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  • Confetti Mia Wrap Top
    Cloudy Apple Patcee Patio Maxi Dress

    Confetti Mia Wrap Top


    Confetti print, sophisticated femininity.

    First impressions are an autumnal palette in a soft, floaty dress. A scattered patchwork combining ochre, soft khaki and creamy white. Upon close inspection the different tones of these 3, happy together, colours are generated by the patterns making them varying intensities of the same colour. All 3 colours play at being the foreground and background. A really clever design.

    The combination of repetitive flower petals and leaves morphing into mini organic painterly dots, in the 3 colours, means the limited palette hangs perfectly together whilst also being far more “interesting” than solid colours, and at the same time reinforcing the autumn feel theme.

    There is a freshness and lightness, thanks to the inclusion of the creamy white, whilst offering up an autumnal palette.

  • Gold Dust Mia Wrap Top


    Liquid Gold – is the only way to describe this stunning colour.

    Whether you are wearing it as a starting point to layering your outfit or the “finishing touch” for your outfit – it is a sublime soft gold.

    If you are concerned it’s not ‘your colour ‘– you can easily sort that out by keeping another colour up near your face.

    If you are after a formal evening look, grab a black layer, a similar tonal jewel colour such as ruby reds or an assortment of other pale stone/gold.

    The light refraction, due to the sheen of the satin, makes this a colour that has multiple colours on its own, so if it’s a sophisticated look you’re after then simplicity is the key.

  • Ochre Mia Wrap Top
    Khaki Kayla Wrap Skirt

    Ochre Mia Wrap Top


    It’s hard to do justice when describing the lustre of satin in ochre – maybe, a cross between burnished gold and a delicious, juicy clementine orange. It’s also surprisingly flattering; as a flat orange doesn’t suit all skin types and colourings. Somehow the lustre of the satin, with all its tones as it refracts light from every direction, makes it look exotic and it seems like it must be made up of lots of colours, all mixed together to produce this wondrous, lustrous golden ochre.

    It really will pair with just about all colours – except yellow – but it will always be the standout hero!