A new favourite: Iris & Ink

Iris and Ink The Outnet
Iris and Ink The Outnet
Iris and Ink The Outnet
Iris and Ink The Outnet

You know how that saying goes "like a kid in a candy store"? Think of me as the kid, and THE OUTNET's Iris and Ink label as the candy store. When it comes to basics, I like to think of myself as a bit of a connoisseur, or at least, someone with a good eye for simple tees and leather trousers - and that's exactly what Iris and Ink specialise in: wardrobe essentials that go that extra mile. They're the sort of clothes that you can throw on and instantly look good in and - get this - actually feel comfortable in! No hemming of trousers required either - perfect for us, er, vertically inclined gals. And the cashmere sweaters? Don't even get me started. I'm hardly a fabric snob but wearing this knit has kind of put all of my other sweaters to shame. Can we talk about how I'm wearing colour too? You know I love a brand if it can get me in colour..

Grace boyfriend cashmere sweater from Iris & Ink via The Outnet
Rosa leather pants from Iris & Ink via The Outnet
Black clutch from 3.1 Phillip Lim (similar from Iris & Ink here)
Shoes from Steve Madden (but also love these)