Hello! It's been a while.
I've been rethinking Doe, A Deer and I have some new ideas that are going to be implemented soon, taking things into a slightly new direction. I spent the last two months trying to think of what to blog about but I was feeling very uninspired in the world of fashion and style. Maybe it's because I stopped working my job in fashion back in December, maybe it's because all I want to wear is wool turtlenecks and cashmere sweaters and long johns, maybe a combination of the two.
The only new thing that seemed to inspire me this winter in the local fashion scene was Jeska Grue. Her clothes are impeccably made by hand, one by one, with ethically sourced fabrics and natural dyes. Jeska's collection counteracts the cyclical fast fashion industry by making timeless and effortless pieces, pieces that you will hold onto and wear for years.
I dreamed of this wrap top for so long, it's such a versatile piece that can be worn over a long sleeve/turtleneck in the winter and on its own in the summer. I really just need one of everything in her collection!
We tried to go out outside to shoot the second look but guys, it's still very much winter here and I froze my butt off. You get the idea though.
You can find Jeska's collection at Lost & Found or on her website.
The ever talented Monika Gajewski captured these photos and this top perfectly.