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Not only did I receive the above dress with a knock at the door, but the lovely FedEx man aso delivered this super soft, snuggly Draw in Light red sweater (£243).
Now red isn’t a colour I normally go for but I quite like it against the darkness of my locks. I chose to style this with Lee Stretch Deluxe Jeans (available at Selfridges), as well as my old faithful French Connection boots. I like to show a bit of ankle with a slight turn up.
This sweater is amazing for many reasons. The fabric is beautifully soft, it’s over-sized (extra comfort), the sleeves are mega long, which look ace scrunched up at the wrist and there are small hand-drawn/silk screen printed symbols dotted sporadically on it. It really is rather unique and now it’s my go-to sweater when I leave the house. Evenings in Bondi can get a little chilly.
I shall definitely be checking out what they have to offer for the season ahead. I’ve kind of fallen a little bit in love with the brand…
Young British Designers (YBD) represent many… talented, creative British designers. Take a little look here at the variety, it’s important to support the talent that is home grown within Great Britain and nurture this. It’s a great platform for which these creatives can make their mark in the industry. I predict great things for Draw in Light and I can’t wait to see what happens for them, and the other labels next…