A straight skirt with curved hemline and elasticated waistband. Of course it looks wonderful with our other pink items – try the Dysie top in Cherry Blossom or the matching Frankie Tshirt with a Multi panelled jacket , but we like to push the boundaries with colour combos. It can also be teamed with navy, charcoal and white.
The Jane Pinafore has the same curved hemline as our Isabella top & Isabelle skirt. It has an A-line shape, patch pockets and raw edge detail along the neck and hemline. Pair with our Frankie Linen top to complete this on- trend look. There’s something youthful about a Pinafore without it looking too “mutton”
The Jane Pinafore has the same curved hemline as our Isabella top & Isabelle skirt. It has an A-line shape, patch pockets and raw edge detail along the neck and hemline. Pair with our Frankie Linen top to complete this on- trend look. There’s something youthful about a Pinafore without it looking too “mutton.”
There is incredible attention to detail in this design. From the teardrop back yoke, to gathered detail on the back that creates a little bit of extra movement around the bum; the ¾ sleeve length with a generous 10cm cuff provides the wearer the option to turn back and have an alternative sleeve length; gently curved hemline which is slightly longer at the back and finished with a generous self-facing hem. It’s a loose cut fit, however all the detail gives it shape so you are not in a tent! There is a high quality finish that is rarely seen these days.
A myriad of printed panels in pinks have created a lovechild somewhere between pretty and grunge. The combination of pink and charcoal colours gives a grown up approach to a pink floral jacket. Finished with raw edge details – it’s a piece you will treasure for years to come.
It can be worn with anything from pinks, to stone to white and greens. We were going to say it can be worn with everything except blue…but having said that it looks great with jeans as well. The lightweight linen makes for a perfect Summer solution when the breeze kicks in.
The deep ink navy has just the right amount of colour and depth to be universally useful and team with lots of colours already in your wardrobe.
I call this a “dead” colour meaning it acts as a backdrop or neutral for other colours – like a black or stone or charcoal. It doesn’t have enough cobalt blue colour to fight against other colours that you want to pair it with. It becomes a non-colour with a hint of blue but is a dark enough tone to be a very useful backdrop in a very sophisticated way.
It’s also what makes it versatile for both Summer and Winter outfits.
A delicate print of meandering leaves and tree silhouettes that create a monotone design.
The light to dark varying tones of the sometimes navy, sometimes green and sometimes charcoal make for a very versatile palet.
It will what colour it is each time you wear it – dependent on what you layer it with!
An off white back ground lets it transition from Autumn to Winter and it may well have an appearance next summer. So really no different from your favourite denim jacket – that many of us have owned for decades! It will give a lift to what can often be a drab winter.