Plenty of cool in this summer staple- a modern take on the classic denim bomber jacket of our youth.
The raw edge linen detailing keeps it casual for our casual lifestyle – and shows off the beauty of linen fabric giving it a same colour detailing – along with coconut buttons – and making it so versatile that it can be thrown on with any outfit – all the way through to summer nights.
So whether it’s for a lunch date with the girls or a barbie with friends – she has you covered. She will be living in my car for any emergency moment.
Sexy, cheeky and fun – all the way through to stylish, demure, and sophisticated is the versatility of this little wrap dress. The cute factor as a summer frock with a pair of flat sandals or sneakers is a given; But the surprising versatility when paired with long silk pants will surprise all. Our model created this combo and it was a winner – so for those that don’t love their legs – this is a solution.
The flared sleeve is great arm cover without being hot to wear, the curved hem on the wrap panel creates that vertical that we all know is flattering – along with the extended ties. The gentle high low hemline means you can bend over without any loss of dignity – enjoy this very limited edition.
It’s a green dream as we kick off spring / summer.
Fresh crisp green spring shoots come to mind with this delicious almost edible palette!
Here I go on about food again…?
The soft palette of pale pinks and greens in a delicate array of patches of hand drawn detail is a lift to any plain linen outfit of white, stone, camel, dusty pink or the 2 beautiful greens of the season – sage and leaf. Feminine but not fussy.
Elegant comes to mind for this wrap skirt – the long, almost maxi length gives space to have the right proportion for the drop waist gather below the hipline. The gentle curve on the wrap panel takes the eye along a desired vertical again with the sash tie hanging down.
The flat panel on the hip and tummy means you can have a top hang out without becoming a bubble of ruffle – or tuck in just a tiny bit at the wrap tie point to add to the verticals and avoid lots of blunt horizontal lines.