Style | TOAST Early Spring 2020 collection…

As you may well know, I’m a huge fan of the UK clothing brand, TOAST.  I have pieces in my wardrobe that date back to nearly a decade old and I am not likely to be getting rid of them any time soon.  TOAST is known for creating timeless, long lasting pieces that span multi-generations of women.  Something that a teen to a grandmother could wear.

The latest Spring 2020 collection is inspired by Japan, think wide legged trousers, indigo shibori washes and origami tied dresses.  Let’s take look at my favourites:

Longing for warm weather I would love these two outfits.  Perfectly layered and easily wearable, for everyday.  I particularly love that scarf as a shawl and those sandals.

This Kyoto floral print gown is wonderfully breezy looking.  Here paired with matching set of top and trousers – you would never guess that this is actually nightwear would you?.  Oh I want this outfit so much!

A masterclass in layering.  I love how the TOAST stylist has taken items and layered everything.  Like this shirt under this short sleeved sweater, over this striped culottes.

I admit it, TOAST clothes are on the pricier end of the High Street, but if you buy one thing that you will love and wear for the next ten years, then price per wear is significantly low.  And you aren’t adding to the clothing waste of fast fashion.

TOAST clothes are beautifully and thoughtfully made.  Designed for practical everyday use and for women who dress for themselves.

I bloody love them.


For more information on this Early Spring collection head to their website: Early Spring.

Collaboration Note:  I have an ongoing collaboration with TOAST, where I have been gifted items of clothing to share via my instagram.  I have in no way been sponsored or paid to discuss the brand on here or via Instagram.  All thoughts are my own.

Images courtesy of TOAST.

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