That 70s sass – Terry. brings plush terry towelling back into the sunshine
That 70s sass – Terry. brings plush terry towelling back into the sunshine
That 70s sass – Terry. brings plush terry towelling back into the sunshine
That 70s sass – Terry. brings plush terry towelling back into the sunshine
That 70s sass – Terry. brings plush terry towelling back into the sunshine

That 70s sass – Terry. brings plush terry towelling back into the sunshine

Taking inspiration from dreamy European summers and classic poolside attire, Australian resort-wear label Terry. is bringing the plush fabric of the 70s back into the sunshine (where it belongs). The newly launched brand has dropped its SS19 core collection, with a series of terry towelling garments in dreamy colourways that most certainly warrant a spot in your wardrobe.

Crafted from hand-dyed 100 percent cotton towelling, the launch collection from Terry. features subtle summer-inspired hues, with tones of baby blue, pastel yellow and washed-out watermelon seen across the brand’s flagship series of simple and timeless shorts, skirts and button-up shirts. These are the ultimate wardrobe staples.

Dubbed as wearable and ‘slightly elevated’ basics, the entire Terry. collection is designed to be worn straight out of the water, making the tops and bottoms perfect for those sun-drenched salty Gold Coast days. Throw on the glorious Cruise Shorts post-swim, or opt for the matching button-up shirt (we’re actually in love) and head to your favourite local beach bar … Burleigh Pavilion will do.

The Terry. collection is available online now.

Images courtesy of Terry.

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