wardrobe As Covid-19 restrictions start to ease, we find ourselves thoughtfully heading back into cafes, restaurants and the workforce. However, with winter temperatures also dropping, we’re now delving into our wardrobes—looking past the activewear, track pants and sneakers—for cool weather staples. As we do so, we can’t help but question what we should be wearing right now, in a post-coronavirus world.
Whether you’re heading out, or staying indoors and want to get dressed up to feel good, Vogue has done the hard work for you and curated a list of very best of what to buy online now.
Chanel is known for its lust-worthy costume jewellery, and the spring/summer 2020 collection saw jewels either layered together or worn on their own and making their own bold statement. We love the more-is-more, unapologetic fun of this bracelet.
Our pick for your new season winter coat. The perfect combination of classic lines and autumnal tones. Button it up for a chic work look or unbutton it for a relaxed weekend vibe.
The Papilla open ring in yellow gold has a unique texture, it is simple yet still makes a statement. Sarah & Sebastian, known for its beautiful, delicate and fine pieces, has added this one to its new Skin collection.
Who isn’t longing to step out of their WFH wardrobe and into a put together look for work? Vogue loves this colour blocked head-to-toe ensemble from Gucci. Just remember to always pair your suiting back with a printed statement hat for serious back to work fun.
A neutral change, these sunglasses are a great addition to your outfit when on the move.
Daniel Lee’s debut collection for Bottega Veneta saw these statement boots as a signature piece and they quickly became our most coveted item this season. The perfect mix of comfort and cool.
Adding this piece to your active wear wardrobe not only creates an effortless look but adds a new layer of colour to your workout.
Needing the ultimate all weather poncho in clever showerproof cotton? Look no further than this classic from Hermès. So chic you’ll be wanting to wear it rain, hail or shine.
A merino pant for any occasion, clean lines and a classic silhouette make for the perfect everyday piece.
Saying goodbye to your summer sides can be difficult, however these Bassike alternatives are warm and a great way to change up your winter look.
A strong blazer that can be dressed up, layered up or paired back. This versatile style features edgy cut outs to elevate your overall look.
Looking for the perfect date night item this winter? You need this candy-coloured knit with a splash of sequins. Miu Miu has the ultimate selection of cosy and fun knitwear this season.
Celine’s collection of slogan T-shirts, which are the result of a collaboration between designer Hedi Slimane and New York artist David Kramer, feel particularly prescient right now and have us craving times gone by.
Tie-dye jeans were on repeat in Dior’s resort 2020 collection, then more of Dior’s died denim incarnations made their way down the runway for spring/summer 2020 in the shape of skirts, gowns and jumpsuits. Make these jeans a staple for your work-to-weekend wardrobe and you won’t regret it.
Crisp, clean, and ready for the back to work wardrobe, this Aje shirt is the perfect staple with its beautiful button details and dramatic ruching.
The clean lines and monochromatic tones of this Armani demi-flat make them a simple and stylish classic. Wear bare or pair with black stockings for a winter look.
We love the chic Parisian style of this shoulder bag, named after the famous river Pont Neuf in Paris. It’s the perfect size and looks great worn on the shoulder or across the body. And best of all, it comes in five different colours so you can invest in a colour that works with your wardrobe.