Editors’ picks: The missing pieces

Mia Steiber 28 August 2017

These are the pieces that are missing from your wardrobe.

The new season is nearly here and it's time to get your closet in order. Making the transition isn't hard. There are just a few key pieces that you can add to what you've already got in order to transform your wardrobe into a spring-season-ready collection.

Distressed blue jeans, contrast heels, an any-occasion bag, the perfect spring dress, a statement watch and a striped shirt are a few of the most popular items that we saw at Australian Fashion Week. And it's these pieces that can update your closet from winter to spring in no time.

Thankfully, THE ICONIC is having a sale, so most of these pieces are discounted – woohoo!

Scroll through to see our top picks for the items that are missing from your spring wardrobe, plus some of our favourite sales of the week.


The Horse The Original
THE ICONIC
Atmos&Here Mystic Wrap Dress
THE ICONIC

Ted Baker Jessica Small Leather Tote Bag
THE ICONIC
MNG Leinra Shirt
THE ICONIC

Miss Selfridge Mid Wash Embroidered Lizzie Jeans
THE ICONIC
Spurr Lunar Block Heels
THE ICONIC

Sales our editors are shopping this week

15% off 1000's of styles

Get 15% off 1000's of items at THE ICONIC during their sale. Selected styles and colours listed. Prices as marked. Subject to terms and conditions.

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