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Get ready: 5 In Good Company pieces we’re eyeing with the Citi Rewards Card

If there was a brand that perfectly encapsulates the insouciant-chic-meets-utilitarian-cool look, it would be In Good Company. Established in 2013, the local label is already in its 11th capsule collection, a validation of its phenomenal success in itself.

With a keen focus on elevating the concept of casual and workwear, this season at In Good Company sees designers and founders Sven Tan and Kane Tan work their expertise on tailoring and drape work respectively. The collection is a clean mix of ‘80s technical construction, but made relevant with modern lines and shapes.

Layered and tiered panels breathe fresh air into the series of wardrobe staples. Some are deliberately exaggerated for a relaxed, devil-may-care silhouette, while others are held together by oversized grommets and waist ties.

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Here are 5 of the most covetable pieces from In Good Company’s Capsule 11.

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1 /5

Fina Denim Parachute top

With layered and tiered panels that drape insouciantly down both sides of the body, this denim parachute top is a playful alternative that looks equally put-together. Contrasting panels on the underside reveal themselves as the top swishes with movement, while oversized grommets subtly add an element of utility to the top. This is a piece that will take you from casual weekends to after-dark activities.

S$169, shop here

2 /5

Fioriena Eyelet Parachute dress

Like the denim Fina top, the Fioriena parachute dress is carefully gathered at the front for a voluminous and edgy take on such a simple wardrobe classic. This midi-length dress also sees an asymmetric hemline to make for an effortlessly bold dress, but with minimal effort.

S$289, shop here

3 /5

Ros Pendant Necklace

The complex world of constellations takes centre stage for the accessories collection, only this time it’s a graphic reinterpretation of metallic baubles and electro-plated bars. Suspended delicately by a cotton ribbon, the hand-assembled necklace is a futuristic amalgamation of modernity and femininity, and easily adds visual interest to any of the label’s wardrobe classics.

S$109, shop here

4 /5

Alecia stretch wool dress

Gently curving into a modest midi length, this barrel-shaped dress is highly flattering with its scooped neckline and gentle pleats, while adjustable suspender straps continue the theme of utilitarianism. Great for both casual evenings out, or accessorise with the label’s unique series of necklaces for a formal dinner affair.

S$239, shop here

5 /5

Bastien wool crepe blazer

Playing on the concepts of size and shapes, this coat is tailored with a masculine twist. Crafted out of summer wool, the coat is kept light and fluid, with a gathered hemline that allows for the experimentation of proportion. Wear yours cinched with a skinny belt through the inseam belt hoops, or opened for a more relaxed silhouette.

S$219, shop here


Shatricia Nair
Managing Editor
Shatricia Nair is a motoring, watches, and wellness writer who is perpetually knee-deep in the world of V8s, tourbillons, and the latest fitness trends. She is fuelled by peanut butter and three cups of coffee a day.
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