Jerri wears the Faye Top in Brown Check
We've been let out and we want new outfits! Many of us repeated looks through out lock down, for comfort, ease and our less complicated lives. Now it's time to accept our new covid normal bodies (maybe) and safely, socialise again.
Channel your 90s heroines: Hope Sandoval? Destiny's Child? Claire Danes? Winona Ryder? The Faye Top is your ultimate 90s inspired halter vest top. Business by day and party at night. Layer it over a Merino Tee or a Classic Shirt for work. Strip it back for night time and add some shimmer, like with some Nars Bronzing Powder.
The fabric is an incredibly light 98% Wool with 2% PU from Lanificio Subalpino, a family run fabric mill in Italy. The colour is a light cream base with small checks of chocolate brown and a hint of caramel. The Faye Top is bias cut so drapes to fit and moves with you body.
Jerri wears the Suit Trousers in Brown Check
The Suit Trouser is one of our popular shapes that is always available in Black in our Permanent Collection. These trousers are a medium to high rise with angled front pockets, back jet pockets and an easy, slouchy straight leg. Such an adaptable style that can go from casual to sassy with a swift change. Wear this checked version with our Pia asymmetric tank, our Merino Rib Funnel Neck Skivvy in Espresso, our Classic Shirt in White. Of course, it's a very cute suit with the matching Faye Top.
Contemporary Indigenous Fashion at Bendigo Art Gallery
Piinpi: Contemporary Indigenous Fashion Exhibition brings together a selection of garments and textiles by First Nations designers and artists from around Australia. Piinpi, an Indigenous word commonly used across regions of East Coast Cape York Peninsula and refers to Indigenous ‘seasonal changes’ and the regeneration of Country.
The Piinpi exhibition is the first major survey of contemporary Indigenous Australian fashion to be shown in Australia, highlighting a growing industry which is set to become a major fashion movement. Take a drive to the wonderful Bendigo Art Gallery where you can see this free exhibition until the 17th of January, 2021. For more details, visit the gallery website here.
Stay well from all of us at Arnsdorf X