You might have noticed we have a bit of a new look to our website. We've been busy working away on adding a selection of the seasonal pieces from our collections to our online store, as well as the basics that we've grown to love and feel you couldn't be without in your wardrobe at any time of the year.
In doing so, we have had the opportunity to work with photographers Connor Young and Nick Link, to compose a lookbook for our re-launch. Inside of a greenhouse somewhere, we transported ourselves to a tropical garden as the backdrop for subtley mixed white and lacey fabrics, a spectrum of blue tank tops, light colored bottoms, and a statement making maxi dress. Creating looks from eleven different pieces and our in-store jewellery table, we put forward a sense of summertime and switching things up.
View our entire Lookbook, or just browse the notes on our favorites below and some blog only looks.
The Kendall Dress is easily our most summery sundress. It's white, lacey and empire-waisted, making it simple enough for a morning run over to the Farmer's Market and an afternoon in the park or just detailed enough to go to a backyard party. We'd wear it on it's own, with our Classic Blue Jean Jacket and a minimally printed scarf, or a brightly colored open cardigan (especially in this Safari style and green color).
The Lizzy Top is it's tank top version. With a sewn in waistband this top can be worn to road trip or travel by bike in with a braided loop around vegan leather belt and a pair of patterned denim Tess Shorts, while a feminine bright blue bow belt and High Waisted Pearl Grey Ankle Length Jeans make this look a little more jet setting. With the same Safari cardigan as our dress, wearing white on almost white is not just July weather only (or as daunting!), even without a belt. Other bottoms we can see styling this with are our High Rise Indigo Rinse Zipper Ankle Jeans.
A blue tank top to pair with lightly colored bottoms is one of those things we knew was missing from our closet but we couldn't quite put our finger on what it was. It's a classic look, but not quite. With one of our summer scarves, handmade in Guatemala, the Bo Top and the Stripe Valley Tank give two variations to what is essentially the same look. Both are styled with a pair of our Tess Shorts, the dressy-casual mixing of the linen fabric and braided belt of the first look and the casual stripes and sophisticated neutral bow belt in the second look, give these two outfits the same completed feel without being too pulled together. For those who prefer a longer style of shirt, the Dassia Top is A-line with a braided neckline leading into a flattering racer back. With our High Waisted Pearl Grey Ankle Length Jeans and a beaded necklace in the same navy hue as the shirt, we'd just add a blazer to make this outfit uncomplicated and professional.