Inspiration for an outfit can come from anywhere. Whether it’s through your IG feed or the runway, we often look to already composed looks to get us thinking differently about our wardrobe. But as we’ve seen the industry adapt over the last few months, it seems about time to look to new resources for out #outfitinspo.

With a plethora of experiences having been disrupted due to lockdown, our usual bank of inspiration is running low. But, with the ability to enjoy the majority of what London has to offer currently available to us, why not look to your everyday to re-energise your garms? Simple pleasure, like the colours from a curated flower bouquet or the cloud formation of a summer sky, are equally as invigorating as style stimuli, and our curated sets based on what we love about London proves exactly that.

Is there a better way to spend a sunny evening than dining al fresco? No, we think not, with the pièce de résistance being when the sun sets and we’re left with a pastel coloured sky. So, our first edit within this series looks to summer sunsets, with three evening looks that’ll colour coordinate you with the skies above!

Romance can accumulate in more ways than just with your significant other, and this Cecilie Bahsen dusty pink dress has had us falling in love ever since we laid eyes on it. In the same flirtatious shade of candyfloss clouds, we’ve paired with this sky blue Bottega Veneta bag and And Other Stories mules for a pastel punch that’ll make yours, and your partners heart flutter.

Now with bars and pubs open, a cause for celebration can take place in more locations than just at home. When you’re out for a cocktail or two (or more), belt up this Sies Marjan blazer – which in our eyes is a treasure in teal – as night time starts to fall. Burnt orange like the rising sun, this Story MFG skirt is as sustainably-made as it is stylish, and the colour clash with these Jimmy Choo’s make for a bold and bright outfit.

Summer has always been the season for the linen suit, but we strongly suggest you give this organic cotton number from COS a chance. Unlike a linen counterpart, this won’t need constant attention from your iron but will also continue to let your skin breathe through balmy temperatures. Paired with a Prada headband and By Far zebra print heels and you’ll be set for the skies in this suit.

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