Emerging British Label Florence Black Allows You to Dress Up or Down for FW22

Coming with an oversized blazer and tracksuit set.

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Emerging London-based brand Florence Black takes inspiration from pre-1960s Britain and its style and culture. And while the label was only launched back in 2018, Florence Black has quickly found a balance between its contemporary-styled silhouettes and considered proportions that come as sharp-fitting designs that can be easily dressed up or dressed down. Now, the brand has just presented its latest collection for Fall/Winter 2022 and it explores a variety of knitwear, tracksuit, blazer, and cotton designs.

Collection highlights include the reverse logo knit that comes in grey, brown and black colorways. The design comes with a minimalist front, while the back of the jumper features the Florence Black logo in white. Knitwear is recommended by by Florence Black to be partnered with the oversized cotton shirt which is available in blue and comes with a sharp collar. Other stand-outs include the dropped-shouldered logo hoodie that comes with matching pleated sweatpants. Rounding off the collection, a melange of knit hoodies, wide-leg trousers, and blazers are also available.

You can have a closer look at the latest FW22 collection from Florence Black above and it is available on the brand’s official website now.

In other news, take a look at the latest collection from Stepney Workers Club.

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