Swedish folklore  – inspired by Mora

My own take on the traditional folk costumes of the historical Swedish province of Dalarna was inspired by the quaint town of Mora. The white sheepskin boa is surely the boldest piece in this range; a range that brings you an abundance of craftwork and colour, and that blends harmoniously patterned knitwear with hand-embroidered roses. The Swedish textile tradition is no stranger to block-printed patterns either. What I want to highlight most of all in my “Mora” collection however is the natural shade of white we used – no dye or bleach required.

1text_uk.pngInvest in a patterned dress that bears the hallmarks of genuine craftsmanship. 
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This embroidered waistcoat was inspired by Swedish folk clothing. 
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3text_uk.pngWrap yourself in our warm, woolen “Siljan” coat. 
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5text_uk.pngTreat yourself to a piece with beautiful details. 
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Like something out of a fairytale 

Don a flowery rose-patterned dress in soft modal jersey. 
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A timeless favourite

crafted from a soft, lightweight fabric blend. 
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A high wraparound collar

in ecru, dark hibiscus or ash grey – the choice is yours!
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Dress in folklore styles

11text_uk.pngcrafted from alpaca and recycled wool.  
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