How’s the last day of winter looking where you live?
The pre-spring sun is doing its thing here. I had planned to do my spring wardrobe edit in preparation for the new season but my office was in greater need of a de-clutter and overhaul.
The wardrobe can wait until next weekend. I’m already anticipating that feeling you get after a good de-clutter.
In the meantime, I’m bringing you more spring fashion – this time from Queensland-based label wYse Lifestyle.
wYse is a label I’ve featured here on the blog since SY began in 2008. It’s one of my go-to lifestyle labels, offering easy-care, easy-wear pieces in a natural modal fabric made from the pulp of Beechwood Trees.
Last week I saw wYse show at the Mercedes-Benz Brisbane Fashion Festival (you can check out more of the new-season designs here).
In this post I’m featuring a new-season top, cami and skirt combination in classic black and stone colours.
I love a lot about wYse. The fabrics are so easy and comfortable to wear. They don’t need ironing and always look as good as new when you wear them.
The designs themselves are timeless and work back with so much in your wardrobe – and if you collect wYse pieces – new-season pieces always complement what you already own.
This skirt is a classic shape and length. And – HELLO – stripes! I’ve got a few wYse skirts in this shape and they really do lend themselves to being worn casually with sneakers or dressed up with heels as I’ve done here.
I’m in love with the top. I love the sheer panels and cut outs. I’ve worn it over a black cami; the model is wearing over a stone-coloured cami. One top – two different looks – just by changing what’s worn underneath.
The sizing with wYse is true and not over-sized. I’m a size 16 and always wear a XL in this label.
The heels are new season Zoe Kratzmann. I have this style in a nude leather from last summer and it proved to be one of the most wearable dressy heel styles I’ve ever owned. You have height but the platform means your arch is not over-working itself.
The clutch is gorgeous hand-crafted leather from Florence, in Italy. The cream and tan colouring is a perfect match for this season’s strong ’70s trend.
Are these pieces that could be at home in your wardrobe? What’s the final day of winter looking like for you?
* These items were gifted to me for editorial consideration. Full disclosure policy here.
PS. Don’t forget, the Spring Styling You Shop opens tomorrow, September 1. It’s only open until September 30 so if you see something you like, snap it up!