As the first signs of spring bloom, we're taking cues from @spoonful_of_sarah and @niccyboy on how to style our most loved pieces. From wardrobe investments to the art of transeasonal dressing, look no further for advice on what to wear as the weather changes.
Styled By @spoonful_of_sarah & @niccyboy
STYLE NOTES FROM @SPOONFUL_OF_SARAH
Sarah unveils the secret to between-season styling with ease: layers. "Rather than buying pieces you can only wear in certain conditions, I'm a big fan of versatile layers so you can build your wardrobe up in the colder seasons and down when it's warmer.
The closet essentials she's investing in as spring beckons? "I love to buy versatile items that you can mix and match to wear over and over, so I'll be looking for a good blazer and pant set, a statement knit and then a dress that you can dress up or down with shoes and accessories."
STYLE NOTES FROM @NICCYBOY
The working world looks different, which has evolved our approach to desk-to-dinner dressing, as Nic demonstrates in the Elias Linen Suit, Clifford Mercerised Polo and Judd Pant.
"The nature of today's work-from-home pivot has brought about a more casual approach to meetings, so finding pieces that can be dressed up or down is important for me. Open collar shirts, knits and pants that can be worn with both casual and dress shoes are what I'm investing in."
Sarah and Nic will take our new S/B/ By SABA collection for a spin when the weekend rolls around. Designed to make off-duty dressing look (and feel) effortless, discover relaxed staples deserving of plans, from the Cornell Knit Polo to the Lila Linen Shirt Dress.