wearing : fabrik
this is a sponsored post / photos by Luisa Brimble
In the past few months I’ve been creating a simple and functional wardrobe; I’m aiming for minimal and beautiful. It’s definitely a time consuming process that requires patience, objectivity and a certain amount of ruthlessness. As I sorted out the last decade of clothes I kept coming back to the idea of purpose and colour and the ability to mix and match. It didn’t take me long to realise that I have a lot of stunning feature pieces and not nearly enough basics. A revelation! Whenever I buy something for myself I’m drawn to beauty, not necessarily practicality; hence my abundance of clothes that can’t be worn together unless I’m going for a look akin to Rainbow Bright.
Enter the neutral colour palette and well-made, well-cut basics. Fabrik has just launched the military pant (comfy enough to wear while lazing about at home, but stylish enough to wear out) and a range of bamboo tees that feature a beautiful round neck and slightly lower hem at the back. The tees are also ideal for tucking into high-waisted skirts as the fabric is soft and light and doesn’t bunch.
Fabrik is offering you 25% off the entire collection till Monday night. Just enter the code practisingsimplicity at checkout.
I’m wearing: military pant in liquorice / shell tee in white / cecile grey linen scarf by fawn and fox / brushed rose watch by the horse / oxford shoe in tan.
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