In partnership with Net-A-Porter
Another instalment of RUSSH Weekend has passed by, an opportunity for our community to gather and bounce off each other; whether that's through movement, cooking or as is the case with the session led by Yasmin Suteja, styling.
After kicking off the festivities with a pilates class, on Saturday Suteja shared her own philosophy when it comes to seasonal dressing, taking us through five separate outfits catered towards spring. With pieces selected from the fashion treasure trove that is Net-A-Porter, Yasmin Suteja curated looks that could be worn to work, on the weekend, or out to dinner and beyond.
Using a slinky maxi dress from Retrofête as a starting point, Yasmin laid the foundation for an evening look, speaking on the importance of balance in any outfit. Taking cues from the denim print, she brought in a grungy element with patent leather knee-high boots, softening the outfit by accessorising with an elegant pearl necklace from Loren Stewart so as to not clutter the cowl neckline. The look is completed with a simple shoulder bag from By Far.
Her next outfit would not be out of place in the wardrobe of Bella Hadid. Suteja paired a zip shell skirt from Sacai with a cobalt blue tie dye long sleeve from Proenza Schouler for a practical yet undeniably cool look perfect for work, whether that's the office or like Suteja, shooting on set. As Suteja reminds us throughout, accessorising is paramount and this time she does it with a moon-cut handbag from Givenchy.
The spirit of spring is summed up in the third look of the session, a knitted rainbow-stripe vest from Acne Studios and a pair of flared denim pants from Zimmermann.
This sunny spirit is continued with a knitted yellow-stripe sweater from See By Chloé and a cotton tote bag from Chloé also. For a more defined look, Suteja swapped the white jeans from GRLFRND out for a pair of trousers from Maison Margiela, and subbed the Chloé tote for the covetable Half Moon shoulder bag from The Row.
Perhaps Suteja embodies transeasonal dressing best, with the fourth look. Because is there anything quite as versatile as a trench coat, especially this one from Lou Lou Studio? When paired with our dream slouchy boot-cut jeans from Victoria Beckham, a cashmere Loewe scarf and rounded out with a bucket bag from Loewe, it has the bones of a spring uniform, one we're adding to our cart as we speak.
If you want to revisit Yasmin Suteja's spring styling tips head to the RUSSH Instagram or see her session below. Explore the edit of transeasonal wardrobe essentials at Net-A-Porter.
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