Looking for the hottest women’s styles for the new season? Step this way. Our Lookbook is here to help with the most in-demand trends for spring and summer 2023. From the coolest colours to the most fancied fabrics, we’ve got five of the freshest looks to help you stay ahead this season. Set your summer to sizzle!

Blue is the Colour

Blue is a timeless favourite that never goes out of fashion, but this year we’re wearing it bright and bold. Cobalt blue has been the catwalk craze for summer 2023, the fresh and punchy shade alive with zesty energy. We love it as a fun pop of colour that looks great with casual warm weather dressing and we offer it across our range of gloves, scarves and hats. Wear it to the beach, poolside or for any holiday adventure in need of blue brilliance.

Items Featured:

1. Paris, Women’s Leather Fingerless Keyhole Driving Gloves in Marine | Women’s Small Checkerboard Check Lightweight Scarf with Tassels in Royal | |
(Also wearing Women’s Two-Tone Straw Fedora Hat with Buckle Trim)

2. Women's Two-Tone Straw Floppy Sun Hat with Rope Trim in White/Navy | (Also wearing Paris, Women’s Leather Fingerless Keyhole Driving Gloves in Cognac)

3. Thruxton, Women's Leather Driving Gloves in Marine

Go Sheer for Spring and Summer

Sheer fabrics are not to be missed this summer. Offering a tantalising tease of the skin underneath, see-through materials are feminine and flirty, while also comfortably lightweight when temperatures rise. We love sheer gloves for smart summer occasions, such as weddings, garden parties and even a day at the races. Choose from different styles, lengths, fabrics and colours to bring sheer into your look for 2023.

Items featured:

4. Savannah, Women’s Tulle Gloves with Frilled Cuff in Black

5. Daisy, Women's Short Fingerless Lace Gloves

6. Tiana, Women's Long Above Elbow Tulle Gloves in White  

Pale Pink Perfection

This summer we’re primed to add pink into our wardrobe. But this isn’t about neons or hot pinks, with pale pinks taking centre stage for 2023. Think sweet and subtle, delicate and dainty. It also teams effortlessly with another hot trend – that of babydoll innocence with bows and frills. This steer towards soft pastels can be enjoyed head-to-toe or as a gentle accent colour. introduce this trend into everyday or formal dressing for a dash of candyfloss cuteness.

Items featured:

7. Women’s Pleated Floral and Paisley Pattern Lightweight Scarf in Pale Pink | (Also wearing Regina - Women's Cotton Crochet Gloves in Ecru)

8. Women's Straw Sun Visor with Ribbon Band in Pink

9. Ethel, Women's Tulle Gloves

Crochet Continues its Comeback

Once considered a bit dated, crochet has become a summer staple in recent years thanks to its boho, festival feel. This year, the knitwear trend is back and bigger than ever – even worn in black on runways giving it a darker edge for 2023. We love it as lightweight gloves for summer sophistication or as vintage styling on our
leather driving gloves. Match with our coordinating men’s styles for a perfect pairing.

Items featured:

10. Kelly, Women's Handsewn Crochet-Back Imitation Peccary Leather Driving Gloves in Black | (Also wearing Women’s Small Checkerboard Check Lightweight Scarf with Corner Tassels | Women’s Floppy Straw Sun Hat with Ribbon)

11. Regina, Women's Cotton Crochet Gloves in Navy

12. Jubilee, Women's Heritage Union Jack Crochet-Back Leather Driving Gloves

Classic White Reinvented

2023 brings a bold reinvention for summer’s favourite shade, as it’s time to think past white
cotton. This year, wearing white is all about different fun fabrics that can show off white, and off-whites, in a new and novel way. This approach really allows interesting textures to stand out and our gloves offer plenty of options. Choose between lace, satin, tulle and crochet to give your white wardrobe a shot of new season freshness.

Items featured:

13. Elouise, Women's Long Opera Lace Gloves in Ivory

14. Bella, Women's Long Opera Satin Gloves in White

15. Savannah, Women's Tulle Gloves with Frilled Cuff in Ivory

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