Matches Fashion Wants To Shape The Foundations of your Wardrobe
Let us take a guess: one of your new year’s resolutions could’ve been to liven up your working-from-home wardrobe. A conscious effort to change out of your pyjamas, or pack away the trackies, and put something nice on to sit around the house in. Who’d of thought?
If you’ve failed thus far to stick to your word, Matches Fashion’s latest edit could give you that little push to spruce up your everyday look. Wardrobe Foundations is a selection of reliable basics that you can go back to time and time again. The team have rounded up 250 pieces, from over 60 designers, that each focus on form, function and silhouette. Think puffa coats from Jil Sander, cashmere jumpers from The Row and cracking cardies from Acne Studios.
It’s tees, totes and trenches, as well as ace denim and blazers, for both mens- and womenswear, all made from the finest fabrics about. “I wanted to ensure that we had a place on site where you could find the best curation of all those items that every customer should own,” explains buying director Natalie Kingham. You could say getting back to basics has never been so easy.
Photography by Misha Taylor. The ‘Wardrobe Foundations Edit’ is available to shop here.
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