It’s not just stopping at two-piece co-ords. Think tailored shorts, skirt suits, chunky padded shoulders, subtle prints to metallic finishes—the classic suit has well ascended into a personality statement. To help you jump right on this trend, NET-A-PORTER is pleased to present a selection of pieces and looks fresh from the runway, so you can make a fashion statement that truly is uniquely yours.
The difference with this trend for this season is the multiple personalities that the suit embodied. The very nature of these multi-piece co-ords translates to endless ways to style each look and this seasons’ designers have definitely taken the liberty to break down all antiquated barriers that come with the ‘The Suit’. Be it deconstructed at JW Anderson, the 70s Style at Gucci, mannish at Balenciaga—each brand did their take on the wardrobe classic and we were sure to represent every woman and her suit.
In line with the current relaxed tailoring trend, try this classic look that is as comfortable as it is smart—and great for the office. Dress it up with a decorated shirt like this whimsical, Hawaiian-style one for a hint of personality.
For nights where you just have to make a bold statement, sport this matching gold jacquard set flecked with glittered yarns in a soft, tapered silhouette.
Shorts are one of the main takeaways from the Spring ’20 runways, and Frankie Shop’s ‘Gala’ pair is such a chic example. Pair these with a matching blazer for a refined yet relax Parisian vibe.
Emulate Jacquemus’ runway styling with these matching ‘D’Homme’ blazer and pants that seamed through the body for a deliberate, oversized shape, that is balanced with an overflowing print of soft florals.