Rickie Dee's top autumn picks from Superette International and how to wear them

Rickie Dee, Superette founder
Dee has given her favourite picks from the new Superette International range. Photo credit: Instagram.

Superette co-founder Rickie Dee knows a thing or two about fashion.

After launching the clothing business in 2002 with business partner James Rigden, Superette has grown from a single store to having five locations around New Zealand, with a homewares and children's range.

Now their new retail store Superette International will house handpicked established and undiscovered designers from across the globe, and offer a one-on-one styling service.

To celebrate the launch, Dee has picked her favourites from the range, and given a little styling advice for anyone feeling unsure how to work them.

1. Rough Studios Velvet Bandita

"I love the vintage feel of this bag and how it adds a pop of print to any outfit."

2. IRO Paris Jarodcla Jeans

"A style that can be dressed up or down, pair with a heel or a dressy sneaker. Providing a nice change to classic blue or black denim these are the perfect way to brighten any winter wardrobe."

Lee says these jeans are the perfect way to brighten up the wardrobe.
Lee says these jeans are the perfect way to brighten up the wardrobe. Photo credit: Superette.

3. Cami NYC: The Sweetheart Charmeuse       

"Cami NYC know how to make a cami! The cut is amazing and such an easy piece to wear under a leather jacket or blazer."

4. Reiko - Basel Color Blazer 

"A blazer can do no wrong worn over a cami or a linen tee it is the best way to complete an outfit. A true wardrobe staple."

This blazer is a "wardrobe staple" says Dee.
This blazer is a "wardrobe staple" says Dee. Photo credit: Superette.

5. Philippe Model -  Paris Sneaker 

"I love a dressed up sneaker especially when it has a metallic touch. These are great with a leather pant, maxi skirt or of course, denim!"

Superette International will be the retailer's sixth New Zealand store. It opens Thursday April 4, at 8 Kent Street in Newmarket.