Posts tagged with ‘blue’

  • Just In: Indigo Red Batik Supersnap Clutch

    This is an oldie revisited. The popular Indigo Red supersnap is making a reappearance due to popular demand. It is embellished with bright red buttons and lined internally with bright red cotton fabric.

    Indigo and red make such a great combination.

    Definitely a statement piece. Dress up your summer dress or add some colour to your jeans and t-shirt look! I

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  • Just In: Indigo Citrus Batik Blazer

    Brand new for you this new month is our new batik blazer. If you liked the blue Indigo version, you’ll like this one too. The Indigo Citrus blazer comes in the same cut but with a re-edit of the batik fabric. For those that want an added splash of colour to the palette, this one features hints of orange and green.

    Available in the sizes: UK 8, 10, 12 and 14

    Let us know what you think.

    Have a great week ahead and here’s to a great July!

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  • Urban Knit Blazer in Indigo Batik- How to wear it

     

    Urban Knit Blazer

     

    African print jackets are a great way to add that special touch to casual or simple outfit.

    Over on Polyvore, I have started putting together ‘looks’ to show ways you can rock your Urbanknit swag. Starting with the Indigo Batik Blazer which is a 3/4 sleeved cropped jacket. What better than mixing blue, white and red?

    Makes a simple yet crisp look because of the contrast of the colours. What do you think? How would you wear yours?

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  • Just In: Etu Aso-oke Cushions

    Even though I made these myself, I have fallen completely in love with them. Made out of a modern take on Etu Aso-oke, with hints of an Alaari (magenta) and Sanya (beige) stripe.

    The dark blue of the cushions makes them versatile and as the line pattern on each side differs, they work beautifully in parts or as a whole set!

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  • The Afro Jubilee Shopper Tote

    This summer marks 60 years of The Queen’s reign in the United Kingdom and beyond. As the Diamond Jubilee celebrations kick off this weekend, we thought we’d give an African twist to the Jubilee celebrations and here it is.

    The Jubilee shopper is made using ‘Aso-oke’ which is a loom-woven textile from Nigeria in West Africa. It is hand woven and the finished strips are usually sewn together to make clothing. The textile is worn during special occasions like weddings, festivals, coronations and so on making it just the perfect material to use!

    This large shopper is roomy and perfect for a day out in the park as it’ll fit your blanket and everything else. It would also make a great alternative to plastic bags for your grocery shopping.

    Check it out here

     

    By in The Store and Studio
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