If you ever wished there was a brand you could turn to to make sure that yours and your boyfriends outfits totally complimented each other then the AW14 mens and women's collection from Ted Baker is the ticket.
As usual you can expect a wonderful colour palette from Ted for the autumn and winter - deep hues and some wonderful prints which all complement each other wonderfully. Even the men's collection is full of burgundy, teal, emerald green and vibrant orange. And if you needed persuading at all? Well not to worry - there are some stunning images for the collection to show it off.
Spanning smart and sleek with edgy and cool for both men and women this would be a brilliant capsule wardrobe to have the whole lot for the winter.
Which side of the collection will prove to be your favourite? The Langley or the Phormal?
Ted’s enchanting and opulent AW14 Langley collection steals the show with rich autumnal tones of burnt orange and deep purple clashing with subtle pastels in shell and pale green.
Couture-inspired silhouettes in luxurious fabrications bring drama and glamour to the season, with cashmere knits and silk organza worn alongside pony skin-effect directional pieces.
The hypnotic Enchanted Floral print skirt with ethereal layering detail offers a whimsical touch, whilst the graceful FLAWRA cream mermaid prom dress, with ruffled bust and structured floral skirt, is perfectly placed to be worn with statement jewelled courts and a matching mini box clutch.
Worn with decadent flair, jewelled necklines and lace details bring sophistication and elegance to a spirited and vivacious collection.
Inspired by traditional techniques with a modern cut, Ted’s AW14 Phormal collection features stand-out sophisticated metallics of sonic blue and emperor purple in slim, sharp suiting.
Windowpane checks in a three-piece suit, worn with contrast navy waistcoat and all the trimmings of a pocket square and printed tie, will guarantee gents are dressed to the nines. Overall, Italian fabrications, mother of pearl buttons and 1920s-style cocktail bar linings bring a touch of opulent luxury to the season.
Tight Lines injects a dash of colour to fabrications with thicker tweeds in burnt orange and bottle green, and alpaca blend knits in red and dark purple. With wool and velvet details also appearing on oversized checked blazers and matching waistcoats, it’s a layered look that’s slick and functional.
For Global, printed blazers (worn with classic shirting or relaxed knitwear) effortlessly take the lead alongside geo prints with a subtle metallic finish for an almost three-dimensional look
See the looks come alive in the vide below.