We'd hardly registered that velvet was going to be a big autumn trend before MINKPINK served it up in this delicious edit of lingerie and nightwear.
Designer Rachel Evans thought Australia was ready for something new back in 2005 so she launched her own label, MINKPINK. It hit the spot with the pretty lingerie and nightwear that style-conscious Aussie girls craved. Every season, catwalk colours, fabrics and design trends are quickly reinterpreted for the MINKPINK girl. Recent catwalks have delved back in time with velvet dressing reminding us just how soft and wearable this luxe crushed fabric is. Don't hide velvet MINKPINK bustier tops away but work your own runway evening style with pleated midi skirts and ballerinas. If you feel a little too exposed let it shimmer from under a semi-sheer shirt.
Whether you work from home or are enjoying a lazy weekend, dress for your day in colourful prints on cuffed pyjama bottoms. Mix and match them with MINKPINK pyjama tops in T-shirt cuts or long sleeve sweatshirt designs. If you need to pop out to the shops slip your feet into cosy UGG boots and pull on a quilted bomber jacket and no one will ever guess that you're wearing your pyjamas. When a romantic weekend break is in the diary take MINKPINK pyjamas with you. Their classic man-cuts combined with silky fabrics and delicious floral prints deliver a truly sensuous experience. Then keep memories of your weekend alive by half-tucking the top into your office pencil skirt. A winning way to work a trend.