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The end of 2016 is fast approaching and that can only mean one thing... P A R T Y season is upon us! As the excitement (stress) of Christmas draws ever closer we have decided to make your "What will I wear?" conundrum that much easier... 

Dare to bare? Our seductive selection of backless pieces will turn a crowd of heads your way... Say goodbye to this year in style. 


The Jumpsuit:

A 70s style wide leg is brought into modern day with a classically shaped pleated top. The cross over tied back is the focal point of this statement piece with soft-touch twill fabric that delicately drapes through the leg.


The Dress


The LBD with a difference. The halter dress has sleeveless; cut-in shoulders tied up with satin tassels. Pleated chiffon falls over the body in a light and feminine way creating a timeless approach to elegant dressing. A scooped low back adds a sensual touch to a classic design


The Top

Boxy in shape with a wide V and frayed edges. Open back blouse that ties together with a black satin ribbon. This modern monochrome piece is chic, sophisticated and versatile. 


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Whatever the weather

Whatever the weather

 T is for Transitional

Whether its summer or winter (or England where it manages to be both at the same time) the only way to dress now is by blurring your seasons. Think versatile cashmere Tanks & Midi’s that you can layer, dress up or dress down. A Fleece Tunic Dress that balances a bare leg on a cold day or Merino Wool Polo Neck Jumpers that go perfectly under pinafore dresses on those not so sunny days.

Think sophisticated comfort with classically designed pieces that cater for any occasion. They can take you from work to play, from night to day.



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