Welcome to my next Collaboration outfit post featuring POL Clothing - an Australian brand that I saw at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia. I loved their pieces the minute I saw them on the runway. This will be the first of a few posts - I am excited to announce my ongoing relationship with the brand. Which is fantastic because I love wearing their comfortable UNCONVENTIONAL basics.
POL Clothing is quite special because they design practical quality basics that elevate everyday style. Their pieces are bold, accessible and comfortable - plus they are also made from premium fibres. Many of the pieces are made from natural fabrics such as silk, cotton and linen.
POL Clothing was started by Australian designer Sam Jones. The brand focuses on the wearer - the women Sam designs for. The concept behind the brand is simple. Women aren't really that complicated. They are sophisticated, contemporary and like no-nonsense clothes - however they love to be relevant and on-point. Whilst the fabrics are sourced from all over the world, the brand still remains focused on supporting local industry, with many garments still made in Australia. This is certainly a brand we can all get behind.
Keeping in the basics theme I have styled my POL Clothing Spring 2015 Horizon Midi Skirt with a plain classic white tee, black moto leather jacket and Céline calf-hair sneakers for a bit more colour. You've probably seen all these items before in outfit posts. This another one of the reasons why I love POL Clothing pieces - they fit seamlessly into any wardrobe like they were just meant to be there the whole time. This POL Clothing Spring 2015 Horizon Midi Skirt is the perfect length, it's made from high quality rayon crepe so it bounces back into shape. VERY practical if you ask me. POL Clothing Spring 2015 will be available soon.
Are you a fan of Australian brands that keep their manufacturing local? What do you think of my lovely outfit below? I love a good striped skirt don't you? Comment at the end of the post - I love to hear from you all.