LACK OF COLOR
Love this classic luxe fedora from Lack of Color. The Fader is an easy and accessible staple piece.
Featuring a tall crown design in soft structured wool in flecked white-ivory with a sewn edge and finished with premium gold stud detail and genuine leather band.
Réalisation is a clothing label by Alexandra Spencer & Teale Talbot. Réalisation makes the anytime, anywhere, throw-it-in-your-bag, go-to dresses, skirts and tops. Each piece is 100% silk and each print is 100% original.
Love The Naomi skirt.
The Story:When you feel like slipping out of your Réal dress and into your favourite sweater or tee… You now have the Naomi to turn to: The easy 90’s slip skirt that has a wild side.
An anagram for army, Myar reuses vintage military clothing to create distinctive pieces such as this khaki-green boiler suit. It’s made to a relaxed fit from a cotton blend and embroidered with the label’s signature logo and US Army patches. Note how the fluorescent trim that runs down the sides of the sleeves and legs add a hint of vivid colour.
“I had my first Pfaff sewing machine when I was 20 years old. I loved her sound when I stitched fabrics together. One night I was driven by a desire, that made me go through my vintage army tees, cut them and start stitching. The idea of the name MYAR has always been in my head. And now here we are”.
White cotton poplin shirt – H&M. Shirt in airy cotton poplin with a crisp feel. Turn-down collar, classic front, a yoke with a pleat at the back, long sleeves with double cuffs, and a rounded hem. Find it here
Love this oversized, v-neck wool-blend jumper from H&M, you can find it here.