Olivia Roper can be recognized from the New York Mag’s series on ‘Waitresses of New York’ where we saw the ravishing young lady shining in garments such as Dolce & Gabbana or Gucci. In this editorial, we have Olivia bringing vigor to a variety of our jackets and pullovers, accentuated by earthy tones and a layered look. Our use of lightweight, delicate fabrics allows room for stratified leveled layers with contrasting fabrics and tonal vibes. The bottom layer, creating the root of the outfit we see on Olivia is our Reversed French Terry Hoodie. Composed of a rich ring spun cotton, this ultra-comfortable hoodie is ideal for the transition into colder months, or as added warmth on chilly days. A kangaroo style pocket is placed at the forefront, and there is also a drawstring for adjusting the hood. With an elongated silhouette, this piece comes in a variety of shades and tones such as Black, Dark Olive and Off-White.
Worn as her second Layer, is our Desert Sand Hooded Trench, featuring a mid-weight French Terry Cotton. This piece is a must have for your fall wardrobe, or wintry layering purposes. One of our favorite details is the zip-up feature at the rear end tail of this coat – Olivia’s silhouette fits through this jacket perfectly. As the final layer, and that extra component for complete warmth and comfort is our military inspired Elongated Strap Jacket. This piece was given to US soldiers during the Vietnam war, and is a staple piece in our armed force inspired creations. With a unique faded wash that gives it a relaxed worn-in look making this Jacket a seasonal focal point for any type of scenario. The coat as well as the pockets may be fastened with metal brass snap-buttons, directly below those front slips are duo strap details that enclose 13’’ side slits. Paying homage to the armed forces, one garment and idea at a time.