Glamorous, sophisticated and luxurious sleek and chic is what defines this luxury brand called Clothes That My Mother wore is about. 2020 is all about sustainable fashion and being aware of spending my hard earned cash on clothes that last. As a lifestyle game changer. I am all about streamlined textures and silhouettes. My knitwear combined with what I choose to promote empowers me to be bold and adventurous.
Knitwear Maketh The Person
This month, I am taking time to pause and savour the dawning of a new decade, when possibilities open up before me like a host of spring blooms. I am reflecting of the last ten years of blogging. And what lies ahead for myself for 2020? I rarely gaze to much in the future as life is short for me I live in the now.
What is my forward-thinking visions for the coming year, be that in the realms of literature, art, technology and travel.
I certainly will continue to support those who have supported me. Very much working together in making sure quality versus fast fashion is understood.
Mihaela Markovic is as adorable in nature as is her commitment to her knitwear brand.
There is no other niche bespoke knitwear out there like Clothes That My Mother Wore. I have been wearing them for years and they still look amazing.
I noticed that on the runways last month a big come back of Haute Couture knitwear handmade will be massive for next winter. I assure they won’t come close to the quality as this collection. Big luxury brands are all about the sell not the quality. I am an expert and have seen the decline over the years in brands I used to adore like Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci and even Louis Vuitton.
Unless its vintage I will never buy from these brands, its poor value for money and also its not niche unlike this knitwear.
I can not state enough how high end these knitwear pieces are. For me they are a steal regarding the time, thought and atelier skill that goes into creating each piece.
This black noir knitwear is just like a moving art piece. The more you take a closer look, the more I see the designer, Mihaela. Who has taught me over the following years, through talent, tenacity and hard work it is so hard to get people to understand the value of her collection.
The redefining of denim for 2020 is the biggest challenge for any designer. With this knitwear there’s a self-confidence wearing it. That comes down to mixing different textiles with denim. I mean have you ever seen anything like it?
In an uncertain market where cash needs to carefully considered. I know which knitwear I will invest every single time. The clothes that will last a lifetime and look as expensive as the cars I drive.