Fabric focus ... on tactile textures

As the nights drawn in, and you head out to party.  Look no further for a little wardrobe inspiration from some tactile fabrics this season.  Velvet and velour are ever popular at this time of year  Velvet is a woven fabric, whereas velour is a knit fabric with the cut pile and has stretch.

Velour is a plush, knitted fabric and has a textile similar to velvet or velveteen. It is usually made from cotton, but can also be made from synthetic materials such as polyester. Velour is used in a wide variety of applications.

Here's our current top 3 pieces in-store -

 

Firstly the Thalia top

 

In a rich teal colour, this top works great with evening trousers or simply black jeans.

Then there's the Perlina dress

 

Fab shape and the ruching detail on front will detract from the odd mince pie!  So fab we only have one left in stock already.

 

Finally we have the Thalia kimono jacket

In classic black,  perfect cover up with a sleeveless dress or team with a cami top and black trousers.

 

We hoped you enjoyed reading - see you next week