Proud mama.

Words by

Laura Kennewell

Today we feel like a proud mama.

Retail giant and tourist stop for pretty much every Australian to ever visit the States, Urban Outfitters, has teamed up with one of our own. The retailer has tapped Wrangler Australia (yew!) for a collaboration that’s set to bring back double denim.

The 16-piece range was designed in Melbourne and adopts a distinctly ’70s vibe: think flared overalls, mini-skirts and high-waisted shorts. A retro American theme takes the front seat, with tones of blue, deep reds and white used throughout.

The capsule collection also adopts a laid back, effortless and evidently Melbourne feel.

And honestly, we can’t wait to get our hands on it.

It’s now available at Urban Outfitters, with select pieces from the collection available at Australian stockists from July 2016.


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