25.10.2021

Your back-to-reality thanks to Reserved

But for those of us struggling with the idea of putting together daily outfits that are not only appropriate for public consumption (that means shoes and no food stains, unfortunately) but also fitting for a whole new season, high street hero Reserved has just launched the answer to all of our prayers.

A fresh collection without the intense pretence of “New! Season! Trends!”, this drop is bursting with contemporary silhouettes and endlessly flattering shapes via a timeless colour palette that will serve you – and your wardrobe – for years to come.

With the majority of us having spent the best (or, rather, the worst) part of 2020 wearing nothing more interesting than tracksuit bottoms – with a matching sweater on the days we really made an effort – you’d be forgiven for feeling a little overwhelmed at the prospect of getting dressed again.

Feeling a similar sense of September-angst to our teenage selves at the start of a new academic year as we start heading back to reality, we’re unexpectedly yearning for the strict structures of a ‘uniform’ to alleviate some of the sartorial pressure.

Reserved’s new offering doesn’t just simplify outfit curation, it also cleverly incorporates subtle style statements that will remind you of all the things you used to love about clothes, and see you fall head-over-heels back in love with getting dressed again.

As we’ve come to expect with the Polish label, the latest drop also features sustainably conscious pieces via Reserved’s much-loved ‘Eco-Aware’ edit.

The label’s intricate accents and delicate details (from swollen balloon sleeves nipped in at the wrist adding edge to a classic white midi dress, to woven leather bags and slimline, square belt buckles) have made it a go-to for global style influencers embracing a minimalist everyday aesthetic.

After all, why over-complicate a process you go through every day? Especially when the simplest options are so often the chicest.

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