Short Black and Gold Grid
Blue Button Dhaka
Black Caftan with Pom Pom
Red Pom Pom
White Bib Grid
It is HOT these days and adding a few more caftans into the summer mix feels minimal! They are effortless and chic. Slide one over a swimsuit or a slip to give you an easy day to evening look. These particular caftans are from Two and are made in New York. A favorite of mine. I am never disappointed with their modern take on the simple caftan. They are made from hand woven textiles and Saris from India. Caftans are the perfect solution to dressing light and perfect for a summer getaway. I will say that Two is on the expensive side, but buy one and your cost per wear will prove to be in your favor by the end of the summer.
images from Two
Hunting for beachy summer pieces? Don’t miss lemlem! This line screams summer! lemlem is a collection of pieces for women, men, and children created by supermodel Liya Kebede. She is giving back to her home country, Ethiopia. Traditional weavers who once faced a dying craft now have a way to keep it alive with the help of Liya’s company. All the clothing is made from locally sourced cotton and made in Africa. Liya continues to expand lemlem’s partnerships throughout Africa and grow the lemlem Foundation to improve the lives and well-being of the women of Africa. Women are the heart of Africa and lemlem is supporting them!
The clothes are simply beautiful. They are also effortless to wear. The story behind the label is inspiring. A company and a cause to follow. All pics are from lemlem. The lemlem Foundation’s mission is to support the women of Africa through promoting healthcare and economic opportunities. Learn more here: lemlem Foundation
An isostilo find that is kind on your wallet! Who doesn’t love a collaboration?! Tomas Maier x UNIQLO just launched so don’t miss out. Time to enjoy summer with some beach inspired pieces that will have you weekend ready. Here is everything you need besides the sunscreen and sun hat.
All pics from UNIQLO. You have to love shopping from the comforts of your own home. You just have to keep your fingers crossed that what you see online will impress you even more in person!