Bold beautiful colours, interesting cuts and all ethically made fabrics, say hello to the gorgeous British Brand Haruka Clothing.
From one of my most favourite places on the planet, Glastonbury, Haruka Clothing houses a shop full of beautiful women’s clothing designed right there in Glastonbury
Take a look:
“Our collections are designed to build upon each other year after year, so that treasured favourites can be mixed and matched with new pieces. We use natural fibres, in rich earthy shades, some of them woven especially for us to our own specification of weight, composition and colour. Other fabrics are sourced from the surplus market, using materials that the fashion industry would otherwise throw away. This allows us to get creative, and add spice to our range with limited edition pieces.”
Pieces to be worn year after year.. I am all about getting the wear out of your clothing, as you all know. After running solely with a capsule wardrobe for a whole year i now completely appreciate well made items, with lasting power and longevity. Haruka clothing has it all in abundance plus the pieces are absolutely beautiful… let me show you:
(Scroll to the bottom for the giveaway)
–This is the Boho Cotton Maxi–
In a stunning turquoise blue, I don’t think i’ve ever seen a dress this colour and fell hard and fast for its glorious colour and cut.
The first thing i noted when i slipped it on was how supremely comfy it is. The cotton holds you in but there’s also a lovely subtle flex to the fabric that makes you feel comfy and not restricted
I paired this with some orangey red as the unexpected colour combination just works tremendously well (or so i think?). I also styled the maxi with a little knot to the side, this started out of habit as i always trip on the hems of maxi dresses (Hi I’m Rachel and i’m insanely clumsy), so a simple knot to the hem brings the fabric up. However, i’ve also come to love the interest it brings to the dress and on this Haruka piece it just worked. The flared sleeves and pockets add interest to this perfect dress. I love that this is such a wonderful stand out item that can be dressed up or down. I love the idea of it with black knee high boots and a chunky scarf come winter.
–Inanna Black Jumpsuit–
I wore this for the first time a couple of weekends ago, and wow… What a comfy piece!!!! I mean it feels amazing against the skin, is never wedgy inducing(c’mon we all wonder about it with jumspuits dont we ?) and i had two ladies stop me in the street to ask where it was from.
When i posted it on Instgram you all seemed to love it too. I love that, for a jumpsuit, its different to whats on the high street, in fact all the Haruka pieces are different to your average Zara, mango etc, which makes me love them all the more.
I wore this all day out and about with the family, when i get home the first thing i do is change in to comfies, but i didn’t on this day. I didn’t feel the need, it was just so so comfy.
For styling i went with simple tan to go with the black. A lot of people asked about the belt and how well it went with the jumpsuit, but it actually comes with the jumpsuit and it is a gorgeous addition to that really makes this piece stand out.
Lastly and by no means least
–The Alya Cotton Maxi dress in Red–
When i first recived the packet, this was probably my least favourite .. strange as you know i love me some red. But perhaps it was just beacuse the other two where such strong favourites from the get go. However when i put this dress on i felt like a princess (my inner 5 year old is so happy right now) the flow of the dress is like nothing else i’ve ever owned. The fabric feels thick yet fluid and the colour just absolutely pops. I would wear this to a special event or just like here, with a cardigan and flats.
For styling, after the teal and red combination worked so well on the first dress, i did the opposite way with this one, adding in a couple of pops of teal and i love the contrast.
this dress honestly made me feel beautiful, the swish of the fabric and the cut just made me fell great, and lets face it, we all need that feeling now and again don’t we?!
3 stunning Haruka pieces and i honestly love each one. Its so nice to have pieces in your wardrobe that you absolutely love don’t you think? And from an ethical independent brand just makes it even better.
I’ve teamed up with the lovely Amanda at Haruka to give one lucky reader a gift voucher of £100 for you to shop!!
Amazing I know.
To enter just click on the rafflecopter below and there are multiple entry options to give you an even bigger chance of winning!
a Rafflecopter giveaway
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No purchase necessary. Competition closes 9th September 00.00
All entries will be verified and any entries who haven’t complied will be disqualified.
The winning entry will be selected at random. The winners will be notified via email. If we receive no response from a winner within 7 days of notifying them we reserve the right to select another winner. The prize is a £100 Haruka clothing gift voucher for the provided website.
The name of the winner will be published via our social media channels and on the blog that the competition was entered on, once they have responded to us to claim the prize.
No cash alternative.