A tablier is the french word for apron and I chose this name because this dress is as easy as wearing an apron. Just pop it on over your comfy home wear. As with an apron you will wear something underneath this dress. Maybe a white blouse? A t-shirt or a turtle neck? In any case this dress and its loose, wild shape give so many options and variations. Dress it up? Dress it down? This dress can be super outspoken while wearing lounge wear underneath.
The BOXIE t-shirt has become a classic in my collections. This edition has a cute black and white collar and is hand painted with three colors. I painted it with different utensils and this gives it a cheery vibe. This shirt is made of organic cotton and you can wash it in the machine on 30C.
The fabric on this version of the jacket is a scuba that almost feels like a denim. It gives the jacket a real chique feeling and really emphasizes the shape of the design. I wanted to make a variation to the popular bomber jacket. One of the things I don’t like about classic bomber jackets is that the tight in on the bottom. I feel it always make you a little muffin top. So.. I designed my own variation with a a-line silhouette. It’s almost a little cape that you can just trow on. There is still the reference to the practicality of the bomber. The silver zipper is almost a piece of jewelry. The jacket is fully lined with a light colored lining.
Such a soft and special woolen fabric lends it’s charm to this jacket. I felt like it needed a little more so I hand painted it with silver ink. The jacket is based on a typical “hipster jacket”: over-sized shoulder, a-line, casual looking and cool. In this fabric it also feels a little classy a la Jacky-O. The buttons almost act like a piece of jewelry. This jacket has no lining, so you can wear it as a blazer.
This is my take on a feminine blouse that has all the bells and whistles. I love the details in the coup and the ruffles in the sleeves. This is a one of a kind edition. The fabric is so rich and special, it combines metal with wool and has such an interns color. Those buttons just instantly finish off the richness of the fabric. So does the bias band in light blue finishing the piece all around. Wear this piece as a dress, as a shirt or a blazer. Oehlalaaa!
Superduper comfy trow over dress. Is this a word? Its a dress designed to wear over another. Or to wear over a pair of trousers. The side slits give it a lot of range in motion and the top lining is super soft. If you get cold easily but don’t want to wear an obvious choice this piece is the one for you. Wear it over a woolen turtle neck, a t-shirt or a dress. Plus it’s the perfect cover-up for when you’re working from home and want to change your lounge-wear into an outfit.
Nice, warm, comfy and chique! I tried to combine all the elements of your favorite winter sweater into one design. There is a surprise in the back, the fabric folds over each other and almost resembles and old fashion armor. The fabric is mega warm, its a boiled wool with intentional pill effect. Let those snowy days come! The INNIE is finished with a black bias and of course it makes a great combo with MINNIE skirt!
The design for this sweater derives from the idea of movement. The armholes are exaggerated and give a kind of “poofie” effect because of the narrow wrist. The front and back panel have a little “swush” outside in the waste which adds to the idea of dance and femininity. Warning! This sweater is so soft it might become your favorite winter piece.
This blouse is inspired by the freedom an over sized menswear blouse can offer. You can wear it as a dress, or coat or blouse! In any case you have a sense of coolness wearing this style. Just like my friend LARA. The pockets are lined with a light color cotton and the finishing is with black bias. I got super excited when I found the matching buttons to compliment the rich color of this cotton shirt. Available in one size, or if you want a custom made one just send me a message with your measurements.
I really wanted to design a long dress for quite some time, but I always wondered how long it should be and how the proportions of the waste would be in regard to the rest of the body. Channeling my best friend STEPH for this dress I think I got it right with combining formality and playfulness in this design. There is a nod to the waste, the length is not full length (which makes it less formal) and the sleeves have plenty of room for movement. A dress to dance around in or just to keep you feeling pretty all the time.