One way to have your five a day is to go for a cocktail of fruity colours. Get fruity for Newmarket with a juicy outfit.
Quench your fashionista thirst in this refreshing mango print silk dress from Lisou. The background colour is of the fleshy fruit whilst the print is the mango plant’s flower and leaves. The simple A-line silhouette of the Lyla dress is complemented with a ruched neckline and shoulders. Price £465 and also available in plain black.
The London based fashion brand Lisou specialises in silk pieces with a twist. All prints are designed in house by Rene Macdonald who splits her time between London and Tanzania. All products are designed in London and finished in Portugal.
One of their core beliefs is to make a positive global impact and they donate the proceeds from one piece per collection directly to helping young Africans with medical and educational needs.
Sweeten the look with Sharper Millinery’s Rhubarb & Custard headpiece. In hand dyed peach and lemon bubble crin loops and discs stitched together to create the illusion of a brim fitting close around the head. Two silk roses with peach, lemon and pink tones adorn the side with two corkscrew ivory quills. A series of rough cut edges create volume. Price £165.
Garnish with cherry earrings from Ooorganic via Etsy.
Hand sculpted and hand painted with sterling silver finish. Price £75.
Inspired by fruit and vegetables, owner YiXin founded Ooorganic in 2014 where she creates the fruit/veg from polymer clay, shapes them individually, toasts them and paints over at least five times to make more natural and realistic. They are left to dry for 24hrs and then another 48hrs of glossing. YiXin graduated with BA Illustration & Digital Animation degree from the University of Southampton.
This sterling silver curb chain Forest Fruits bracelet is bursting with berry charms.
The berries are made of seed beads each hand woven around a lightweight wooden core. Price £80 from Beadecked By Beads via Etsy.
Designer Sarah Gibbon uses traditional bead weaving techniques and runs Beadecked By Beads from her home studio in Westbrook bay, Margate.
Photo credit: Philip Le Maistre of Grey Fox Photography, Ramsgate.