Easy, breezy styles

Published: Monday | November 26, 2012 Comments 0
A kaleidoscope of colours, this bold print is sure to get some attention.
A kaleidoscope of colours, this bold print is sure to get some attention.
Get close to nature in these hues of green and blue.
Get close to nature in these hues of green and blue.
A bronze goddess - these flowing pants and animal-print top can add glitz to an evening event.
A bronze goddess - these flowing pants and animal-print top can add glitz to an evening event.
Keri-Ann Dinnal has sunshine on her side in this simple, but comfortable, yellow dress from Wright Style. - Photos by Gladstone Taylor/Photographer
Keri-Ann Dinnal has sunshine on her side in this simple, but comfortable, yellow dress from Wright Style. - Photos by Gladstone Taylor/Photographer
Fierce! You can never go wrong with a hot white linen pants suit.
Fierce! You can never go wrong with a hot white linen pants suit.

Sacha Walters-Gregory, Staff Reporter

Locally designed pieces are cool and ideal for the no-fuss woman with exquisite style.

Last week, Flair highlighted some of the highs and lows Jamaican designers experience when searching for the best fit in terms of distribution options for their pieces.

This week, we feature two local fashion lines that reflect relaxed-fit fashion from Angela's.

Angela's carries an in-house line of locally designed clothes - A - as well as Wright Style, another line of local clothing designed by the company Schatzie.

The in-house line came about many years ago when the management of the store realised a need for pieces which were difficult to source, like palazzo pants in various sizes. Since then, the store has carried the line which includes flowing tops, rompers, pants and jumpsuits in a variety of colours and sizes.

Wright Style, however, is a line of mostly linen and cotton-based pieces, with a resort wear vibe. It includes dresses, shirts and pants.

Enjoy the breeze!

Model: Keri-Ann Dinnal

Make-up: Delores Brown, Angela's

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