Anyone who follows my outfit diaries on instagram will know how much of a total Cos superfan I am. In my opinion, there is no other brand that does edgy, beautiful minimalism at such high quality and at a reasonable price point. It could be completely possible for me to only dress in Cos for ever more and not get bored. I am genuinely a total Cos geek.
SO, when the early access email for the latest sale came in I was immediately there – searching through pages and pages of beautiful, classic pieces. I bought a couple of things I had on my wish list. And then decided to share the rest of the edit with you lovely lot. There are some fab summer pics but I focused primarily on things that could be worn across seasons.
Happy shopping x
Crisp, classic shirting…
One thing Cos does really well is smart cotton shirting with a quirky edge. Wear with denim, trousers, trainers or heels.
Loose-fit seersucker shirt £30 (was £59)
Light-weight kaftan shirt £39 (was £55)
Minimalist, super useful…
Trousers in an interesting cut and classic colour and a white top that I bought earlier in the season and wore tons this summer. Perfect pieces that will work across seasons.
Curved leg pleated trousers £35 (was £69)
Boxy cotton sleeveless top £39 (was £55)
Belted topstitch jumpsuit £62 (was £89)
Items that will fit well within a classic minimalist wardrobe but with cuts that make them stand out. Conversations starters and things to pull out when you need to look a little bit special.
Jersey top with narrow straps £25 (was £35)
Short kimono-shape jacket £62 (was £89)
Linen-silk dress with back ties £75 (was £150)
Smooth slip top £17 (was £55)
Every minimalist wardrobe needs a classic t-shirt or three.
Classic t-shirt £10 (was £19)
Deconstructed stepped-hem t-shirt £32 (was £45)
Lightweight v-neck top £20 (was £29)