Iris & Ink’s Sleek and Feminine Collection Is On Our Must-Buy List

Texture play, a luxurious mix of fabrics, sharp tailoring juxtaposed with feminine shapes – what’s not to love about Iris & Ink’s Spring Summer 2015 collection? The Outnet.com’s private label is now on its sixth season and is definitely stepping up with more directional pieces while staying true to its clean and contemporary aesthetic.

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The tailored white separates instantly caught our fancy, as they could easily be mixed and matched with any piece from the collection – or your existing wardrobe. In particular, there is the wide leg pantsuit that can be worn to work, while separately, the trousers can be paired with the collection’s blouses and button-up shirts and the jacket can dress up casual, weekend outfits. Also notable is the pair of front-pleated culottes, a versatile, sophisticated piece that offers a refreshing alternative to workwear pants.

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The luxurious cashmere knits remain a favourite, and it’s easy to see why the London-based label has become synonymous for them. Rendered in navy blue, red orange, grey and blush pink, the knit sweaters are the definition of comfy, feminine chic when paired with the classy midi skirts.

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The collection gets a touch of urban treatment with the addition of buttery-soft black leather pieces.  It includes a blazer that can easily dress up a casual ensemble; two sleek dresses that can go from day-to-night, a pair of shorts that look perfect when paired with the collection’s white laser-cut shirts and a stylish button-up midi skirt that’s just right on trend.

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And lastly, the season also sees the addition of the lightweight trench coat – certainly a piece that those of us living in warmer climes would love to own. Rendered in deep navy, the coat is versatile enough that it can be dressed up or down, and boasts of expert tailoring for a flattering fit.

Iris & Ink’s Spring Summer Collection is available exclusively at The Outnet.com starting February, with new styles being introduced throughout the season.

 

All photos from The Outnet.com.

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