Reiss A/W 2021 – My Top Picks for Your Return to the Office

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In continuing my return to office series to help you navigate a return back to the office (see my first post here), I’m sharing my top picks from Reiss – one of my favourite contemporary brands.  It’s hard to go past Reiss for classic workwear staples – from tailoring to luxe knits, they always get it right.  Admittedly, their price tags are on the upper end of the high street scale, particularly if you are shopping for their pieces outside of the UK, but I can attest to the fact that my Reiss items have gone the distance thanks to the fact that they’re well made and of excellent quality.  

L: Reiss knit (old season, new season version linked, wearing size S), Gucci belt (review here), Everlane shorts* (sold out, similar here), Celine bag (review here), Dior heels; Ray Ban sunglasses, R: Reiss dress (old season colour, new season version linked – wearing size S), Gucci belt (review here), Everlane flats* (sold out, similar here), Celine bag (review here), Ray Ban sunglasses

In terms of sizing, I wear a size UK 8 or size XS or S in Reiss (I typically take a size AU 8 / US 2-4 and I’m 158cm tall). Reiss’ core classics are reworked each season – their favourites are released in new tones and hues to keep things fresh.  I always make a note to browse their new collections and add things to my wish list. Here are my top picks from their current collection that will no doubt give your return to office workwear a refresh.

P.S. You can check out my return to work picks from Karen Millen here. I pop all of my shopping posts here, where I share my edits from my favourite boutiques and well as try-ons and new-in pieces in my wardrobe.


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