Get summer ready: new colours, new styles

Not quite feeling summer ready yet? If your wardrobe needs a little helping hand, look no further than Kettlewell’s new summer styles.

The Helena blouse will give an instant pretty update to your wardrobe. Pair it with slim jeans and ballet pumps for a pub lunch or smarten it right up with a pencil skirt. The longer length back is ideal if you are less than confident about your rear view, and for perfecting the half tucked front.

Bright and breezy, with just the right amount of neckline detail, the Pippa top will be your go-to sleeveless top this summer. Throw it on over chino shorts, or go for cropped trousers and a blazer for work.

 

Definitely the easiest to wear top you’ll find this summer. The Charli top, available in a range of sorbet-brights and with the perfect level of lightness and drape. Don’t be put off by the slightly boxy look of this top – the cut and fabric combine to make a top that skims and flatters rather than clings.

 

Say hello to the Darcey range! A revamped set of basics for your wardrobe, these essentials will see you through every possible clothing emergency, and come in a range of brights and neutrals to cover every eventuality. 3/4 sleeves flatter 99% of body shapes and work conveniently well for in between British weather.

You can’t beat a plain cotton t-shirt. The fabric of Kettlewell’s new 100% cotton t-shirts is incredibly soft, far more pleasurable to wear than old fashioned crunchy thick cotton tees. This long sleeved version will pair perfectly with relaxed jeans or chinos and flats for transition season style.

 

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