Sunday, 27 October 2013

A Tribute to


The Olsen girls are style icons. Whether they're off duty or being featured in editorials they always pull together a chic and tailored look without appearing too done. We've collated some of our favourite Ashley outfits, always finished with sleek hair, dewy skin and of course those enviable brows, girl knows her own style. Tight or short on the bottom and oversized on the top in simple cuts and neutral colours it's clear to see why she's a regular on best dressed lists.

The twins have had huge joint fashion success with lines Elizabeth and James, TEXTILE and The Row (which is our most lusted after) but they all make for fashion week favourites highly influenced by their own personal style.
There isn't a day when one of these sisters doesn't make an appearance on Thread Edit's inspiration board.


Sunday, 20 October 2013

Best of British Edit

Britain has always been renowned for fashion; some of the top designers and fashion houses in the world plus unmistakable street style means that London Fashion Week is always highly anticipated. These are some of our favourites from the best of British.

Burberry Prorsum

Burberry manages to reinvent classics every season by adding studs and leather to their infamous trench or modernising the LBD with metal accents. Special events or an evening of cocktails, these items are simple, timeless and well worth the investment.

Holly Fulton

Holly Fulton isn't necessarily one of the biggest names in British fashion but she she should still be recognised as one of our best. Basic tshirts tucked into billowing skirts, biker jackets paired with pencil skirts and all over print clashing. It shouldn't work, but it totally does.


The best of British accessories? Mulberry, of course. A shape to suit each of these incredible looks and a palette of oxblood and neutrals makes this seasons bags some of the best yet.

All photos taken from and Mulberry.

Thursday, 17 October 2013

The Knitwear Edit

Winter wardrobes are always easier to pick; a uniform of jumper and jeans is standard attire for the colder months, but we're here to help you add a little more excitement to the new seasons essentials. Wear this oversized men's A.P.C knit with ripped skinny jeans, Chelsea boots and a shearling aviator jacket or take inspiration from the runway and wear this Burberry Prorsum heavy knit tucked into a leather pencil skirt. Pair it with classic black Pigalles and a Mulberry Lily for a perfect work to evening look.

All photos taken from net-a-porter and Mr.Porter