Choosing the new colours for S/S19

South Beach pastels, zingy yellows, antique pinks, elegant icy blues – this week we’ve been mulling over the mood boards and poring over the Pantone books to come up with the hot new colours you’ll be wearing from Kettlewell a year from now (if only we could put an order in for the same weather... Continue Reading →

Introducing SS18

Drum roll, please - the wait is over! The SS18 collection has landed on the website and we couldn't be more excited. What we hadn't anticipated was that the launch would coincide with a Siberian weather front but not to worry - spring is just around the corner and there are plenty of layers and... Continue Reading →

New season top picks

  Above: Sofia Dress in Teal & French Navy Yippee, it's that time again! I love new season time at Kettlewell. So many new colours, new styles, and new opportunities for incredibly easy shopping. Every season, my problem is what to leave out for my five top picks, rather than what to choose, and this season... Continue Reading →

Style it for summer: the breton stripe

The striped top truly is a perennial classic. Timeless, elegant, and possible to style in an almost infinite number of ways, the breton comes back year after year for good reason. I'm a big fan of both the new season stripe tops from Kettlewell. They tick all the boxes for a truly wearable summer classic -... Continue Reading →

How to wear white

Knowing your best white - whether it's a soft white, cream, oyster or optic bright white - is a powerful weapon to have in your style arsenal. Whether you want to rock a sleek monochrome look or simply add a little light and bright to an outfit, knowing which white to go for will keep your look chic, current... Continue Reading →

13 into 31: Your spring wardrobe, sorted

We do love a good capsule wardrobe at Kettlewell, and since the season is a-changing, I thought it was about time for another one. I challenged myself to come up with a full month's worth of outfits from a mere 13 items (and none of this February nonsense, a full 31 days. And not just because it's a pleasing reversal of... Continue Reading →

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