Sustainable staples – Byron Bay’s The Bare Road drops its latest collection of wardrobe essentials
Known for its sustainably made basics and functional staples, Byron Bay fashion label The Bare Road has teased a versatile and comfortable new series of wardrobe staples that will have you yearning for autumn’s cool change.
As much as we love summer (we do, a lot) we’d be lying if we said we weren’t hanging for the mercury to drop a degree or ten, even more so after seeing The Bare Road’s dreamy new 12-piece Noon collection. Made for trans-seasonal dressing, the new range imbues the brand’s signature ‘relaxed luxury’ with easy-to-wear tailoring, relaxed styles and boxy oversized fits in versatile palette of white, warm yellow, dusk pink and earthly browns.
True to form, the new styles focus on quality and texture to ensure long-lasting pieces with understated elegance. The brand works closely with a small team in Bali to create its seasonal collection, using all-natural woven cotton, linens and hemp. Plus, any off-cuts from its limited-run small-scale productions are donated to local villages to produce traditional clothing for rural communities. Slow, sustainable fashion is where it’s at – buy less, but buy well from places like The Bare Road. Noon is set to drop in February 2020 so keep an eye on the website and welcome autumn with open arms.
Images: supplied by The Bare Road.