Womenswear: What to wear this January
3 January outfits: Rusty to grungy
Words— Ben Kriz
While we've heard a lot about self-care over the past few years, in 2019 it's become even more apparent that what's good for us is good for the planet, and what's bad for the planet is bad for us. Makes sense doesn't it? That's why our latest collection heavily features recycled polyester, organic cotton, and carbon-efficient TENCEL® fabrics. Here’s how to look good while you treat the earth good.
If that new Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus joint was an outfit, this might just be it. A quick shot of rock n’ roll energy mixed with a tinge of country-fried style. Go full rock with the full set or pull it back a touch with your best classic piece of neutral denim and a chill tee (don’t forget the cute boots).
Channel your inner Courtney Love or Winona Rider from Reality Bites in a dress that evokes the early-90s with a moody dark floral pattern, contrasted with a timeless fit and flare silhouette, and recycled materials appropriate for 2019. It’s a look that’s easy-going and retro-y while decidedly modern. Doc Martens, cigarettes, and red lipstick not included.
Everyday blouses with everything
A simple blouse is just a simple blouse, except that it’s not. It’s all about the fit and the fabric—and to be honest—we’ve got that completely on lock for you. Our everyday blouse has been designed with a relaxed, boxy fit and features Lenzing TENCEL™, a fibre that uses wood from sustainable eucalyptus plantations as its raw material. It’s a zero-waste process that uses far less water than regular cotton (it’s also compostable and biodegradable). Pick a few up in different colours and it will work for you with everything from workwear to a relaxed denim fit (as seen above).