As the brains behind one of Australia’s most successful loungewear labels, Jasmine and Will, it’s safe to say Jasmine Edwards knows luxury. Years on from the brand’s initial release, the coveted sleepwear label hasn’t faltered in its ability to provide beautifully-made pieces that expertly blend the worlds of comfort and style, all presented up in their signature luxe finishings. Whether its a set of printed silk (which conveniently double as a chic night out ensemble), a pair of classic cotton pants or a personalised gown, Jasmine & Will is sure to not only to give you your best night’s rest, but most stylish too.
Peeking into Edwards’ Black Book, we take a look at some of her favourite pieces right now — including a luxe baby carrier ready for the arrival of a baby girl this winter, a ride-or-die mascara that she’ll never stray from, and the effortless workwear pieces that provide sophisticated ease. “This season I'm most looking forward to wearing my Artipoppe Baby Carrier – I have a baby girl due in winter.”
...Pregnant friendly, can exercise in, can take meetings in, can-meet husband after work for dinner in combinations which generally start with a trustworthy black legging, tank or oversized button down, trench and chunky sandals.”
“I’m one for an edited wardrobe of contemporary classics. That said, I never like to be too boring – I throw in the occasional surprise element.”
“Right now, the pieces I'm loving from Jasmine & Will include; the white linen Reims Set — it’s our fool proof pregnancy set and ridiculously comfortable; he Remi sleep shirt — my old faithful that I’ve been wearing for 5 years; and the Eze Set in blue and black stripe—because I can’t pass up an oversized menswear inspired PJ.”
“A day in my skincare routine always includes Rationale cleanser, serum and moisturiser. Morning and Night.”
Dior Sakura when I’m feeling feminine and Dominique Ropion Carnal Flower when I’m feeling more adventurous (often!).” “I love to dress my table with bamboo cutlery, crisp linen napkins and vintage crystal candlestick holders I found at a flea market in NYC.”
...amongst all of the furniture and furnishings I selected with my husband after we were married — they just feel like home.”