Emma Lane x WH Curated

Introducing a curated edit of transitional wardrobe heroes by fashion and celebrity stylist, Emma Lane (@emmalanestylist). Full of eclectic appeal, expect statement midis, colourful prints, voluminous sleeves, large collar details and ‘70s-inspired silhouettes. Bold primary colours are mixed with neutral hues for a reimagined autumn palette. Embrace an elevated new-season aesthetic with amplified footwear, vibrant accessories and striking knitwear.

Emma Lane x WH Curated

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    Multi Printed Funnel Neck Short Sleeve Top
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    Ivory Premium Crepe Wide Leg Trouser
    £79.00 £63.20
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    Green Organic Cotton Gingham Shopper
    £15.00 £6.00 Sale
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    Blackwhite Organic Cotton Gingham Shopper
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Questions and Answers with Emma Lane

Q1: What is your favourite piece from the edit?

I love the rust puff sleeve dress. It’s such a lovely fit, shape and comfortable. You can wear it on any occasion by just changing your shoes.

Q2: What were the main inspirations behind the edit?

I have picked items that I think will last you through seasons. 

Q3: Describe your personal style.

I dress for comfort. I love something colourful and a pattern. Clothes that make you feel good will make you look good, so I always go on how I feel when I put something on.

Q4: What is your top piece of style advice?

Only wear what you feel comfortable in – you’ll shine if you feel confident. Dress for yourself and no one else.

Q5: What is your essential AW21 piece?

A chunky pair of boots and leather blazer style jacket. Both go with pretty much everything and give your look an edge.

Q6: What is your go-to outfit for autumn?

Chunky boots, jeans, jumpers and my leather blazer.

Q7: How did you get into the styling industry?

My first fashion job was actually working in Warehouse. I worked there every Sunday for about two years, so this is a special edit for me. After working for a media production company for a few years, I quit and started interning in the fashion industry. I loved everything about styling. After a few years, I went on my own.

Q8: What has been your favourite project that you’ve worked on?

I’m working on one at the moment which is really exciting and if you told me I would be dressing this person when I was a young girl, I would never have believed you - dreams do come true.

Q9: Has your personal style changed since working in the styling industry?

Yes, 100%. I used to spend a lot of time shopping for myself, but now that I do that for a living so I’m a lot more careful with what I buy. I have to really love it. Now I purchase a lot more day-to-day clothes that I’ll wear more than once, whereas I used to buy things I loved but wouldn’t be able to wear out as much.