Make The CUT

Dress dilem­mas be­gone! Evans’ lat­est col­lab is the an­swer to all your oc­ca­sion­wear woes…

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Wed­dings, proms, the races… Spring may have sprung, but with it come count­less events that re­quire height­ened sar­to­rial con­sid­er­a­tion. We can’t put our fin­ger on it, but there’s just some­thing about be­ing forced to buy a new out­fit that makes it nigh on im­pos­si­ble to find some­thing you like, let alone ac­tu­ally want to wear. Yes, this prob­lem can be over­whelm­ing, but be­fore you fall into for­mal­wear fa­tigue, al­low us to point you in the di­rec­tion of Evans. We were over the moon to learn that the curve-en­hanc­ing hotspot was ded­i­cat­ing its CUT col­lec­tion – Evans’ an­nual ini­tia­tive that in­vests in young de­sign tal­ent – to solv­ing our ev­ery oc­ca­sion­wear predica­ment. The win­ner – cho­sen by an es­teemed in­dus­try panel, in­clud­ing Look’s very own Fash­ion Stylist Kate Andrews – was Rosie Riviere-pring from Manch­ester Met Univer­sity. And af­ter lock­ing eyes on the full col­lec­tion, it cer­tainly lived up to our ex­pec­ta­tions. Tak­ing in­spi­ra­tion from trin­kets gath­ered on her trav­els, Rosie drew a num­ber of in­tri­cate and play­ful prints that formed the ba­sis of her seven-piece cap­sule. One quick look at the cam­paign (star­ring Ir­ish model and mega-blog­ger Louise O’reilly) and we’re al­ready eye­ing up the sleek shift dress, cas­cad­ing skirts and the cool-girl trouser suit for all our spring­time gath­er­ings. Plus, with prices start­ing at just £30, you can bag the work of one of to­mor­row’s top de­sign­ers and solve all your shop­ping woes without break­ing the bank. Best-dressed guest? It’s in the bag.

blazer, £55 Camisole, £30 trousers, £40 all CUT for Evans

top, £38 Skirt, £50 both CUT for Evans

Dress, £65, CUT for Evans

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