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.
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.
This is a one of a kind statement piece. These pants stand out in shape, color and print. The print is scattered and irregular. Even tho the model is a small, the pants are a medium since they are a little baggy on the model. There are pockets in front, and elastic waistband for comfort and a flair in the bottom.
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.
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!