Since she's all about the circular fashion economy, Deb came to us with her own jacket. She had customisation on the brain. When you're customising, it's really important to work on the small details, because they're the unexpected, magical things that will turn an ordinary item into someone's favourite.
Resort wear's a cinch when the sun swelters and you can roll out of bed into your private swimming pool or secluded beach.
But that's not really how 2020 is for any of us, unless you permanently live in paradise, pandemic or not. As the Australian skies darken, how do we lift our spirits? By summoning our internal resort vibe, that's how.
As any Melbourne citizens know, mastering the art of layered dressing is essential for successful living. Mel shows you how to layer your resort looks at home.
I'm not sure if you've read it before, but our tees and shirts are actually sourced from Phillips Shirts, an iconic Melbourne family business that has been around for years. The pieces are brand new and have never been worn, but they've literally been stored in a vault for about 30 years. Because of the authenticity of that quality buying from the 1980s and 1990s, and to avoid creating new landfill, we decided to customise our edit of their tees and show them to a new audience. You. People who love nostalgia and who don't care much for mass, fast fashion. In this...
Our specially curated selection of tees are intended to gently introduce the world to the Run To Paradise brand, alongside our accessories. But, what does that actually mean for most people? I'll be releasing a series of posts so we can explore our sense of style together. Do you like yacht rock? Are you obsessed with being on holidays like I am? Let's board the craft of life while I take you through how best to wear Run To Paradise pieces and incorporate them into the wardrobe you already own.