Monochrome tops and dresses that can be worn ‘right’ way round and back to front.
We love seeing former frankie folks going on to do great things, and designer Emily Thiang sure has done us proud. The Brisbane-based lass launched her handmade clothing range, mei-li, earlier this month, with a collection that’s entirely reversible – monochrome tops and dresses that can be worn ‘right’ way round and back to front.
Every piece is stitched to order in her Queensland studio, using comfy, natural materials. According to Emily, mei-li is all about “looking nice, feeling nice, and knowing that what you’re wearing was made nicely, too.” High five for that.