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Remedy - new layering tops in new fabrications.

Written by Sarah Garrett-Hodoniczky

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Posted on March 22 2019

As REMEDY is a collection for the Autumn season going into winter, layering is needed. This collection has a couple of new fabrics on offer, both cotton but very different to each other. 
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First of all, the ultimate tees (pictured above). I found this totally amazing luxe cotton jersey fabric, a Japanese made mercerised cotton. This fabric feels like a gutsy silk jersey, it has a sheen and I still can't believe that it's actually cotton!
I had a few people request a boat neckline so that is what we have, available as a short sleeve and 3/4 sleeve. It's a simple style that can be worn on it's own because it's not sheer or layered under other tops, vests or jackets. Only available in simple black and white, they will become a great wardrobe essential and match everything.
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The other cotton fabric is a textured gauze rib fabric that we have in two colours, black and and off white colour we call alabaster. This fabric was perfect to make in a simple raglan sleeved high neck top with sleeves that have some extra length to bunch up at your wrists or pull down over your hands. We used to make many tops with these long sleeves years ago and many customers have asked if we would make some more. I think this winter is that season and the Antidote top has them. Don't worry if you have shorter arms and think this style won't work for you, the stretch and texture in the rib fabric makes it sit perfectly if you bunch the excess at your wrist. 

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As this cotton gauze rib fabric has so much stretch and return I made a limited run or the Honeysuckle shrug that can be worn a couple of ways. This shrug/top is a great layering piece and comes in 3 sizes, pictured above.

It looks perfect layered over any top or dress, sleeved or sleeveless. 

I am sure you will be able to find the perfect layering pieces within this collection as we also have our stock of Australian made bamboo jersey basics as well. Knit fabric tops are super comfy to wear as they stretch with your body. 

Remember you can email us if you have any questions,

Cheers

Sarah

 

 

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