 2016 – heavily pregnant too, so it could have been a disaster – but it has and continues to be a trusty workhorse in my A/W wardrobe.
I’m sharing with you my top picks from Reiss’ current A/W collection. I’ve singled out my top picks of knitwear, dresses and some structured jackets for good measure.
A knitted high-neck midi dress with a ruffle hem? Yes please! I think khaki is a wonderful neutral. It pairs so well with black, navy and camel.
It wouldn’t be a complete list of my favourites without the inclusion of a navy number. The subtle asymmetric neckline and draping at the waist are a real winner for me.
My love affair with lighter neutrals continues. A camel blazer has been on my wishlist for the longest time. This long-line jacket is textured and structured. I’m also favouring double breasted styles over single breasted as I find they look so good fastened, open and belted.
Continuing my love of double-breasted blazers with this textured navy number.
You can shop the jacket here.
I’ve got a pretty healthy coat collection but I’ve yet to add a lighter neutral to the mix. Personally, I consider this wrap style to be universally flattering. A softer structured coat makes it easily workable for the weekends too.
You can shop the coat here.
Reiss has absolutely nailed the drapey neckline. This knit top is simply divine.
Shop this black stretchy drape top here.
I love the versatility of a sheer babywool knit. It’s a delicate piece and one that I consider works perfectly for the office with its simplicity and sophistication.
And here’s a handy round-up of my favourites:
As always, thank you again for stopping by.