There was a time, not so long ago, when the idea of dressing up seemed really appealing. It meant you had somewhere to be, someplace to go. It felt adult in that thrilling way we all felt through our late teens.
But now that you actually are an adult — one that’s (mostly) responsible, knows her place in the world, pays her taxes — “dressing up” can seem like more trouble than it's worth. It just isn’t you. There’s no room in your life, or your closet for that matter, for a fancy gown or stuffy pantsuit you’ll wear once every couple of years.
But what if there was a way for dressing up to feel right again? A way that fit your lifestyle and felt adult in the way that you do now? That’s the aim for our Spring Telegraph Collection. It’s a simple, pared-down range of clothing that’s elegant enough for a special occasion — a night at the ballet, perhaps, or that job interview you want to nail — while still being easy-going and functional enough to kick around in everyday.
It feels like you — but maybe just a little bit fancier. And that’s thrilling in a whole new way.