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I’m approaching this blog post with some apprehension. It’s risky business preparing these wish list posts as I almost always end up placing an order! It’s been a few months since I last ordered from Sezane (you can watch that unboxing and try-on here), so I’m not surprised I’ve developed yet another Sezane itch I’d like to scratch.
Their new Spring collection recently dropped and this yellow cardigan had me hook line and sinker. It came up on my Instagram feed and before you know it, I fell down the rabbit hole of Sezane Spring heaven after consciously avoiding the website for months for the sake of my wallet. You won’t be surprised to learn there are so many great pieces, so I figured I’d round up those items that form the open tabs on my browser.
Here’s what’s on my radar:
I’ve been on a serious yellow kick of late (see this outfit and this outfit) so this Betty Cardigan really appeals! I already own the Betty cardigan in the striped version and I really love the merino wool fabric that’s used in the style. It’s tightly woven and there’s a bit of weight to the knit meaning you can get away with wearing it as a substitute blazer for work.
I’m really excited about this Bree Jumper that features the henley neckline seen on so many of Sezane’s signature knits – both the Leontine knit and the Zoe jumper I have feature this same neckline. A cable knit jumper is as classic as it gets when it comes to knitwear styles – it looks chic in both ways that it’s been styled here. While it does form part of their new Spring line up, it’s oozing cosiness and I can see myself wearing this more in the A/W months.
I’ve just finished binge-watching Daisy Jones & The Six and I absolutely loved all the carefree 70s fashion. The cut of these Le Crop Jeans is reminiscent of the fashion of the 70s – slightly bohemian, and a little bit rock ‘n’ roll thanks to the relaxed high-waisted style.. I’ve never tried any Sezane denim before and I’m particularly tempted to give this pair a go given the safety of free returns. Hmmm should I do it?!
I’ve been integrating a lot more colour into my wardrobe lately and I think this cornflower blue shade of the Michele Jacket would work perfectly with the existing neutrals in my wardrobe. The double-breasted style with large patch pockets makes this a more relaxed option. These days I’m looking for items that can do double duty for both work and weekend and I think this nails the brief.
This is probably one of the most Spring-esque dresses that I’ve included in my round-up. There are lots of details packed into the style including the puff sleeves and yellow embroidery accents. I love how the button-up neckline provides versatility. I think this Elodie Dress would be perfect for a garden party paired with some strappy sandals.
It’s hard to go past a classic LBD and I really love the neckline and A-line cut of this Ophelia Dress. The style has been around for many seasons and I’m always tempted by it. While it’s one of the more safer choices, that’s precisely why it appeals! I know I would get a lot of wear out of this because it’s such a classic style.
As always, thanks for stopping by!
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