Penneys launches a “chic” collection to help you create the perfect capsule wardrobe
Penneys becomes chic.
In a move towards building more sustainable fashion habits, Penneys has just launched its very first high-end capsule collection, which marks a definite break with the great deals we all used to go to at Penneys.
The Primark Edit, which just launched in select stores across the country, consists of classic staples to wear forever, such as the perfect white shirt, cashmere-blend knits, moccasins, blazers, pants, wool blend coats and a very elegant trench coat.
According to Penneys, the pieces in the collection are designed to be worn and redesigned year after year, making them the perfect backbone of a capsule wardrobe.
As for the prince point – the collection is a bit higher than for regular Penneys clothing – but remains on par with other high-end fashion retailers and therefore won’t break the bank.
The idea of ââa capsule wardrobe is if trends come and go, but the style will last forever, and the pieces that make up your capsule wardrobe are just that – elegant, simple and classic.
The Primark Edit, while slightly more expensive than other items in the store, extends Penneys’ philosophy that high fashion should be affordable for everyone.
With classic styles, luxury fabrics, and fits that look more upscale and expensive, the items in the collection will have you grabbing them time and time again, meaning you’ll save yourself plenty of time to spare. wardrobe crisis – and also money.
Personally, I’m obsessed with cashmere-blend knits in the palest biscuit hues – so perfect to wear with jeans, black pants, or any skirt in my wardrobe.
I am also considering investing in the woolen coat. I love the way it’s designed with a belt at the waist for a flattering silhouette, which means it’ll look just as chic worn over jeans and a t-shirt as it will over a dress at Christmas.
I also like the oversized white shirt, so chic and timeless.
The Primark Edit is now available worldwide and in seven Irish Penneys stores: Newbridge, O’Connell Street, Mary Street, Blanchardstown, Liffey Valley, Swords and Dundrum.