AND/OR are one of John Lewis's new in house, exclusive to them, fashion brands.
Their jeans and denim have a great reputation and rightly so - they have loads of different styles, cuts, washes and colours and believe 'Great denim works with everything and it makes everything work'. But as well as brilliant denim the rest of AND/OR's collection is great too. Their clothes are versatile, flattering and wearable, as are their fun accessories and shoes. And being John Lewis the quality is good too.
I love this embroidered, velvet bomber - it can be worn layered under a big coat or over a knitted polo neck in the cold or worn as a jacket on its own once the milder weather returns. I love the detailing and colours.
I am always on the look out for a well cut, good quality and (hopefully) amusing slogan t-shirt and this OH WHAT FUN one is perfect.
I am a jeans lover - I have a lot and wear them often and I am always on the look out for a pair that are interestingly cut or have unusual details. These cropped and frayed ones are cool - I like the colour and fraying around the waist and along the bottom - the fit and quality is good too.
This long length striped cape top is a wardrobe staple - it would look great with leggings or leather trousers and it is suitable as (non)maternity wear too.
Another great staple is this matte leather biker jacket which is a great fit (something that is crucial with a biker jacket) - I love the long arms and zips.
Star trainers are having a moment and these are good ones, they are also available in silver with blue and red stars on - which are very cool.
A smock dress is a style of dress that I usually associate with summer but this velvet one proves that that is not the case. It is really easy to wear, so soft and flattering - I'm wearing it with my star trainers but it would also look great with ankle boots. A perfect winter dress for day or evening.
This post was kindly sponsored by (one of my favourite shops) John Lewis. As always I choose all the clothes and styled the outfits myself.
Photography by @janelookerphotography