A sophisticated monochromatic palette that transitions from day to night and summer to winter. Its very colourlessness is its appeal. The designer’s favourite print (if anyone cares?)- with a firm belief that black and white is very harsh on older skin – she believes that stone and charcoal are the next step in wardrobe for the mature woman.
Stone is such a universal colour – looks good on pretty much everyone and it sits/teams with just about every colour – but maybe not yellow.
It’s the ultimate neutral and looks particularly sophisticated teamed with charcoal. The print has small rosebuds cascading down the garment culminating in a delicate border print, of a cluster of roses in 3 tones of greys.