Into my intarsia.

in¦tar|sia, a method of intricate knitting with a number of coloured yarns, often superfine merino wool or cashmere, is an application used by knitwear designers such as Bella Freud, with her iconic pop culture reference sweaters and my latest discovery Caitlin Charles-Jones, an award winning graduate. It's the top of the knitwear tree for fine detailing and finish, as seen here with this Pringle of Scotland (1815 label) abstract print, tube dress. If you can save your pennies for a knitwear treat then look for this type of finish.

The pale blue shirt flatters the camels and greys and a punch of yellow from the bangle and cactus brooch adds a kick.

CJ x

Wearing: Pringle of Scotland intarsia merino wool, abstract print, tube dress; Galeries Lafayette double collar pale blue shirt; brown slouch leather ankle boots (no label); metal 'cactus' pin brooch; yellow bangle; stars bangle and Stand Up To Cancer UK watch all Cancer Research UK finds.

Wolford hosiery; Smashbox Cosmetics 'magenta matte' lips; newly opened bottle of Jo Malone London 'lime, basil and mandarin' cologne; hair waved by-self and knickers model's own.