Spring Trends: Modern Tailoring

Rejina Pyo

Traditionally tailoring has been a line of clothing we’re forced to wear to the office. But something that is usually dull and unflattering is (finally!) being transformed into something we’ll actually enjoy wearing to work. Not only that, but it seems it’s finally acceptable to rock all the tailoring in the world, whilst on a weekend shopping trip. This makes me so happy as I have a wardrobe full of tailored trousers I’ve always felt a little too dressed up in on my day off!

I’m one for bold prints and it seems that bold prints AND tailoring are going to be huge for SS15 – WIN! Queue the amazing range from designer Rejina Pyo , which combines bold prints with precision tailoring to create the perfect SS15 wardrobe.

Rock as much or as little tailoring as you feel fit, and when it comes to prints be as daring as you like. Go all out in a printed dress or in a bold top and block coloured trousers. I am dreaming up so many outfits in my head, I wouldn’t be surprised if ALL of my upcoming outfit posts are 100% tailoring. Is it possible to get a tailored bag?!

Are you loving tailoring for Spring?


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*This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Avenue 32. As always, everything written is not influenced by this 🙂


  1. I just haven’t experimented enough with tailored looks to even know where to start! I think a trip to the fitting rooms with EVERYTHING in store is on the cards…I’m not the only one who does this, am I? haha, the assistants are going to love me as I try and make sense of my ‘tailored’ style behind the curtain!

    Sarah 🙂
    Saloca in Wonderland


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