What We're Loving This Week

Happy Monday and here we are with our first instalment of What We're Loving This Week! You can expect us to bring you this lowdown every Monday and we will share with you our favourite pieces of the week, as well as some tips on how to style them.

La Chemise à Fleurs

A bit of colour, feminine charm and ease, our floral blouse is an easy way to begin dressing for Autumn. Layer over a black turtleneck, or just a simple camisole and pair with blue jeans and chunky boots. It's the simplest way to nod to the autumn florals trend but keeping a pop of colour from the summer months.

La Vie en Blue

 
Your Autumn needs florals, it just does. Our blue dress with ditsy print of black flowers is a staple piece. Like Amy above, pair with biker boots, and perhaps add a chunky black cardigan and tights to take the dress right through to the wintery months. 

La Chemise de l'Orangerie

 
A house favourite. This top brightens up PA HQ and again, is a staple. Perfect for summer too, this piece is an addition to your year-round wardrobe and is a timeless print and colour. 

Le Jogging Luxe X La Melrose

 
Be like Antonia and go head-to-toe in Palais Armoire. We love how she has tied the top which shows off the detail of he waistband of our satin joggers. Both pieces are our absolute bestsellers. 

Le Pull de la Scène

 
Our signature print, the scenic embroidery print, is beautiful on this off-white comfy sweater. This is the jumper of dreams; not too thick that you're overly warm, but not thin. It is slightly cropped so sits well with either Mom jeans or skinny jeans, and it's slouched shoulders means you don't feel too prim and proper.

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