No More Blue Mondays – The Navy Edit from kay me

For an extra chic look this autumn and winter, why not try navy blue – the alternative to black that’s just as easy to wear. Discover our top picks and get ready to join the navy

Solid colour dresses


(Cache-coeur dress in navy, Crystal V Neck dress)

The foundation of a wardrobe that works for every situation, our block colour dresses in navy are simple and stylish. Pair with classic pumps and a kay me jacket for the office, or a biker jacket and boots for a modern weekend style. We love the hand-placed crystals and exposed bronze back zip of our v neck dress, and it’s also available as a round neck too. Not sure how to tie your cache-coeur dress? Watch our video guide here!

Printed dresses


(Contemporary Kimono Ai-Michelle, Tweed print stretch dress in navy)

Our Contemporary Kimono series is the perfect way to add a flash of authentic Japanese kimono patterns to your style, and the delicate red and white floral design lends itself well to highlighting these colours. Add accessories in red and white for an effortlessly put-together outfit. New for autumn and winter 2016 is our revolutionary new tweed – stretchy, washable and so soft, our navy mix tweed dress also has pockets too!

Business suits


(Tailored jacket and side slit skirt, navy peplum jacket and skirt)

With business in mind, here at kay me we pride ourselves on creating from the ground up a range of suits made by and for busy women the world over, all handmade in Japan by our team of highly skilled artisan workers. Go traditional with our tailored jacket and side slit skirt, or shake things up with our wonderful new peplum jacket and matching skirt in a subtle leopard print jacquard.

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