HOW TO: Off-Duty Elegance - REISS

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HOW TO: Wear Tailored Separates - REISS

Shop the tailored separates edit: http://onreiss.com/1JT8JsJ Scroll down to shop Louise Roe’s look; Garda top - http://onreiss.com/1HRzwqI Joanne Trousers - http://onreiss.com/1bUGIGR Alex shoes - http://onreiss.com/1GwxNmp Beata’s look; Sevan top - http://onreiss.com/1zpvK6P Kelly biker trousers - http://onreiss.com/1HZJI1R Skorpios jacket - http://onreiss.com/1PYDZL4 Ellen shoes - http://onreiss.com/1InNqS5 ‘How To: Wear Tailored Separates’ is part of the workwear section of the REISS How To video series and is designed for someone who doesn’t wear head to toe tailoring to work. Presented by fashion insider, Louise Roe, the aim is to offer advice on how to wear a single tailored piece to create a polished impression in a modern and on-trend way. Investing in the perfect tailored blazer as part of your capsule wardrobe can really make a difference as it can be styled both for work and at the weekend. This is an investment that works well worn with trend-led pieces – such as a pleated midi skirt or leather trousers – to lend the look a relevant twist. Mix and match smart and casual pieces to keep the look modern. Classic tailoring, like a pair of cigarette trousers, makes for an on-point look when teamed with an oversized cashmere knit or a leather biker jacket and flat shoes. The aim is to take a traditionally smart piece and create something fresh, as well as to give trend-led separates an office-appropriate twist. The mac is perfect between seasons and works beautifully layered over everything from a fine-knit jumper to a crisp white shirt. Ruche the sleeves for added nonchalance and tie the belt at the back to wear it open and emphasise the fluid cut. Ultimately, the goal is to choose the right tailored pieces for you and to style your look around them to make the most of these classic investments. Once you’ve mastered this, your work and weekend wardrobe will blend seamlessly together and you’ll never have trouble finding something to wear.

What to Wear to an Interview - REISS

What to wear to an interview - shop the edit: http://onreiss.com/1GHCorr ‘How To: Dress For An Interview’ is part of the REISS How To video series, presented by fashion expert Louise Roe. The focus is on the importance of making a positive impression with your outfit when meeting a potential employer. You should wear something that fills you with confidence on the day. It’s important to make sure your outfit is relevant for the role in question. Head to toe tailoring may be appropriate for certain offices, but gauging how corporate the environment might be and dressing accordingly is key. A silk shirt makes a polished addition to cigarette-leg trousers and heels and can be worn with or without a blazer depending on how formal you aim to look. Adding colour-pop shoes or a sleek envelope clutch will put a personal spin on an outfit and nod to your everyday style in a subtle and sophisticated way. When it comes to women’s tailoring, getting the right fit is key. It can change the way you hold yourself as well as the way that you feel. Try everything on in store before purchasing as it’s not always the pieces that you think will suit you that end up looking the best – you may be surprised at what you end up choosing. It’s also advisable to trial your entire outfit the night before to check that it works as a complete look. A white shirt is a timeless failsafe, so if in doubt, opt for this classic piece when prepping for your interview. It works with everything from tailored trousers to a pencil skirt, styled underneath a sleeveless dress or tucked into wide-leg culottes. Whether cut from crisp cotton or fluid silk, it’s a classic investment that’s sure to make a professional and stylish impression.

What to Wear to a Wedding - The Video Style Guide - REISS

In What to Wear to a Wedding, Reiss’ Head of Menswear Design, Alex Field, shows you how to dress for a big day in three very different ways. Shop the Video: https://www.reiss.com/mens-style-guide/what-to-wear-wedding/ View the Series: https://www.reiss.com/mens-style-guide/

What to Wear to a Wedding - REISS

What to wear to a wedding - shop the edit: Guest Outfits: http://onreiss.com/1QJJGh8 Wedding Shop: http://onreiss.com/1jTzQ0k Dresses: http://onreiss.com/1HdsXMc ‘How To: Be The Best Dressed Guest’ is part of the REISS How To video series presented by fashion insider Louise Roe. The aim is to inspire your outfit choices for formal events such as weddings, the polo or the races. It’s focused around making this particular look an extension of your personal style and not feeling as though you have to conform to the traditional ‘rules’ of event dressing. It’s important to feel comfortable and confident. If you’re keen to wear a dress, start by looking at shape and colour. A fit and flare dress is a flattering option and maxi lengths are ideal in the warm weather. Aside from wearing white to a wedding, there’s no longer a set of hard and fast rules, so if a dress wouldn’t usually have a place in your wardrobe, think outside the box and choose something like a tailored jumpsuit or a colour-pop short suit. This outfit should epitomise 18-hour dressing as it needs to be appropriate for the day and hold its relevance for evening. Lastly, a cover-up should never be an after-thought. Choose according to your outfit and be sure it’s something that complements it well. This is a look that is likely to have to work throughout the day and into the night, so it’s got to be something that you feel comfortable in and works for both. Heels are a classic option, but if you know it’s unlikely that you can last the 18-hour time frame, be sure to have an equally stylish pair of flats on hand, or choose a block mid-heel instead.

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Scroll down to shop Louise Roe’s look;

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Sevan top – http://onreiss.com/1P71Cyy

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Beata’s look

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‘How To: Off-Duty Elegance’ is part of the REISS How To video series featuring fashion insider and television presenter, Louise Roe. It focusses on the key pieces in a woman’s weekend wardrobe and features tips on how to style these items in an effortlessly chic way.

The aim of this look is to create something that appears particularly effortless but equally as pulled-together and stylish. There is a focus on choosing sumptuous fabrications like merino wool, cashmere and butter-soft leather. Denim is a key component as the perfect jeans will hold their relevance throughout the year and work with almost any top. Louise counteracts the wearability of the model’s skinny jeans and striped T-shirt with a luxe suede and leather jacket and heels. Draped over the shoulders, the biker jacket strikes the balance between tough-luxe and sophisticated style.

There’s a focus on practicality as well as aesthetic with this look, and a nod to layering as a great way to keep your off-duty outfit elegant. A subtle clash of texture will add depth and wearing an oversized knit with second-skin leather trousers, for example, will strike the balance between dressed down and polished. When it comes to accessories, a slouchy tote slung over your shoulder works well, or alternatively, opt for a sleek cross-body bag for minimal fuss. Footwear should be kept classic. If you’re wearing flats, choose a point-toe pump in a neutral or black hue, or black heeled sandals for an especially chic look.

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