Ted Baker’s ‘Out of This World’ for AW17

Say hello to Ted’s autumn/winter collection! Eccentric as always, this season Ted brings you a collection that is fit for exploring a far-flung, fictional planet called Sateen (just bear with us). It’s all about advanced fabrics, shapes and details which are lightyears ahead style-wise, as well as a celestial use of patterns.

While we have a number of highlights from this season’s selection of ‘out of this word’ clothing, top of our (dare we say Christmas?) lists is one of Ted’s wool coats. These aren’t just any coats, they are incredibly luxurious, and both our menswear and womenswear ranges feature them… perfect if you fancy a ‘his and hers’ matching combo. The detailing on them is understated but modern and the tailored fit will mean you’re always putting your best self forward. Plus, until the 4th November, you can pick one up in-store or online with 20% off!

 

If you love Ted Baker’s range of womenswear, don’t miss their AW17 prints. Make sure you look out for…

  • Kyoto Gardens – inspired by Japanese culture, this print is intricate and sits on top of rich background of red and blue. Butterflies, which are thought of as a symbol of love and transformation, flutter across graphic florals which use shapes reminiscent of Japanese architecture.

  • Chelsea Flower Show – As its name suggest, this abundant floral pattern borrows from the variety of gorgeous flowers at Chelsea Flower Show (and it’s stylish attendees). The idea is, much like the event, you can bring the beauty of the English countryside into the city in Ted’s array of tops, dresses and skirts all featuring the pattern.

 

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