British label Jaeger have pioneered high quality clothes for the past 130 years and believe that stylish pieces for work and everyday living shouldn’t have to come with a designer price tag.
Jaeger’s new collections this year include a Donna Ida Thornton range with jeans and 70s inspired pieces, as well as a collaboration with British artist Daisy Cook with pieces inspired by her abstract an ethereal paintings.
We particularly love Jaeger’s Laboratory collection which features simple pieces that subtly include top trends of the year – but do so in a way that won’t date next year!
As well as these special collections, their A/W designs also incorporate a key trend of the year – athleisure – with traditional pieces showcasing a sporty twist. The rest of their autumn range features pieces that work all year around and that are timeless in their aesthetic!
If you’re looking for high quality pieces with a bit of a modern edge, look no further than Jaeger’s A/W range:
Alpaca Wool Half-Belt Coat, £499
A modern twist on the traditional camel coat through the alpaca texture. This wool coat is extremely soft and cosy and will see you through the harsh winter months with no complaints. The asymmetric belt detail is an additional feature that adds to the contemporary feel of the coat.
Floral Lace Dress, £150
Perfect for the party season, this floral lace dress has scalloped trims and a waist-defining grosgrain detail, giving it an elegant and romantic appearance overall. Pair it with simple black heels and a metallic clutch for extra sophistication!
Laboratory Graphic Sweater, £175
This graphic sweater is inspired by the British Museum’s famous architecture. It features contrasting fluffy panels and ribbed trims, both which add to the overall textured look of the knit!
Laboratory Kick Flare Trousers, £110
This limited edition piece gives a contemporary twist on traditional tailored trousers. Flares are making a comeback this season, and these burgundy trousers are an excellent way of embracing the trend in a subtle way. Perfect for office wear or team them with an oversized knit for a everyday look.
Laboratory Zip-Front Clutch, £99
of us like to stick to neutral knits in winter so bright accessories
are a great way of injecting colour into a winter wardrobe. This yellow
colour looks great paired paired with cream and grey shades.
Double-Faced Wool Sweater, £150
This turtleneck sweater has a sporty twist with its drawstring bottom. The contrasting ivory funnel neck and cuffs also give the illusion of layering – a top trend this year – so this simple piece pretty much does all the work for you!
Laboratory Zip-Front Skirt, £110
This chic a-line skirt is made with a stretch for extra comfort! The high-waisted silhouette and midi cut also make this skirt slightly more formal. Style it with a coloured turtleneck knit to complete the look!
Laboratory Ruched Pocket Coat, £450
traditional style coat is given a modern twist with its contrasting
black oversized pockets – channelling the 80s revival trend this season.
The rich bordeaux hue makes it great for this time of year and is
perfect for injecting some colour into plainer outfit just through the
addition of a coat!
Lapel Wrap Blouse, £44
is a fundamental trend this season and this lapel wrap blouse is a
simple yet affective way of incorporating the trend into your winter
wardrobe. Simply pop it on top of a cosy neutral turtleneck knit and
pair it with a pencil skirt and boots for an up-to-date wintry look!
Draped Cross-Back Dress, £199
midi dress is ideal for pretty much any special occasion – the midi cut
and draped back detail give is a super feminine and sophisticated feel.