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The Sézane Spring Edit – The Anna Edit

…and why I’m adding the Wills Jacket in suede to my wardrobe.

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I have really taken my colour anaylsis on board and I’m trying to find a way to tranisition my ‘rich, deep and muted‘ colour brief into spring in a way that still feels like me but gives a nod to current season. Mustard yellow! Deep chocolates! And of course a sprinkling of animal print. You’ll find it all here in my latest edit. Sézane is such a good place to head for a spring refresh because whilst they have all the floaty silhouettes and floral fits, they also have a great range of muted colours that can ease even the most neutral loving amoung us into embracing just a bit of colour. So here I’ve put together an edit of my favourites from their new-in page and the standout pieces that I’d recommend adding to your shopping list…



Will Jacket* – I’d been banging on about this jacket since I saw it online in two new suede colourways. I’ve been a fan of the original jacket in washed black denim for a while, but the suede is where it shines. Wear it buttoned up as your shirt or over the top of thinner layers. It was a toss-up for me between the khaki and the mustard, but the buttercream yellow just edged ahead for the fact that I don’t own anything like it in my wardrobe. If you’re like me and love a neutral, this is a good way to ease yourself into colour because the tone is muted and rich it feels neutral-adjacent plus it looks so classic with a cream trouser or light-wash denim. I’d recommend going a size up from your usual for a more jacket-like fit, or go for your normal size if you want to wear it as more of a shirt.

Mateo Trousers* – Another area where I’ve been lacking in my wardrobe is in the trouser department. I don’t like anything with too much volume on the front as I feel like they swamp me, but sometimes it’s nice to have a more formal trouser to turn to. Sézane do this genre of trouser SO WELL. If you’re in need of a bottom-half option that could work in an office, or for a nice evening event, but could be thrown on with flip-flops and an oversized jumper at the weekend then look no further. And I cannot even begin to tell you how perfectly they fit (I went with the sizing advice on the website to size down and they were so right!). I really like the formula of wearing them with something more casual on top like the Will Jacket. OBSESSED with this combination.

Ciara Trousers* – If you’re a Substack girlie then you would have seen all the flared cropped trouser discourse, and these are such a great option if you’re in the market. The fit is close but the fabric has a nice amount of stretch to it, whilst still being thick making them another good work option. But they are also comfy enough for a working-from-home day too. I love the Audery Hepburn feel of them with a ballet flat (why not make it fun with these leopard print ones*?) and an oversized shirt. But I can seriously vouch for just how comfy they are, and that we love to see.

Kyle Cardigan* – How cute is this!? Sometimes it’s just nice to have something with a bit of feminine flair for spring, especially when you don’t fancy doing the whole floral thing. I’ve worn it buttoned-up here, but on the Sézane site it’s styled in a more relaxed way, unbuttoned with baggy trousers, and it looks just as cute. I could see me wearing this well into the warmer summer months, unbuttoned a little, but with a pair of linen wide leg trousers with the Romie bag thrown over my shoulder (see below!).

Romie Basket* – Now this bag isn’t pictured here as I spotted it after I’d shot everything, BUT, I’m a big fan of the original Romie bag (seen below in the snakeprint), and now it comes in natural raffia?! Sign me up. I love a bag in a structured shape with a loose and summery texture, and this just ticks all those boxes. And don’t just reserve it for the height of summer. Wear it now with a navy trench, white jumper and jeans. The contrast of something heavier and more wintery, with the lightweight feel of the bag creates a beautiful balance. I’ve loved wearing my more classic ‘summer’ bags all through winter. It helps to spice up your hefty coats once you start to get bored of them, so think of this as a more year-round purchase.


Photos by Mark Newton

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