The long wait for a long skirt is over. I designed this skirt bearing in mind that is easy to move in, but still has a sleek design. The slit in the back makes adds to this idea. The fabric is painted with a big brush of silver ink. The irregularities add to the appeal and makes each item unique.
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.
One of a kind edition of LITTLE SHORTY. The fabric is paper like. Very light and washable in the machine. The print in red corresponds with the inside red bias band to finish the hem. Easy to wear with the elastic waste band. Only available is medium. But this model is often made in fabrics that are more plain.
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 brush strokes on this dress make it unique. Because of the times we live in I can not go screen printing, so hand painting is the new trend! I combined three different colors and made a scattered pattern on the organic jersey cotton. You can wear it as is, or with a belt. It’s super comfy yet unique! Wash on 30C in the machine, the colors will remain.