Editor's Letter
Editor's Letter
Dressed Up
W
ould you get married in a white suit? Jigsaw’s social media manager did when she got married last month. It’s a telling sign that how we approach “dressing up” has changed.


Take our Portofino linen suit as an example. The longline blazer and flared trouser cuts a modern silhouette for a wedding guest (or bride…). It’s versatile, too, and can look totally different when worn as separate pieces or depending on the choice of top. Ditto for a midi skirt.


Not only are we opting for variations when it comes to dressing for an occasion, but we’re also choosing pieces that work for more than one event. One skirt, four outfits. One dress, three occasions. Barely there heels to take you from day to evening in comfort and style. The general mood for more causal dressing means this attitude works.


This approach to dressing can also be applied to our spring wardrobes. Many brands champion linen for days at the beach: we have linen across our entire collection. From midi dresses in bespoke prints to lightweight shirts that call for leisurely spring evenings. Throw in a statement earring for that final flourish.

You choose the occasion, we’ll provide the clothes.

Enjoy the summer,
Jigsaw