Little Joe Woman by Gail Elliott Featured On SALIFE Magazine

Little Joe Woman by Gail Elliott Featured On SALIFE Magazine

Look Book: Emma Riemersma


Feel your most comfortable and stylish whether you’re lazing around at home or out hitting the town. Invest in these trans-seasonal pieces that will see you go effortlessly from couch to bar.


01 You’re so golden

One trend I’ll never tire of is fine gold jewellery. If you’re looking for the perfect piece to stand alone or layer up,
the 9ct yellow gold Hollow Rope necklace (from $449, cassandramamone.com) is your flawless find for everyday wear from morning until night. This piece is minimal yet bold with its beautiful rope texture.

02 Knit, set, match!

If you want to cosy up on the couch or have a stylish set to mix and match for brunch dates, this beautiful lounge wear duo is for you. Lightweight, breathable and warm, the Loungewear wool top ($199, irisandwool.com) and pant ($249) from SA’s rural wool queen Emily Riggs are made sustainably from miracle fibre Merino wool.

03 The new tube

At Indy and Eve, they believe everyone deserves to look and feel their best, which is why they offer a wide range of styles, sizes and price points to fit every unique style, body type and budget. The Harper Boob Tube ($69.95, indyandeve.com), is designed with a flattering and feminine cut that accentuates your curves. The brand was founded in 2018 in Keith and is now based in the Barossa Valley.

04 Something more comfortable

For that effortless model-off-duty style, we look to ’90s supermodel and stye icon Gail Elliott, co-founder of Little Jo Woman. Based in Bali, it’s one of my favourite places to shop while holidaying among the palms. Her resort wear brand features classic pieces with a touch of edge, such as camisoles and slip dresses perfect for elegantly lazing at home (Heart of Gold dress, $310, littlejoewoman.com), or a pair of cowboy boots to throw on head out for the night.

05 For the love

It all began with two friends, who moved to Australia for love. Based in Adelaide and in need of a career reinvention, Karolina and Kasia launched a business to bring in goods they missed from Europe. With clogs first on the list, Love of Clogs was born. Comfortable, classic and timeless, clogs never go out of style and they age gracefully with you. Their range of styles and colours makes it very hard to choose just one pair (Rikke heel clogs, $195, loveofclogs.com).

06 Cover me in sunshine

South Australia’s new sun-kissed resort wear brand, Rosa Paloma,
uses deadstock fabrics destined for landfill. Founder Anna Tyrrell’s debut collection is crafted from vintage Indian sari silks, all one-of- a-kind to create the Marigold Robe ($269, rosapaloma.com.au). Rosa Paloma partners with TTK Collective, an ethical and sustainable manufacturing house. Feel your bohemian best from morning coffee to tropical getaway and out for dinner.

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