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  • Petro’s Smart-Buy Edit

    When it comes to shopping smart buys, my motto is: less is more. Sticking to simple, classic cuts and silhouettes means pieces will look more expensive and won’t date easily. The pieces on my wish list all major on timeless appeal and have the versatility factor that means I can wear them now, right up until the summer. So, cost-per-wear, they certainly stack up. 

    Edited by Petro Stofberg Words by Frankie Graddon


    Organic Cotton Vintage V-Neck Shirt£37

    The difference between a white shirt looking chic or like school uniform lies in the cut and fabric. This one is perfectly outsized and made from luxe organic cotton. 


    Charli Organic Cotton-blend Denim Jacket£280

    The oversized silhouette makes this jacket so spot on. It’s a great throw-on-and-go piece and the classic wash and detailing keep it feeling timeless. 


    Dip-hem Black Silk-satin Slip Dress£180

    My love for a ’90s-inspired slip dress knows no bounds and the dip hem on Raey’s style gives it a real point of difference. I’d dress this down with high-tops and a denim jacket. 


    Jack Unisex Metal Hexagonal Sunglasses£137

    You simply can’t go wrong with a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses. This hexagonal pair has just the right amount of modern twist on the classic round frame. 


    Savannah Grey Merino-wool Sweater£185

    A grey sweater is one of my wardrobe staples. This is the perfect weight for spring and has a chic, relaxed fit. 


    Carmela Black Boiler Suit£79.99

    On busy days, an all-in-one is my go-to. Mango’s boiler suit is a no-brainer with trainers, but the collar and colour mean it can be made smarter with boots and luxe jewellery. 


    Chuck Taylor All Star Core Canvas High Top Trainers£60

    I’ve been a Converse devotee for years. The iconic style gives denim a retro twist and makes tailoring feel undone and modern. Plus, they’re so comfortable. 


    Daria Wool Trench Coat£398

    Reiss really nails outerwear and I’m so impressed with this wool trench coat. The simple, traditional design means it won’t date. 


    High Waisted Cheeky Straight Leg Jeans£50

    These jeans make everyday dressing so easy. The high-cut waist is ideal for tucking tops into, while the straight-leg and ankle-grazing length work with every spring shoe, from trainers to loafers. 


    Penny Leopard Pony Hair Detail Loafers£120

    These penny loafers prove that leopard can look expensive at a smart price point. Plus, they’re the perfect pop of print to liven up plain basics. 


    Double Slate Green Breasted Twill Blazer £152

    This sandy-green hue is an unexpected alternative to cream or beige and immediately freshens up dark neutrals for spring. The attention to cut and details, such as the buttons, is brilliant. 


    Denim Western Shirt£32

    I’ve found that a classic western shirt in a mid-blue wash is a very useful basic to own. This spring I’ll be working double denim and tucking it into wide-cut jeans. 

    Theodora C.

    Crystal & Gold-plated Hoop Earrings£80

    These delicate hoops deliver a hint of sparkle for everyday wear and would look just as good worn on their own as they would in an ear stack. 



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