Three Looks with Reiss

I first discovered Reiss while living in LA ironically — when they opened up a store over a decade ago. I was California girl loving that I found a new British brand. Now I’m more of a British girl wearing the same brands as royalty, taking a few of their newest spring pieces for a spin around London. 

LOOK 1: Reiss Turtleneck Knitted Dress

Anyone who knows me, knows I love a good turtleneck. I’ve never been one for uber low-necklines, so naturally, I gravitated towards this chic knitted Reiss Dress. It’s one of those pieces that can be dressed up for work mode or styled down for a daytime brunch. Add an umbrella and sandals, and it’s made for a classic London day.

DRESS | Reiss

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LOOK 2: Reiss Wide-Leg Jumpsuit

When I scanned through Reiss’ New Collection, this white jumpsuit was one of the first pieces to immediately catch my eye. It’s one of those practical purchases that’s a one and done look. Everyone’s been asking me, how do I keep the bottom clean.  You don’t… but always make sure it falls half an inch higher than the shoe you’re gonna wear. With this jumpsuit, in particular, I highly suggest a wedge or a comfortable heel to make you as tall as you can. 


BAG | Reiss

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LOOK 3: Sheer Ribbed Jumper & Wide Leg Jeans

The kids have been on spring break so it’s been lots of on the go activities in our house. After picking up Gigi and Truman we headed to Saint Aymes, a really cute cafe on Connaught Street, for an afternoon treat. This Reiss jumper and wide leg jean look is one of those great combos to have when you have tons to do with the kids and need an easy outfit that doesn’t take a ton of thought. Their latest collection is full of a lot of great pieces like these that are great for moms on the go balancing work, social activities, and mom life.


JEANS | Reiss

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