I found this Charcoal Cloud Askew T-Shirt from Odeur whilst flicking through Thousand Piece Puzzle yesterday and couldn’t help but fall in love with it. Made from 100% fine cotton and featuring a “slightly unbalanced” front & back cut, I’d definitely deem it a necessity!
I’ve never been a fan of tie-dye but after seeing this I may be a changed man. I
want need one!
T-Shirt, £70.00, from Odeur
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“Driven by artistic perfectionism, Jolet has emerged as a promising Australian designer label with a distinctive and stripped-back aesthetic that is unassumingly directional, yet accessible.”
I’m a big fan of asymmetric design and this Black Hybrid Asymmetrical Top from Australian womenswear brand Jolet‘s Spring/Summer 2013 collection really hit a soft spot of mine. Made from silk and linen the top features a black, sleeveless bodice, an asymmetrical hem and an exposed gold centre back zip. I’m not normally a fan of exposed zips but on this piece it seems to really work, adding a hint of detail to the piece. The top is also fully lined, meaning that it’s most probably incredibly comfortable. Unique and comfortable, two words you’d never expect to see in the same sentence!
Top, £165.00, from Jolet
You can purchase the full collection through Thousand Piece Puzzle.
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Browsing through Thousand Piece Puzzle earlier today I discovered this Brick Basic Tank from New Zealand based brand Commoners and, despite its simplicity, I fell in love with it almost instantaneously. Paired with some black jeans or casual shorts and a lightweight denim jacket, I think it’d look great. Simple but necessary!
Tank, £30.00, from Commoners
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