I’ve known and loved Loeffler Randall since I first started my styling career at 1883 Magazine. Through my Lines-to-Love posts I am keen to introduce you lovely readers to brands that inspire both my work and my personal closet! This week is for the woman who wants to invest in beautifully well-made pieces that are both chic and effortless to wear (that will be all of us then!) Loeffler Randall (pronounced Leff-ler) was founded by Jessie Randell and her husband Brian back in 2005 after they were newly-weds. The first collection launched in the Fall of 2005 and quickly became a favourite with both fashion influencers and stylish modern women.
I have a thing for Australian brands at the moment – they seem to ooze bohemian glamour more than those our side of the pond. This week I’m adding Bec & Bridge to my roster of Lines-to-Love. I simply adore this brands attitude towards fashion, understated elegance with a boho-twist. Bec & Bridge strike a fine balance between aspirational and achievable fashion, and being a stylist I know all to well how difficult it is to walk that line; hats off girls!
For those of you that are new to the blog, something you will soon catch on to is that I love bohemian details, be it through the arms of an angel sleeve, the neckline of a laced polo, or the feminine detail of embroidery; These styles call out to me! This weeks Line to Love was founded by Beth Chilton and Sarah Sleightom back in August 2015, Hope & Ivy is a British fashion brand that was introduced to me a couple of months ago. The pieces are epitomised by beautiful embroidery, they exude femininity with that all important bohemian-edge; Naturally I was intrigued.
My love affair with GFG Jewellery started a couple of months ago when I was researching into British jewellery brands for one of my clients Una Healy. Accessories add the final touch to a look, the pièce de résistance. For me they define your personality, therefore choosing the right brand to invest in is takes time and research.