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White Clothing For Women
Spun from sumptuous cashmere, Burberry's 'Dawson' sweater is paneled with a tactile mix of honeycomb, ribbed and classic knit stitches inspired by heritage English designs. It has a cozy turtleneck collar and loose fit that's easy to layer. Try yours with checked or tartan pants.
A simple white T-shirt traditionally serves as the foundation piece to an outfit, but Marni's version will command much more attention. Made in Italy from soft cotton-jersey, it has ruched panels through the front and back that create an asymmetric silhouette. Wear it to gallery openings with a pair of tailored pants or weekend lunch dates with denim.
Burberry's top is cut from delicate white tulle and intricately embroidered with swirling flowers. It's underpinned by a smooth satin camisole that can be swapped for a bralet on evenings out. The loose silhouette is incredibly versatile - try it with jeans or midi skirts.
Marni's draped crepe dress was one of the star pieces from the label's Resort '18 presentation. It flatteringly hugs your waist and hips before falling to a handkerchief hem that moves and sways with every step. It was shown over a tonal turtleneck with velvet ankle boots and a plush stole, but we think it looks just as chic styled simply with platform sandals and chunky jewelry.
We'll always love the signature complexity of Marni's jewelry, but there's something in the simplicity of this brooch that feels just as impactful. Set on a slender gold-tone pin that's tipped with a crystal, it has a poplin bloom as its centerpiece. Each petal is subtly outlined with burnt edges to make it stand out, even against a white dress.
Drawing on Creative Director Francesco Risso's love of fine art, Marni's pieces are often a celebration of individuality and creativity. These earrings are made from gold-tone brass and feature a white leather petal at the front, with lightweight horn discs that hang at the back. Keep them in focus with high necklines and swept-back hair.
The rubberized coat has emerged as a hero piece since the Fall '17 shows. Borrowing some of the most flattering elements from trench styles, it's no wonder Burberry's frosted PU incarnation is an instant must-have, and thanks to the label's instantly shoppable approach, you don't have to wait to stake your claim after its debut on the runway. It has a leather buckled belt and snap fastening at the inverted back pleat that allows you to create a more flared silhouette. The fun of this trend lies in its sheer finish, so be sure to layer up over bright patterns and colors.
Made in Italy from crisp cotton-poplin, Marni's white top is a lesson in minimalism - it will look so fresh with practically everything. It has clean lines and unexpected raw edges along the neckline, sleeves and hem. Temper the loose fit by cinching your waist with a belt.
The '90s revival has sparked a resurgence of layering, and this Marni dress makes tapping into the trend that much easier. Cut from fluid ivory crepe that's outlined in green stitching, this Italian-made piece combines a long-sleeved shirt with a slit slip that hangs low on the body. Keep styling simple with slippers and a pared-back bag.
Marni's draped blouse cinches at all the right places. Made in Italy from fluid crepe, it has ruching along the shoulders, cuffs and back that help to form a whittled-waist shape. The ivory shade goes with absolutely everything whether you're wearing it to work, dinner or weekend brunch.
We first spotted Marni's earrings in the brand's Resort '18 presentation – we like how they delicately peeked through straightened locks. They're made from lightweight poplin petals with burnt edges and centered with dangling gunmetal-tone stems tipped with crystals.
Burberry's white sweatshirt is perfect for teaming with the bold tartan and brightly colored separates from the label's latest instantly shoppable runway. This Italian-made piece is cut from cotton-jersey for a relaxed fit that's accentuated by split sides and a slightly dipped back hem. Try yours with this midi skirt from the collection.
Cut in Italy from cotton and linen-blend twill, Marni's midi skirt is generously pleated at the waist to create a full silhouette that emphasizes a narrow waist. Wear yours with a crisp shirt and statement jewelry.
We saw lots of reissued pieces from the archives on Burberry's recent February 2018 runway. Take this sweatshirt - it was first released in 1991 and features the house's iconic equestrian knight holding a flag reading 'Prorsum, ' meaning forward in Latin. It's cut from ivory cotton-blend jersey and has a smooth brushed backing that feels so soft.
A crisp white shirt is a wardrobe necessity - Burberry's stretch-cotton version features a contemporary body-skimming fit. Roll up the sleeves to reveal the brand's signature check, adding tailored shorts and sleek heels to finish.
Marni's top is made from crepe de chine that's blended with silk for added luster. It has a flattering boat neckline and teal seams that emphasize the loose, oversized fit. Tap into the house's energetic spirit and half-tuck yours into printed pants or a skirt.
Burberry updates the classic trench coat for SS18 with this glossy laminated version. This oatmeal-beige design is crafted in a slim-fitting traditional silhouette from cotton-gabardine that's coated for a high-shine finish. It features signature details including a buckled belt and wind flaps. Wear it with jeans and brogues for a stylish rainy-day look.
Marni's Pre-AW17 collection is the first under new creative director Francesco Risso. He captures the brand's quirky elegance perfectly with this black and white hound's-tooth wool-blend pencil skirt which is complete with decorative side-seam slits. Make a statement and pair it with a scarlet-red silk blouse.
Marni's sophisticated approach to contemporary dressing is apparent in this electric-blue fleck-print shirt. It's crafted in Italy from lightweight cotton-poplin and the ruffled collar deems it a statement piece. Tuck it into an asymmetric skirt anchored by a pair of statement slides for an effect that's typical of the house's offbeat aesthetic.
Burberry Prorsum's Resort-2016 collection is peppered with pretty lace pieces like this ivory blouse. It's crafted with contrasting geometric and floral panels and detailed with a ruffled peplum hem for further femininity. Wear it now with slim black trousers and add pastel-hued accessories once the weather warms.
Christopher Bailey has always kept British craftsmanship at the forefront of Burberry and for the latest runway collection sculptor Henry Moore is in focus. This white broderie-anglaise cotton dress is crafted in Italy to a wrap silhouette and finished with outsized lapels and arm overlays for a fittingly sculptural silhouette. Wear it with equally modern shoes cinching the waist with the self-fastening ties.
Marni's ivory washed-crepe blouse is perfect for contrasting against vibrant prints. It's cut to a relaxed silhouette with long sleeves that fall from dropped shoulder seams and is detailed with neat pintucks and light-green topstitching across one side. Tuck it into a tailored two piece as part of a striking workweek look.
This Marni wraparound choker is a statement piece that calls for a striking backdrop. It's made in Italy and comprised of a tan-brown leather strap that's detailed with a clear grey and black crystal-embellished front - note how the colours fade into each other - and tipped with two ivory moulded floral buds set with clear crystals. Frame it within the lapels of a bold printed blazer.
Marni's sculptural approach to floral details defines its new-season jewellery offering. This gold-tone metal flower drop brooch is made in Italy with a drooping ivory bud shaped with moulded fabric petals then tipped with a single clear crystal at the root of the stem. Pin it to the lapel of a navy blazer for the most refined take.
A ruffled placket defines Marni's electric-blue and white fleck-print shirtdress. Crafted in Italy from silk crepe de Chine it buttons down the front and falls loosely over the frame. Note the option to detach the placket ruffle for an alternative look. Style it with cropped trousers alternating between block-heel mules and daytime sliders.
These gold-tone metal flower drop earrings offer a scaled-down iteration of Marni's botanical jewellery for Resort 2018. They're made in Italy with a curved metal stem bar designed to resemble that of a drooping flower and embellished with a single clear crystal at the root and a white floral fabric bud at the head. Let them offset the cream stripes of modern shirting.
Botanical blooms are the focus of Marni's Resort 2018 jewellery offering and these gold-tone metal earrings feel particularly cool. They're made in Italy with a curved bar stem tipped with a single clear crystal and feature a cream floral bud at the end which is shaped with sculpted fabric petals. Let them swing over the shoulders of a denim shirt.
Marni's gold-tone metal earrings are a modern delight. They're crafted in Italy with an ecru-beige leaf-shaped horn drop and embellished with black crystals set into the top of the three metal strands that fall from the mini-hoop fastening. Style them as an artistic riff to the shawl collar of a silk blouse.
Marni's artful exuberance comes into play with these white resin bead-embellished clip-on earrings. They're made in Italy with a round black resin feature with three beaded circle drops and eight multi-sized beaded strands which are sculpturally bunched for dimension. Style them with a pastel knit for eye-catching appeal.
Marni's artful aesthetic comes across in these white beaded hoop earrings. The double hoop construction is made in Italy from gold-tone metal with white resin beads outlining one circle on each ear. Wear them to add interest to a boat-neck top.
Marni's individualist sensibility is epitomised in these oversized square earrings that have a distinctly 60s feel. They're crafted in Italy from silver-tone metal to a circular white enamel stud from which hang two square hoops - one inside the other - made from white resin beads. Style them with a printed blouse for a stand-out ensemble.
Marni's ivory crepe top is a perfect partner for the label's heavily patterned skirts. It has a loose shape that's enhanced by dropped shoulders and has a flattering boat neck and short sleeves. The exposed seam at the front has a streamlining effect making it a relaxed yet flattering pick.
Marni crafts pieces that are simultaneously luxurious and artfully off-kilter. A fine example this light-grey black and light-yellow striped cotton shirtdress is finished with the traditional notch lapels and button-fastening cuffs expected of a shirt yet the button fastening appears at the back - a welcome switch-up. Slip it on with backless loafers.
Part of the house's Re-issued Capsule collection this vintage-inspired white polo shirt by Burberry is made in Italy to a traditional silhouette accentuated by a point collar and front button fastening. A crest-embroidery decorates the chest featuring a retro-style emblem of the label's iconic horseback knight. Layer it with traditional British fabrics such as tweed or plaid for an authentic edit.
Burberry's new collection sees Christopher Bailey nod to the archives with the revival of the previous house name 'Burberrys'. It features on the front of this white cotton-jersey sweatshirt as part of a mustard-yellow emerald-green navy and red embroidered crest of the iconic Equestrian Knight. The crew neck and relaxed fit make it ideal for layering. Fits true to size.
Old-world pearl earrings played a vital role in the eclectic vintage mood of Marni's SS18 runway show in Milan. This drop pair which completed a number of looks is Italian-crafted with irregular honey-nude pearlescent resin pendants which swing from antiqued gold-tone metal twisted links and hinged fastenings. Wear them for a touch of offbeat glamour.
Marni's creative director Francesco Risso defined the Italian brand's resort aesthetic as 'neo-deco' and this ivory crepe blouse encapsulates the look. Taking the 1920s as a jumping-off point meant that the design team could riff on the details seen here in the drawstring sleeves ivory grosgrain trim and satin-back panel. The end result has subtle artistic flair and works with similarly fluid separates: think a fluted skirt and slight heels.
The pink green red and yellow floral pattern on this white midi dress was first spotted on Marni's AW17 runway. It's crafted with standing sleeves that are cut on an angle and cleverly panelled to contour the figure right through to the softly flared skirt. Style it with the brand's Trunk bag for a balmy garden party.
A runway piece from Burberry's SS18 show this bubblegum-pink floral-embroidered tulle dress encapsulates the house's handcraft-focused way of making eveningwear modern. The round neck and short sleeves are delicately edged with lace and the richly textured diaphanous fabric is gently gathered at the waistband. Add high-heeled sandals and enjoy the graceful flutter of the scallop-edged hem as it skims your toes.
This black and white reversible coat from Burberry's SS18 runway show is a continuation of the house's playful approach to melding car coat and trench silhouettes. It's crafted from contrasting woven-check panels of a double-faced wool and cashmere-blend and shaped with notch lapels raglan sleeves and patch pockets on both sides. For of-the-moment styling let a slice of bare skin show beneath the hem.