Scottish Fashion Lookbook Day #3
For the third and final installment of my street style series that aims to showcase some of my favourite Scottish fashion brands. Featuring photography by the lovely Kirsty McLachlan, in today's 'lookbook' I'm wearing the most verstaile t-shirt dress- and a serious staple in my Autumn/Winter wardrobe, by Glasgow based ethical fashion designer Rachel McMillan.
This is one of my favourite looks in the series, because this is one of those dresses that I can wear for almost any occassion. It is made from 46% Bamboo, 46% Organic Cotton, 8% Elastane, so it feels extremely soft and comfortable, with a good ampunt of stretch so you can still move about despite its fitted, almost bodycon shape. Also, it's length is ideal for me, standing at 5"11, as I have a particular penchant for oversized and super long clothes. I've styled it here with heeled sock boots. The highlight however is the stunning embroidery detail, a metallic Rachel McMillan logo emblazoned in the centre for all to see; I absolutely love it.
About Rachel McMillan
Have you been searching for awesome looking clothes that have a clear and ethical story? Look no further - Rachel McMillan creates a full collection that is made from GOTS (global organic textiles standard) certified cottons and Bamboo fibre from a closed loop system. The stylish garments are all made in Scotland or a Fair Wear Factory in India, and the brand is proud to use the best quality, ethical materials and pay every team member the UK living wage.
If you're still not convinced, the Fashion Foundry alumni has won a whole host of impressive awards including:
- Best Sustainable Business The Herald Fashion Awards
- Fashion Foundry Resident Designer 2016
- Freelance of the Year Finalist, IPSE London Awards
- Young Designer of The Year Finalist, Scottish Fashion Awards
- Fashion Entrepreneur Finalist, Great British Entrepreneur Awards
Find out more and shop online at www.rachel-mcmillan.com
Let me know what you think of this look!