Posted on April 13 2022
With the arrival of our JOSEPH London delivery last week, we wanted to walk you through the collection and talk a bit about why we love this minimalistic, luxury label so much!
ABOUT THE BRAND
JOSEPH is a British contemporary designer brand with a strong core of luxury essentials and providing women with a complete modern wardrobe. Contemporary, sophisticated and effortless— the collections are defined by their quality and flawless fit. Attention to detail and a dedication to craftsmanship runs through each garment.
The Spring Summer 2022 collection celebrates the warmer seasons with bold and empowering clothing, inspired by a sense of mobility and timeless ease. Playing on the iconic elements of the house, this collection brings together JOSEPH’s luxury sensibility and effortless sense of style, with a focus on exacting craftsmanship, considered fabrics and layerable separates for the modern, versatile woman.
WHY WE LOVE THIS DELIVERY
This delivery is the perfect mix of glam and luxury essentials.
We have received their beautifully tailored pants in a mix of neutral colours and shapes. For anyone who owns a pair of pants from Joseph will know how easy and versatile they are to wear. Paired back with a white tee and blazer or a printed silk blouse, you have an outfit that is both polished and chic.
Check out how we have styled the Chai Leather Pants below:
Arguably our favourite new arrival is the stunning ivory lurex skirt and top set, perfect for late afternoon drinks with friends. You could wear this dressed up with a heel but could easily be transformed with a fresh white sneaker and oversized jacket.
The tank top is also available in a camel lurex, which pairs back beautifully with the Almond Pants (image below).
JOSEPH is the label for anyone looking to fill in the gaps in their wardrobe. For anyone missing those classic, well-made staples like a great blazer or fitted, tailored pants then this one is for you!
“Deceptively simple yet effortlessly elevated” – Joseph Website
The ACO Girls