Set For Summer
A pretty pastel palette has us screaming out for a tequila sunrise at sunset this Summer!
Yellow and lavender silks, sky blue swimsuits and bright whites are key trends for the season.
You will notice the return of the puffy balloon sleeve, ruffles and lace making us feel feminine and fabulous. Asymmetric design is a feature and a statement – wear the trend in swimsuits, dresses, skirts and jumpsuits. In fact, combine the asymmetrical and pastel and you’ve got yourself an A-plus in Summer dressing know-how. Vegan accessories continue to dominate the popularity stakes with high end designer labels seeking out alternative fabrics and practices to embrace the swing towards ethical fashion.
For the gents we are seeing print and stripes and tropical delights. Vertical stripes, checks and florals in a short sleeve shirt ticks all the boxes.
Colour me happy – Summer looks bright!
(Above) Kai wears Grafton long sleeved check shirt by Jeans West, Dusty Grape short by Boom Shankar, Ecco shoes from Feet First Noosa, Jewellery by Leisa Gunton of Booloumba Arts available from Cooroy Butter Factory Artisan Store. Jill wears Pablo shirt and Aiden pant by Before Anyone Else, Antique jewellery from Isabellas.
Inspired by the sea and summer holidays in tropical locations – shell out for a puka necklace or choker this season – it’s all about shell and raffia accessories right now!
Jewellery and bag by Adrienne Reid; Parallels shirt dress and Infinity one piece by Jets Swimwear; Sundreamer slides by Holster
Pretty pastels are perfectly teamed with flowing silks, ruffles and all thing super feminine – the wide brim straw hat and bag are a match made in heaven with this look.
Flirt With Me Maxi by Etcetera Woman, Kyra by Wildfire beige wedges from Spendless Shoes, pearls from Isabellas, Harvey Amber hat by Will & Bear, straw bag and shell keyring by Stitch Piece Loop, paper flowers supplied by Paper Flowers Australia
Asymmetrical design is a feature and statement – wear the trend in swimsuits, dresses, skirts and jumpsuits.
Rumours seamless reversible one shoulder bikini by ELKA Swim Jewellery by Adrienne Reid.
Prints, Stripes and tropical delights – statement short sleeve shirts are the lads leading trend for Summer.
Caedman Johnson handcrafted jewellery; Jeans West Mo shirt and slim tapered jeans in Tobacco.
Inspired by the beauty of our region, handcrafted with love, local artisan creations are your key to stand-out style.
Handcrafted jewellery inspired by the Glasshouse Mountains by Myra Goes To Florence; Cara jumpsuit by Before Anyone Else.
Busy Ethnic floral print for men and women is another Summer nod to nature and takes us on a worldy fashion journey.
Kai wear Calloway Fawn hat by Will and Bear; Java Tshirt by Boom Shankar; Slim tapered pants in Tobacco by Jeans West; Bracelet by Caedman Johnson, Necklace by Beryl Purvis available at Cooroy Butter Factory Artisan Store. Jill wears Harvey Amber hat by Will and Bear; Farah top and Java short by Boom Shankar; Earring by Sparrow and The Bear; Antique bracelet by Isabellas.
Pop art motifs and print add a playful touch to the seasons style – add a super wide brim hat to every outfit this Summer.
Elk Sentosa print jumpsuit from Stitch Piece Loop, resin bangles and necklace by Bonney Beads at Butter Factory Arts Centre, Frankie 4 Maria rose gold slide from Feet First Noosa, straw hat from Live Life Pharmacy Noosa Heads.
All aboard for navy and nautical footwear for Summer – bold blue gets a big tick heading into the new year.
Kai wears Sperry Striper Nautical sneaker from Feet First Noosa, Jeans West Morris short and Cotton on V neck t-shirt from Noosa Civic, hipster cross body bag by Eco Luxe Australia. Jill wears Follow Your Dreams dress b Czarina, Frankie 4 Alyce wedge from Feet First Noosa, pearl earrings from Isabellas.
Creative Director: Carlie Wacker @worldofwacker
Hair: Lexi @surrenderdorothyhairsalon
Makeup: Ange @photo_finish_makeup
Models: Jill Wright @iamjillwright Kai Lebens @tizkai
Photography: Paul Smith @paulsmithimages
Location: Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre