For the third and final day of Fashion Week in Stockholm I wore my wardrobe’s new hero piece, a shirt dress by The Fifth Label.
Heralding from Australia, The Fifth Label was founded by young design talent Amy Hicks, who looked to create a brand that included high quality basics, that felt luxurious, but were still priced accessibly. The collection is made up of easy-to-wear minimalist pieces that retain a Scandinavian sensibility – think tomboy comfort with feminine cool. ASOS have just bought in their latest collection so we’ll be seeing a lot of my new favourite Australian label in the Northern hemisphere!
I’m wearing my shirt dress with a Petite Topshop check print duster coat, vintage belt, Kurt Geiger handbag (currently on sale in orange and camel here) and Russell & Bromley fringed loafers (don’t you adore them!?!).
Photo Credit: The Styleograph
That shirt dress is so cute! I love the minimalist look of it. Is the shirt underneath it part of it also? If not, I love how you styled the dress over the white shirt!
Thanks so much Katherine! The shirt is from the Fifth Label and is a dress. The Duster Jacket is an oversized throw-on by Topshop which has been belted up. X