Easy ways to update your everyday fashion uniform
Though it may seem like I’m always tinkering around with new outfits for That’s Not My Age and my style column in the Telegraph, I often wear the same clothes, on repeat. This is not working from home-induced slovenliness, it’s about practicality, comfort and ease. On a day-to-day basis, you know where you are with a uniform. Ready to get up and get on with the day ahead. No faffing. I wore a version of this outfit to a press event today (same jacket and jumper, different jeans and boots), knowing I had a winning combination to rely on made leaving the building easier. And there’s no need to be too ‘Steve Jobs’ about this; once the basics are in place, then you can start to experiment.
My tweed jacket is MaxMara Weekend at Fenwick (sale bargain, last season). The lambswool scarf is a collaboration with Jo Gordon for the TNMA Edit. The cashmere jumper is an old Angela Cassidy (a small independent brand, no longer in existence). Jeans are my ancient APC favourites. Groovy boots are from Ops&Ops. Leather satchel is an old gift from M.Hulot (no longer available). Hoop earrings are a gift from Auree Jewellery. My rings are all Claire Stratton.