We’ve made the perfect little loose and flowing dress, she is softly gathered at the waist and layers perfectly! For summer we have added a seamless extended sleeve.
Our Edie jersey dress was born from our love of wearing loose dresses and wanting something that looks effortlessly cool without any accessories or effort!
She is a lovely easy cut, with rounded neckline with a turn under bind
She has a gathered waistline that's loose and cool in the heat
We’ve eliminated gathering from the sides of the skirt to make the hip area softer and less bulky
The length of the skirt hits at the knee or just below on most, making her so versatile with layers, perfect with leggings for a comfy casual look or stockings to dress her up.
HOW TO WEAR:
Edie is a shape that is great worn as-is, but she is also one of those pieces you can layer with tights and boots.
She looks great belted, but has enough shape that she works well without accessories.
Edie is beautifully loose while still providing definition at the waist
Edie’s simple neckline works well with just about any accessory, be it brooch, necklace or big statement earrings.
You’ll be especially happy with the side pockets which fit your phone, keys and other things you accumulate daily.
FABRIC: 100% cotton jersey, less stretch but more body than our printed lycra jersey.
COLOUR: Classic mid turquoise blue, not as bright or as light as aqua, works really well with navy, orange and mustard.
FIT NOTES: This tee is a loose fit dress compared to our other basics and we recommend you size down if you want a more fitted shape.
SIZES AVAILABLE: XXS – 4X.
MODEL SIZES: Erin (she/they) wears M for photos, Kat (she/her) wears L for photos.
Designed and Made in Sydney, Australia. We use local makers we have worked one on one with for many years.
$10 of the sale of each Seeing Rainbows dress will go directly to our charity of choice, Twenty10!
Twenty10 is a Sydney based registered Public Benevolent Institution that works with queer children, young adults, and families. They are particularly focused on providing counselling and housing support for at-risk queer young adults. Young queer people are at an especially high risk of homelessness, depression and suicide, and it is through the valuable work that Twenty10 does that kids are given the chance to have a sense of community and support.
Pride is a time to celebrate who you are, but also to uplift others in your community who need extra help. That’s why we have chosen to support Twenty10 for this collection- we believe strongly in their values and ethos, and we see the valuable work they are doing locally in our community. If you’d like to support Twenty10 further, please click here to read more!
Seeing Rainbows has been modelled by queer-identifying members of staff, close friends, and customers- we hope you can see yourselves in this collection, just as we see you.
Each colour in the seeing rainbows collection represents a stripe on the rainbow pride flag, the iconic symbol of the LGBT community since the late 70’s. Each stripe has a meaning, and may mean different things to different people over time. The rainbow flag presents people of all walks of life coming together to share what is special to them, and to be joined under a banner of community, inclusion, and activism.
An enduring part of pride will always be resistance (always remember, the original pride was a riot!), as well as mourning for those lost. These complexities come together to be expressed by the rainbow flag, and is an idea that is constantly being updated to include under-represented people within the community.