I spend pretty much every waking hour looking at clothes, and after a while, it all becomes a little bit monotanous.
Don’t get me wrong, I love what I do – but when you stare at fashion all day long, all of those floral dresses start blending into one.
When you come across a decent fashion brand, whether it’s designer or high street, you notice.
Jigsaw has been around for a long time. Founded in 1970 by John Robinson, it’s primary goal was too bring luxury fashion to the high street, and while it slipped off the radar for some time, it’s well and truly making a comeback.
Robinson took his inspiration from Japanese designers like Comme de Garcon and Issey Mikaye, and while it’s still clear to see, the brand has been brought into the modern day.
Sleek silhouettes and fabrics characterise Jigsaw today, but now there’s a splash of colour. Expect to see luxe fabrics like Merino wool, cashmere, suede, velvet and silk, which give it all the elements of a luxe label but at a more affordable price. In fact, some pieces resemble Ganni, which is no bad thing.
I can’t wait any longer to show you my favourite pieces. Below, you’ll find my top picks.
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Patent Hatton Trouser, £220 – buy now
Roll Neck Reversible Jumper, £145 – buy now
Merino Cashmere Longline Tunic, £155 – buy now
Denbigh Studded Leather Bag, £140 – buy now
Italian Wool Belted Overcoat, £450 – buy now
Collagerie Leather Ankle Boot, £200 – buy now
Hammered Satin Sash Dress, £225 – buy now
Collagerie Cotton Shirt, £145 – buy now
Madeley Knee High Leather Boot, £250 – buy now
Sequin Midi Skirt, £175 – buy now
Felted Lambswool Multi Scarf, £80 – buy now