For an edit full to the brim of luxury fabrications, spring prints and new feminine silhouettes look no further than Rebecca Taylor’s SS19 collection. Here we introduce some of our favourite pieces from the lifestyle brand and the new diffusion line, Tailored Rebecca Taylor.
Spring at Rebecca Taylor looks fresh and full of vibrant floral prints to give your wardrobe a much needed warm-weather lift. The standout print from the whole collection is the Daniella floral print in both punchy red and lagoon blue hues crafted on silk jacquard. With monthly arrivals throughout spring and some special pieces which are exclusive to Trilogy in the UK, this looks set to be one of our favourite Rebecca Taylor collections to date.
There’s a clear vintage feel this season with Victorian-inspired silhouettes running throughout the spring collection alongside detailed embroidery and ruffled necklines. Drape fabrics, fluted cuffs and nipped in waists are par for the course with Rebecca Taylor and this spring there’s more than a nod to the brands feminine handwriting thanks to an abundance of romantic blouses.
A micro trend to watch out for, scallop edges are everywhere this season, from the hems of jeans to outerwear. This double-breasted ivory blazer and matching camisole look elegant styled back-to-basics with blue denim and heels for an elegant and romantic daytime look.
With the catwalks a blaze with tailoring, suits and structured separates for SS19 what better time for Rebecca Taylor to launch their new line in modern suiting. Specialising in tailoring and luxury separates, Tailored by Rebecca Taylor captures a wearable femininity within their first ever capsule suiting range. Launching exclusively in the UK at Trilogy, Tailored not only delivers a unique and feminine approach to the working wardrobe, but wearable separates that fit perfectly into the lifestyle of denim