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It’s been a solid few months since I’ve shopped from Sezane and I’m fighting the urge to scratch that Sezane itch. Autumn is my favourite season and with so much Autumnal newness now gracing the Sezane website, I could happily add their entire website to my cart! In today’s post, I’m rounding up my top picks from Sezane’s new Autumn collection that are now on my wish list.
Every time I do one of these round-ups, I always end up placing an order very shortly after! 😅 I’ve got 3 try-on videos on my YouTube channel from placing 3 orders this year alone (see this knitwear try-on from January, this try-on of some of their signature pieces from March and this try-on of their Spring/Summer items from June (which, I should add, was in the height of my Winter!).
Here are the items that are on my radar:
I’ve got a couple of silk midi-skirts in my wardrobe now (this black Anine Bing one and this navy Lilysilk one) but I’d love to add some brighter colours to embrace dopamine dressing that’s taking everyone by storm. The Sandy skirt from Sezane is one of their classic items that is released in a slew of colours – the purple one is my pick of the lot though – it looks like such a beautiful shade. I usually wear a size 8 but I size up in Sezane skirts to the equivalent of an AU 10 / FR 38 as I’m pear-shaped.
I only have one mini skirt in my wardrobe (this one here also from Sezane that I’ve raved about!) and I’m very keen to expand that collection with the Gillie skirt in camel. The length of their mini skirts is very flattering, particularly if you’re petite like me. Also, the straight cut of this style is my preferred silhouette for a skirt that sits this short. As I’ve mentioned earlier, I’d size up to a size AU 10 / FR 38 in this skirt, just to accommodate my pear shaped frame. The texture on this skirt is so lovely, I really think it’s only a matter of time until I get it! 💁🏻♀️
I have a couple of peacoats on rotation in my A/W Winter wardrobe, but the new season Rosewood colour of their classic James Coat style is right up my alley. And yes, I know, I already have a sizeable coat collection, but I haven’t got anything in this muted rose tone yet, so cut me some slack! I’ve already tried the James Coat style (see that post here) in a muted orange tone from prior seasons. It formed part of my wardrobe for some time but I ended up selling it to keep my coat collection under control. The James Coat style is a great cut and I’d like for it to come back into my life in a few colour. Perhaps this one will be it!
I sense a strong mini-length theme in my wish list with this dress that’s also on my radar! Sezane’s website imagery is notorious for being really beautiful (probably a bit too beautiful, if anything!), so I’m not sure whether this dress will work on me in real life. The high-neck, long-sleeve style is my jam though, and the fabric looks like it would flow nicely when worn. Given the silly season is approaching, I think this would be a nice one to have on rotation for all those parties and events that I’m assuming I’m invited to 😉.
And lastly, to keep that mini-length theme going strong, here’s a fun shift dress that looks to be a great wardrobe building block thanks to the black colour and classic button down style. I get a lot of satisfaction out of styling my pieces in different ways and I feel the Bettina Dress would be one of those rewarding items in your wardrobe that you’d always come back to.
As always, thanks for stopping by!