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COS YOU’RE WORTH IT!

I remember discovering Cos when it first rocked up on London’s Regent Street a decade ago. I took one look at rail after rail of shapeless-looking navy, black and grey pieces and wondered why all the fashion mags were so over-excited about the launch of H&M’s supposedly cooler older sister brand. But but but. You gotta try it on and then it all makes sense.

They were the first to do that Scandi pared-down daytime look that everyone now copies, with the cuts, fabrics and attention to detail a notch above your average high street design. The everyday crew-cut T-shirts are the perfect fit, the grey and navy jumpers last forever (their waffle knits are especially good), their long cardigans make any jeans look brill and they know their way around a quirky white shirt. Plus, if you like black, you’re definitely in luck. I’m also a big fan of their accessories – the leather handbags are chic and minimal and the shoes are classically timeless (and somehow totally on trend at the same time).

To celebrate their 10th anniversary, they’ve just released a capsule collection – and I’m loving the bursts of mustard and burnt orange colour pops in the spring/summer mainline collection, which look great with denim or khaki. And, believe me, don’t worry if it all looks an teeny bit boring online or on the hanger. Head to your nearest store (there’s one in Bristol’s Cabot Circus and one just about to open in the centre of Bath), grab 10 pieces and try ’em all on. Cos you’re worth it! www.cosstores.com

 

1 comment on “COS YOU’RE WORTH IT!”

  • Styleophileuk May 23, 2017

    The Bath one is goooood…. so welcome in our city…? Bath is back on the up after so many empty shops recently ….

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