Want comfy shoes that look great, a taste of boho fashion, hot accessories and perfect pyjamas? Look no further, bmag has you covered…
Your feet need comfy shoes….
Treat for feet
Podiatrist Anna Baird could never find shoes she could recommend that were stylish and supportive – and that she would wear herself – so she designed her own and the result is Bared Footwear, a range of flats, boots and yes, even heels (low ones), with comfortable cushioning, heel and arch support. Raven boots (featured) RRP$299.
Little Joe bounces back
Fans of Gail Elliot’s boho chic Little Joe label will be thrilled to see it back in Brisbane – even if it is only briefly at a pop-up store until Tuesday 26 June. Elliot will be back in James Street just a few doors away from where she opened a boutique briefly in 2009. It could be a good sign the brand is on the rebound, as Elliot says she’s looking to open a shop in Brisbane again in the near future. Be quick to visit the Little Joe pop-up store at Shop 7, 65 James Street, Fortitude Valley.
Hot trend: graphic
Picking up on winter’s graphic trend, Mathers’ Giovanna Lucia bag (RRP$59.99) is a key piece with understated fashion clout. Two-tone neutrals transfer seamlessly from winter to summer and can be dressed up or down without overpowering your look.
‘Tis the time of year to snuggle up in your sleepwear and it’s so stylish these days you can lounge about in it all day. Third-generation Aussie company Givoni has the winter-friendly dress code covered with a range of colourful sleepwear in bright pinks and blues. Nightie RRP$64.95 and dressing gown RRP$89.95. For stockists call 1800 333 151.
Out of Africa
Stone and Metal Gallery designer Samantha Anderson turns ethically-produced cow and buffalo horn into beautiful jewellery in her new collection, Horn. Crafted to enhance the natural hues of the African materials, the earrings, cuffs and statement necklaces feature sterling silver clasps. Necklace (left) RRP$285 and (right) RRP$245 at Stone and Metal Gallery, 3/60 James Street, Fortitude Valley.
As seen in bmag issue 260