CW Shops: On the Basis of Sex style
New release On The Basis of Sex focuses on the early career of Supreme Court Justice (and style icon) Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and we are here for the Seventies styling
Bailey Nelson Shirley Glasses, £125
The right pair of frames can flatter your features, frame your face and even completely change your look. Plus they provide an extra opportunity to accessorize - who wouldn't want that?
Gucci Macramé Lace-Trimmed Cotton Blouse, £1,333
The Supreme Court Justice is known for the elaborate white collars she wears over her black judicial robes, but that's pretty niche workplace attire. Instead channel her in spirit with this beautifully-worked blouse.
Whistles Chancery Loafers, £169
Brown is one of the key colours of the season, ideally worn head to toe – put your best foot forward towards tonal dressing with these practical and stylishly mannish loafers which will look great with jeans and tailored trousers.
Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick in Pillow Talk, £24
The make-up look in the Seventies was all about keeping things natural, but if you're not #wokeuplikethis confident, fake it with a soft pinkish brown. This matte lipstick from Charlotte Tilbury is near universally flattering.
Diane von Furstenburg Wrap Dress, £450
The ultimate in female empowerment when it launched in the Seventies, it's still hard to top a Diane von Furstenburg wrap dress for ease, especially if you travel for business.
Bobbi Brown Nude Finish Tinted Moisturiser SPF15, £32
As the weather turns warmer, wearing heavy layers can feel suffocating and that applies to make-up too. Switch your full coverage foundation for this brilliant tinted moisturiser which will allow for a gentle blurring of blemishes rather than a completely blank canvas.
Jigsaw Resin Hair Clip, £25
Hair clips are big news this season. From utilitarian barettes to romantic bows via bling and beading, you can now wear your chosen look from head to toe.
Lizzie Fortunato Landmark Gold-Tone Necklace, £316
Chunky, arty and just a little bit eclectic, the multiple hues in this beaded necklace means it will work with just about anything, making it one of the most hardworking pieces in your jewellery box.
Burberry Archive Scarf Print Silk Skinny Scarf, £120
Loop a retro print silk scarf around your neck, your handbag strap or your ponytail. Wherever you wear it, just be sure to tie it in a big bow, the world needs a bit more prettiness at the moment.
Arket Buttoned Wool Jumper, £79
Chunky, but not too chunky. Cropped, but not too cropped. Could this be the perfect knit? And in a pleasingly retro shade to boot. Thus will look great with wide-leg dark denim jeans.
COS Barrel Leg Jeans, £69
Whether marching for equal rights or mooching around the shops, the soft colour and cropped length of these heavyweight, cotton denim trousers makes them the perfect way to step into spring.
Simone Rocha Faux Pearl Earrings, £185
Not your grandmother's pearl earrings: this pair from London-based Simone Rocha is a little bit prim, a little bit punk and will go with almost everything.
Prada Roll Neck, £695
Channel the Seventies by way of the Nineties in this Prada roll neck that riffs on the brand's 'ugly prints' of that era. Lightweight and loose, it'll look great teamed with tonal shades of brown, camel and beige.
Rejina Pyo Notch Lapel Trench Coat, £715
A trench coat is a spring must have when you have the London weather to contend with. This feminine take on the outerwear classic will look good whether it's protecting your workwear or weekend wardrobe from those pesky April showers.