Who doesn’t like to wear a MINNIE skirt? I have been wanting to do a proper mini skirt for a long time and now is finally the moment. It has a fun attitude with the side panels flaring out. The dark black woolen fabric makes it chic and yet you can wear it fancy or cool. If you combine this piece with the matching INNIE sweater in the same fabric you get a INNIEMINIE outfit.
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.
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!
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.