9 Apr

If you follow us, you’d know that we spent last weekend in London. We had a great time! We visited Bailey’s Stardust exhibition, we wandered through the streets of Marylebone village and we shopped. That’s inevitable. Everytime we visit London we go shopping. I mean… who doesn’t? One of the highlights of our trip was the new collection by Whistles. Even though we already knew this brand, we never payed much attention to it, to be honest. But this time we were surprised by their sort of edgy Summer colelction.

This season Whistles offers amazing cuts and fabrics. Monochromatic looks and some interesting prints that will help to take your Summer wardrobe to another (more sophisticated) level.  Some of their pieces reminded us of other more conceptual brands, like COS. Comfy yet original and different.  We love this take on the Summer light dress…


Don’t you love this striped little number? If you do, you will sure love this dress too!


But our favourite piece was this dress. I tried to convince P. to buy it… but she didn’t want to. I think she would have looked amazing on it! Maybe next time?

PS. Snapshots of our London adventures in our IG feed (@theslowpace)

Images via Whistles

7 Responses to “Whistles”

  1. Izael Garrido April 9, 2014 at 6:48 pm #

    Wooow such a good post! That collection looks amazing
    Love the way you have your blog :) I’m following your steps now :D

  2. wanderingcows April 9, 2014 at 7:55 pm #

    Oooh, I like Whistles too. I have my eye on one of their skirts ! Lovely choices.

  3. The Wild Arrow April 9, 2014 at 10:32 pm #

    I just recently bought a few of their pieces and I’m obsessed! Loved this post you did on their new collection.


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