The Eve of Destruction set is the perfect Autumn ensemble. The goldish shirt utilizes the glove layer to lengthen the sleeves over the hands while the sleeves of the cropped pig-leather jacket finish at the elbow. The grey pencil skirt is shot with fine gold lines and finishes at the knee to reveal heavy denier tights.
Cup Day is my nod to the upcoming Melbourne Cup Carnival, in Australia the first Tuesday in November means the horse-racing event of the year... and of course with horse-racing comes fashion. This set is very equestrian influenced and includes a silky knee-length skirt with a dressage-inspired bow at the back, a goldish-grey blouse with tiny pearl buttons and black riding gloves with gold zippers.
On a suggestion from Saeya Nyanda I'm also releasing the Cup Day riding gloves in several colours as separates (or a discounted fatpack). All six colours are fit snuggly with a gold zipper.
This skirt gets its name from the language of the Arrernte people, indigenous to central Australia. Merne Awele-Awele is the name for the bush-tucker known as the Bush Tomato in English. I love Bush Tomato chutney and the dusty red, yellow and green of this crinkled knee-length skirt were making me hungry. The waist-band of the skirt is decorated with two red buttons.