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10 Spring Buys That Are Laid-Back But Ultra-Chic

Ditch trying too hard and go for these spring buys that ooze casual-cool …

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There’s an art to looking cool but undone, laid-back but entirely polished. The pieces that build this look are surprisingly simple but, worked in the right combinations, will catch attention for all the right reasons. What are the key buys for SS24? Denim, for one, will always look relaxed but polished – right now lightweight to mid-washes feel spring appropriate. Equally, combat trousers are making a (louche) comeback – another 2000s trend that has new verve. Wear yours with a pair of 70s inspired trainers such as Adidas Gazelles or Handball Spezials. A key shape of the season is the waistcoat, it’s perhaps the most laid-back piece of tailoring you can have in your wardrobe. Usher in spring with Aligne’s high-necked longline waistcoat in soft yellow.

Blue wide long jeans, €99, at & Other Stories.

Tan belted tote, €950; www.toteme.com.

Yellow Leo high neck longline waistcoat, €145; www.aligne.co.

Black Kate Moss Iconic Images by Terry O’Neill sweatshirt, €49.95, at Zara.

Pale blue Brynn drawstring wide leg jeans, Citizens of Humanity, €399, at Brown Thomas.

Navy wool-blend cardigan, Lemaire, €490; www.net-a-porter.com.

Black oversized wool blend twill blazer, €159; www.arket.com.

White broderie Anglaise detail shirt, €54.99, at H&M.

Camouflage cargo trousers, €275; www.meandem.com.

Black point toe cowboy boots, Iro, €405, at Seagreen.


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