Liberty prints are recognised world-wide along with their quality. If you haven’t yet tried Tana Lawn fabrics you are missing a treat. Tana Lawns cottons are very soft and lightweight while still staple and crease resisting. No chemicals either. I’m generally not a fan of little romantic designs but I loved this “modern” print at first sight.
Fabric: ‘Love Leaf C’ Tana Lawn is from the AW11 ‘New Season’ Liberty Art Fabrics collection. This is a dense illustrated foliage design created by their in-house team. Representing the 1980s, it’s reminiscent of hand painted indie album covers. Love Leaf comes from the Music Decades in Design fabrics group, an exceptional collection inspired by musical genres from different generations. The range is a mixture of stylised and regimented geometrics, swirling and hatched florals, water colour abstracts and miniature stars. C/o of Abakhan to celebrate their Liberty range sales. (£11.24/m)
This dress is a bit unseasonal but so easy to layer up. It actually important to wear light and breathable clothes under coats as one can easily overheat indoors. It’s an eternal struggle for me to know how much to layer up.
And yeah, prints are back!
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