Sneaky Peeks

title_imageThe new Kettlewell collection is being loaded onto lorries and driven across Europe as I type, so it’s time to share with you a few of my favourite finds from the new collection.

The Tasha top is a bit of a new direction for Kettlewell, but I am deeply in love with it. Slouchy, longline and with a very current feeling dipped hem this is going to be the perfect spring/summer t-shirt with white skinnies and flat sandals.tasha_top_final

I love the idea behind this print sleeveless v neck and the matching scarf. Individually they will both work in a huge range of outfits, but they also pair up really well for a sweet tie neck blouse look. The print is a vintage original design, which I must tell you about another day.print_sleeveless_v_b

Another bit of drape love here – the shimmer wrap is a perfect summer cover up in gorgeous fine, delicately textured fabric and is one of those items that really fits the old cliche – it can be dressed up or down with ease.shimmer_wrap_background_3

Oh, I love the elegance but subtle revealingness (that’s a word, right?) of this top. A beautiful v neck with ruched detail at the point of the v giving the appearance of a slight sweetheart shape, with a smaller v shape dipping down at the back of the neck. I can imagine this in all sorts of outfits, it’s really going to come into its own with a sleek pencil skirt and nipped in cardigan.double_v_new_lime

Oh, and lastly (and I appreciate this isn’t remotely new or original), I’m loving an old favourite that I think has well earned its place in this season’s collection – the classic cotton 3/4 sleeve boat neck/ One of those holiday wardrobe essentials for pairing with everything from a denim mini and flip flops to skinny capris and heels. Love it.boat_neck_poppy

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