David Austin is a highly renowned rose breeder and writer who lives in England. His emphasis is on breeding roses with the character and fragrance of old garden roses (heaven) but with the repeat-flowering ability (yay!) and a wide modern colour range (all over it.) Could not actually think of a more perfect name for this skirt.
The sight of a orchard in flower/ fruit is one of the great simple pleasures of life. We are so lucky in South Australia to be surrounded by the most incredible valleys of the most beautiful landscapes. Rows and rows of flowering orchards whether it is almond blossom, cherry trees, grapevines. Imagine yourself (instagram perfect) in this perfect fun colourful patchwork stripe tiered dress strolling casually with a glass of rose in hand plucking fruit daintily from low slung boughs, whether it’s oranges and lemons like a belle of st clement’s.
The CEO of our HQ is Ollie. His favourite snack is apples. Its amazing how many such a small person can put away. So hence the name Orange Pippin, renowned to be the finest apple of all time. (Although we tend to think a Pink Lady from the Adelaide Hills is a stronger contender for that title but this name was more appropriate). We would love to one day have a beautiful orchard and stroll along plucking our apples, oranges and lemons like the Belles of St Clements but with this drought that will have to wait.
The Mavis top in exclusive H&G Silk Embroidery Anglaise features a square neckline with drawstring detail on bust. It is cropped length with shirring at waist and sleeve. With an elasticated cap sleeve it can be worn on or off the shoulder. Mavis can be paired back with the Silas Short or Cobra short.
The Campbell dress is a shorter style mini dress cut in an exclusive H&G Silk Embroidery Anglaise. With a square neckline and shirring at the waist and sleeve, this dress has a scallop detail at the hen and sleeve. Made from 100% silk it is fully lined in 100% cotton. This dress can be worn with a pair of boots during the day and heels into the night