Style SOS? Have Emma Wallace classics on your speed dial

Everyone has that favourite piece.  The one that doesn’t date.  The one that always makes us feel good, as well as look great.  Here at Emma Wallace our go-to piece is the jumpsuit and we still love the Nicki from Spring Summer 17. Worn here by the stunning super model and #emmawallacewoman Coco Rocha.

This white kimono sleeve jumpsuit is a classic shape with a twist that works well whether your shooting inside a box like Coco (below) or heading straight out on a date from work.

Coco wore this jumpsuit to an event just last week and looks totally amazing, but its no longer available to buy because the SS17 season has been and gone. This has got us thinking about the question of whether that style is over or not. It’s a classic piece that could live forever but the new season needs new styles right? Funnily enough this is the quandary our team faces at the end of every season. When our love for certain styles is still strong but the desire for newness is gnawing at us too. 

So, we have curated a collection of our favourite styles, in partnership with Yeechoo HK, an online rental destination.  On Yeechoo you can fall in love again with all those signature pieces; it’s your own personal invite to borrow from our archive. It’s the perfect way for our loved styles to become season-less and, even better, become a recycled fashion style by being rented by many fabulous women. Plus Yeechoo takes care of all the dry cleaning and even couriers it to your door, so its a fashion no-brainer!

Left photo @dreamsofabadie trying on the Nicki Jumpsuit in the Yeechoo showroom. Right photo our original SS17 look book shot on @lizavettast

If you are in HK, love a jumpsuit and the idea of recycling fashion then check out all our seasons favourites available on Yeechoo here. 

For those not in HK we care about what styles you love too so let us know if there are any jumpsuits, like the Nicki, or any other styles you think should have a come back in our newest season!

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