After being home for months, it can be tough transitioning back to normal styling rather than our everyday loungewear but I’m making it super easy to stay comfortable AND look chic with pieces from Saint and Sofia, a brand based in the UK focusing on fusing art with science. Their pieces are inspired by modern culture, art, and music and they work with family owned fabric mills and leather tanneries in Italy, Portugal, and Turkey. Not only that, but they are the new brand from the Award Winning founders that created Zaggora in 2011. They serve 54 countries around the world with over 250K customers and growing! This post is sponsored by Saint and Sofia but all thoughts, images, and review are honest and my own.
Y’all know I love fashion, but the meaning behind a brand, how it started, what they stand for, and how their clothes are made are just as important to me as they should be to you, so I was not only impressed by Saint and Sofia’s background but the quality of the clothing, as well as the way they’re made.
Let’s get into the styling!
All Black Everything Coffee Table Book:
This book is by British Fashion illustrator Sally Faye, and I HAD to have this because if you’ve been following me for a while you know the majority of my closet is black, the style inspiration is unreal!
It’s signed by Sally Faye
Wimbledon Dress – White
This dress is beyond stunning, and when I shared my try-on haul with y’all on Instagram, this was you Guys’s favorite too! This not only has amazing fabric, but it’s a gorgeous dress with an asymmetrical draping (it has a longer point on one side elongating your body), and it’s modest + easy to style! I wore it here with heels but trainers or flats would look so good too.
Pimllico Pant – Khaki
Okay the fabric on these pants are SO amazing, they’re so comfortable, they’re effortless to style, and so versatile. The best part is they’re available in different lengths, so if you’ve worried about pants being too long, you can actually order them in a shorter length on their site! LOVE that! I dressed these pants up with heels and a cardigan with a statement bag, keeping it casual and comfortable but chic.
Cambridge Blazer – Black
Out of the 100 blazers I have, not really but you know what I mean I have a lot haha, I actually don’t own a single black tailored one and it is truly a staple I was missing out on. You can wear this with jeans, or to work, throw it over your shoulders, or put it on. It’s double breasted and made with organic cotton, and promises a longevity of 10 years, I’ll update y’all in 2030 😉
I hope y’all found this helpful, and be sure to shop Saint and Sofia’s new SS20 collection! It’s worth the price I promise you!