Brand Focus - ME+EM

 If you love minimalistic fashion generally featured on runways that are on trend and functional ME+EM will become your go to brand. They have a stunning collection of soft, refreshing basics and classic pieces like a white shirt that is made on-trend with ruffles, lace insert and in silk fabric. Their current season features some statement outwears, breton striped knit wear, in-trend Guernsey jumpers and beautiful tops in autumnal merlot and green.
Without further ado, presenting few of my current favorites :
This skinny flat rib dress is autumnal perfection ! Bottle green, velvety soft and flattering silhouette makes it such versatile dress to get you from work to dinner.

A very modern upgrade to traditional knit wear in an eye catching yet subtle Merlot shade. This chunky guernsey knit jumper with button detailing will definitely be in your wardrobe for years to come.
This lovely white top is made from 50% rose plant fibre for a super soft feel. If you are travelling somewhere for some winter sun, this should definitely be a staple. Love the way it has this intricate lace detailing and the casual vibe it gives with the sleeves are folded up.
Swing shape dresses are always flattering on most of the body shapes. Pair with a wide belt and nearly black leggings for those days when you are just not in a mood to dress up for work.
This millennial pink layering top will look super cute with a sleeveless trench or with a tailored blazer with the flared sleeves popping out for that extra drama. For more of a softer look, this frill detail top comes in navy blue and merlot as well. Finally, a classic transitional piece- breton striped top. There are so many ways you can mix and match a striped top. My favorite for winter is with a fitted jeans and some red heels and lips!Hope you loved this post. Thanks for reading and do let me know in comments the designers/brands that you are loving at the moment. 


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