Wednesday, March 21, 2012

9 things you should get from TwentySevenNames' winter collection

TwentySevenNames has been a favorite local label of mine ever since they started (way back when they were called Love Lies Bleeding). Anjali and Rachel always produce collections that are cool, cute and that you really just want to wear - they've particularly got the dress market cornered. But their knitwear is awesome too. And every season their prints get better - just the right mix of weirdly cute and boyishly sensible.

You can't go past a good grey sweater. They literally go with everything. Everything. And TwentySevenNames do really fantastic pieces in their knitwear line "&Co". Just the right weight and shape. I'm pretty certain I pull this sweater for every shoot I do. It's that good. 

I'm all about checks at the moment, and these pants are a great example of a wearable check in a cool dark palette.

I like this sweatshirt. Especially since that Tumblr fueled pseudo-hippy thing has finally disappeared (I hope). In any case, this is more clean and preppy anti-war sentiment than anything else. Also a little bit 90's over that dress.

TwentySevenNames do the best Little White Dresses. So much fresher than a black version. This one is particularly cute. And not too short either.

This print is great - floral without being too sweet, and looks great worked back against the black jumper. The length is also nice and long. Katherine has this and it is awesome (dot com).

These caps are great. They also come in the navy floral print (I need to get that one). Caps are great for bad hair days and wet weather. Or anytime really.

A simple, high-necked grey cardigan is surprisingly hard to find. I always keep going back to this one of the best around at the moment.

Such a great stripe palette, with all the colours slightly muted. I love sleeved dresses - so wearable, especially as the weather gets cooler.

This shirt is sweet, and would be great with some boyish trousers and a good coat.
Image Source: TwentySevenNames

You can get TwentySevenNames in store at Made and Superette or,
online at Good As Gold, Maximillia and even ASOS.
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1 comment:

  1. Those trousers are to die for! I love the mix of femininity and casual comfort with this line.