OUT OF OFFICE: WHAT TO WEAR ON HOLIDAY

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OUT OF OFFICE: WHAT TO WEAR ON HOLIDAY

OUT OF OFFICE: WHAT TO WEAR ON HOLIDAY

Discover the pieces you need in your capsule holiday wardrobe.
  
Whether you’re jetting off to the French Riveria for a week-long retreat or visiting the Amalfi Coast for a much-needed family break, our list of holiday essentials is guaranteed to make your next trip the most effortlessly stylish yet.
  
Sightseeing
  
There’s no better time to embrace the cool, laid-back appeal of linen t-shirts than on holiday. The humble Breton stripe has a legion of famous fans, including The Duchess of  Cambridge, who is rarely seen without hers on an off-duty day. Whether you're taking in the views in the South of France or visiting a quaint local market in the heart of Italy, Linen is the perfect choice for warmer climates.
  
Day to Night
 
Take inspiration from Jackie Kennedy-Onassis and add a classic pair of trousers to your holiday capsule. Our Cotton Twill Capri Trousers are the perfect alternative to summer dresses. Play with proportions, like Jackie, and pair our Pure Linen Boyfriend T-Shirt with streamlined silhouettes for a relaxed vacation-ready look. As days turns to night, swap barely-there sandals for peep-toe heels. Complete your look by casually draping a cashmere
cardigan around your shoulders.
 
Al Fresco Dining
  
Balmy summer evenings call for loose-fitting, yet perennially chic linen dresses.  The Duchess of Sussex is a huge fan of the lightweight fabric, favouring it during the warmer months. Our Pure Linen T-Shirt Dress is available in a variety of colours, but for a glamorous yet comfortable night time look we recommend the midnight navy. Team it with a pair of wedged heels and silver jewellery for an elevated take on a classic look. 
  
 
Beach Days
 
Transition your look from the beach club to al fresco harbour-side restaurants with the help of our Cotton Belted Poplin Shirt Dress. It is the ideal solution for relaxing days in the sun.
Wear it loose and unbuttoned over swimwear or buttoned-up with mules for an afternoon of sightseeing. Jane Birkin was a huge advocate of wearing oversized shirts in the summer,
whilst she holidayed in France. The dress can also be tied up using the belt and teamed with sandals for a multi-purpose look that can take you through the day.

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