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  • Antonella’s Staples

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    As Antonella tells it, her signature style was born of a desire to dress for her body shape more than anything else. As much as she may have wanted a Latin body with curves in all the right places, and a super-feminine wardrobe to match, she just always felt more comfortable in minimal tailoring and a simple palette, which is probably why pieces she wore decades ago look just as chic today.

    Saint Laurent

    Chevron-Weave Linen-Blend Jacket£ 1,965

    “Nothing hangs as well as a Saint Laurent jacket. I’ve worn these pieces throughout my working life and off-duty too – the cut is timeless and the fit unrivalled.”

     

    Astley Clarke

    White Sapphire Large Astley Locket Necklace£ 295

    “I inherited a Venetian locket necklace from my mother on my 60th birthday and find that when I add it to an outfit, it instantly completes my look.”

    Mango

    Satin Long Sleeve T-Shirt£ 19.99

    “I find that a satin t-shirt is a great alternative to a cotton one, and looks very polished under tailoring.”

    COS

    Leather Leggings£ 290

    “I didn’t think I could carry off leather leggings, but Laura convinced me, and I have to say they are now one of my favourite staples. I wear them as I would jeans, with simple, quite loose pieces.”

    John Lewis & Partners

    Delany Leather Saddle Shoulder Bag£ 119

    “I picked up this satchel on a recent trip to London and it reminds me of the styles I carried in the 70s. I also love that there is no logo – I don’t tend to buy anything with a big logo.” 

    Astley Clarke

    Medium Stilla Gold Hoop Earrings£ 70

    “These small gold hoops were a gift from my girls for Christmas and I never take them off.” 

    Dune

    Omarii Block Heel Ankle Boots£ 110

    “My daughters tease me because I love suede ankle boots and rarely wear anything else. They truly work in every season.”

     

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