I'm Obsessed With & Other Stories's Summer Capsule—24 Items I Need You to See

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Currently, we're sitting right on the cusp of a new season. Each new day, we swing back and forth between grey drizzle and warm sunshine, proving just how close to summer we truly are. To ready myself for the inevitable change in season, I'm looking forward to those warm summer days spent in the city, by the beach or abroad. And as always, my first consideration is what to wear. For summer 2023, & Other Stories has taken it upon themselves to serve up the ultimate summer wardrobe, ensuring every event is covered so we can spend less time figuring out what to wear and more time soaking up the sunshine. No matter what's on your summer agenda, & Other Stories has the looks sorted.


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When & Other Stories first burst onto the fashion scene, it was an immediate hit, and for good reason. I first discovered the brand in Paris, and when it came to London, & Other Stories soon became a reliable spot to find styles that look high-end for high-street prices. What sets the brand apart, in my opinion, is the international influence from its various ateliers in Paris, Stockholm and Los Angeles, offering up the unique and timeless styles of each city. The timeless designs are supported by the high quality of each item that allows it to last in your wardrobe for years. Trust me—I've got five-year-old jumpers and seven-year-old dresses that still look new today.

True to the brand's insightful design, the summer wardrobe collection covers all the plans on your agenda. Plus, the hard-working styles can be rearranged in various ways to wear throughout the season and beyond. There's light linen tailoring that will be a saving grace when you're dressing for the office, offering a smart look that's airy enough for the warmest days. Following on, you can separate suiting for a relaxed weekend look by pairing tailored trousers with a simple vest top and slip-on sandals. The blazer will be a useful outer layer for those balmy evenings and can be thrown over anything from jeans to floaty dresses. Of course, with summer come holidays, and whether you're venturing afar or simply sunbathing in your garden, throw-on dresses and comfortable bikinis are in high supply in this edit. But beyond the basics, there are loads of whimsical and elegant accessories that will push your outfits forward this summer.


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There's plenty more to explore from minidresses to evening tops to basket bags to heeled sandals. So without further ado, let's explore & Other Stories's summer edit.

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Florrie Alexander
Acting Affiliates Editor

Florrie embarked on her fashion journey while studying French and History at university. Whilst studying in Aix-en-Provence, she began to write her dissertation on the history of fashion and the influence of Haute Couture, and landed her first role at Harper’s Bazaar. Following this, she interned for various publications including Elle, Grazia and Marie Claire before joining the fashion team at Conde Nast Traveller. There, she contributed to international photoshoots, styled pages and covers, and produced engaging digital content.

During a freelance period, Florrie honed her skills in editorial work in various digital and print publications including Vogue Italy and Departures magazine, as well as styling e-commerce photoshoots and personal shopping. Florrie actively pursues an in-depth understanding of fashion and jewellery, and after styling a jewellery cover shoot at Conde Nast Traveller chose to complete the De Beers Diamond Foundation course. Florrie first joined Who What Wear UK as a freelancer before becoming the Commerce Writer, blending both editorial and commercial content. Now, as the Acting Affiliates Editor, she monitors current trends, new-in styles, wardrobe heroes and how best to style them. In her downtime, Florrie can be found in her hometown of London, usually with a coffee in hand.