Sézane Spring Knitwear Outfit

If you’ve been following my blog for awhile you know I’m a fan of Sézane! Partnering with them over the past year has been a dream come true! Every month I pick out a few of my favorite pieces to style and when I saw this cute cotton knit in this interesting golden/green shade I knew I wanted to try it out! So without further adieu, here’s a Sézane spring knitwear outfit!

Sézane Spring Knitwear Outfit

Spring Knitwear Outfit ft. Sezane

I’m actually wearing Sézane (almost) head to toe! Since it was a little chilly out I paired the Sézane Vicki Jumper with the Will Jacket and Francky Trousers. The loafers are from Everlane and are actually REALLY comfortable. The leather is super soft and flexible.

Sezane Vicki Knit Jumper. Spring Knitwear

Ok…back to the spring knit that I’m wearing! I was drawn to it because of the color. I’m a sucker for weird green shades. It’s hard to describe this color – the website says “Golden” but I think it has some puke green in there…haha. In these photos it looks more mustard but in real life it looks goldish/greenish/brownish. Anyway, it’s a weird color and I’m here for it. BUT if you aren’t into this color, the knit also comes in cream!

Sezane Vicki Jumper with Francky Trousers

I also loved the “fancy” crochet knit design, slightly puffed sleeves, and scalloped detail on the sleeve and bottom of the top. It’s actually really cute untucked and I should have taken a photo of it. I just realized that none of the models on Sézane’s site have it untucked. So you’ll just have to trust me that this top looks cute untucked! I actually prefer to wear it that way because it is a slightly cropped/boxy top so it looks great untucked with a pair of high waisted jeans.

Short Sleeve Cotton Sweater with light tan trousers

That’s all I have to say about this Sézane Spring Knitwear Outfit! As always, if you have any questions about Sézane pieces just let me know! I’m kind of an expert at this point!

Outfit Details:

Sézane Knit c/o || Sézane Trousers || Sézane Jacket || Everlane Loafers

Don’t forget to check out my Sézane Spring Try-On post for more classic French styles!

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  1. Hi Jean! I’m a new follower of your blog and I really enjoy your content! I wanted to ask you about the Vicki jumper. I’m eyeing the one in the Ecru (cream) color, however I’m very petite (less than 5′ tall) so I don’t know if the bulky fabric and puffy sleeves may overwhelm my frame. What do you think of the fabric? Considering that it’s made in China and not organic cotton (according to Sezane website), what’s the weight like, and do you feel it’s made of quality to the touch?
    Thanks so so much! HOpe to hear from you!

    1. Hi! Thanks so much for following along 🙂 The fabric does have some weight to it – similar to a light crochet blanket I think. It seems like a pretty sturdy fabric – I haven’t washed it yet though so I’m not sure how it holds up over time. I do hand wash/line dry all of my Sézane pieces though so I think that helps them to last a long time. It’s a boxy fit and slightly cropped (at least on me – I’m 5’8″) so if that style doesn’t work for you it’s probably not a good fit. I wouldn’t size up in this top – I took my usual size (small). I hope that helps!

    1. Hi! I wouldn’t size up because it’s a boxy fit (unless maybe you have a larger chest?). I took my usual size small and I think it fits perfectly! It’s definitely not tight on me. I hope that helps!