Col­lec­tion per­fect for loung­ing around in

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Fashion - Des­mond Eddy

NEW WA la­bel Lit­tle­spoon Loungewear is the lat­est in loungewear ap­parel to hit Australia.

It was founded by lo­cal designer Tash Hey­der.

Hey­der’s idea be­hind the la­bel was to pro­vide an al­ter­na­tive for other women like her­self who don't want to spend their days in gym gear but don’t want to be overly dressed up ei­ther.

“I wanted cloth­ing you can wake up in, go out in or just hang around the house in,” she said.

“I’m a very ac­tive per­son and I do love my gym gear, but I don’t want to stay in it af­ter a work­out all day.

“Or imag­ine if you’ve had a big night and the next morn­ing some­one knocks at your door. At least you have on some­thing pre­sentable, even if the rest of you isn’t quite so.”

Hey­der said the range was all about cloth­ing you could fall asleep in, wake up in and go out to meet a friend with­out look­ing like you were wear­ing py­ja­mas.

All gar­ments are hand­made us­ing a va­ri­ety of soft fab­rics, in­clud­ing mo­hair, bamboo, and cot­ton.

The women’s wear line was re­leased at the end of last May and chan­nels a sim­ple yet chic look for all the lit­tle spoons out there.

The first col­lec­tion, Slum­ber, fea­tures greys and whites and come in the forms of full-length cardi­gans, woollen knit jumpers and comfy ev­ery­day pants.

Lit­tle­spoon Loungewear is avail­able on­line, re­leas­ing two col­lec­tions a year, sum­mer and win­ter, at www.lit­tle­spoon­

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