Ace&Jig Fashion for Women
Made in India custom created cotton-blend Ace & Jig's multicoloured Merrit dress features muted stripes inspired by the expressionist paintings of Anne Ryan. This short-sleeved style is crafted with ties at the V-neckline in-seam slip pockets and finished with black and white embroidery. Play up to the artisanal mood with simple sandals and a basket bag.
Ace & Jig's ease and femininity are embodied by this Maggie ruffled V-neck striped top. Cut to a sleeveless shape from cotton it comes ruffled at the front and back for undeniable charm. Pair it with mid-rise jeans for a weekend look that is effortlessly chic.
Ace & Jig's black and white cotton striped jumpsuit is crafted with sun-soaked city breaks in mind. It's made in India - where all of the label's textiles are developed - with a cross-over bodice that secures with a coordinating tie then falls into relaxed legs that are cropped for an easy feel. Finish it simply with leather slides adding statement earrings later on for the evening.
Ace & Jig's navy-blue Mallorca top will imbue your looks with a discreet feminine feel. It's crafted from black double-layered cotton-gauze that's punctuated with a tonal fil coupé and distinguished with cropped bell sleeves that end in gathered cuffs. Form-fitting trousers will complement the floaty silhouette.
Ace and Jig's Sage dress is created collaboratively with artisan weavers in India who produce the bespoke yarn-dyed fabric. This focus on craftsmanship and community paves the way for high-quality basics such as this blue lightweight cotton dress. It's shaped with a scoop neck and cropped sleeves with a lightly gathered waist and flared hem. Pair it with flat sandals to embrace the label's effortless aesthetic.
Every Ace & Jig collection is anchored by artisanal fabrics. This emerald-green Rooney dress is crafted in India from lightweight cotton that's embroidered with multicoloured striped topstitching. It's finished with a trio of buttons at the V-neck front and soft gathers at the waist. Style it with a wicker basket bag for laid-back charm.
Ace & Jig develops its own yarn-dyed textiles for each season and every fabric is united by some form of stripe motif. This lightweight cotton Bronte midi dress is woven with bands of mint-blue and beige and defined by contrasting tonal-grey striped yoke panels. Wear it with a bright leather handbag and slides on sunny days.
This Rosa top is cut from Ace & Jig's custom yarn-dyed Crown cotton which is woven by artisans in India. It's patterned with a plaid check in pastel shades of pink navy green and blue and shaped for a loose fit that's anchored by a drawstring neck tie. Try wearing it back to front shrugging the neckline over your shoulders in the heat of summer.
Divergent beige and brown stripes make Ace & Jig's Fiona blouse a standout piece for everyday dressing. It's crafted from cotton-gauze to a relaxed silhouette that's refined with a band collar and playful ruffled trim along the V-shaped front bib. Wear it with white trousers and tan-brown leather sandals on vacation.
Ace & Jig looks to the warm hues features in the works of artist Anne Ryan to develop the multicoloured and metallic-gold striped cotton-blend used to craft this Monet top. The relaxed silhouette is detailed with a Peter-Pan collar and layered ruffle-capped sleeves then falls in soft pleats from a circular bib panel that sits across the collarbones. Team it with tapered trousers for warm-weather destinations.
Ace & Jig creates timeless garments sourced from antique textiles like this admiral-blue Monet cotton-jacquard top. The black micro geometric-pattern jacquard is handcrafted in India by experienced textile specialists on a traditional loom and it's shaped with a round-neck peter-pan collar layered ruffled cap sleeves and soft gathers that fall from panels across the front and back. It's an exceptional match for true-blue jeans and backless loafers.
Fabrics used in Ace & Jig's collections are developed by a group of artisans in India including the tonal-blue white and beige checked woven cotton of this tonal-blue Farrah blouse. It's cut to a relaxed fit with soft gathers across the round neckline then falls into a straight hem. Balance out the silhouette by tucking the front into mid-rise jeans.
Brooklyn-based label Ace & Jig specialises in artisanal craftsmanship to create effortless-looking pieces - like this Farrah blouse. It's crafted from a multicoloured stripe woven cotton with a round neck and long wide sleeves and is gathered from the neckline and cut to fall loose over the frame. The neckline is detailed with a keyhole slit that is fastened with a single button. Wear it with white jeans and a woven basket bag to take a vacation feel to city looks.
Handwoven pieces are defined by interesting colourways and pattern at Ace & Jig as shown with this cotton Maggie top. It comes with mismatched stripes in tonal-blue and burgundy-brown hues and trimmed with ruffles at the shoulders front and back to offset the loose shape. The cropped hem will complement high-rise trousers.
Micro geometric-jacquard brings an artisanal feel to Ace & Jig's tonal-neutral woven cotton top. It's crafted in India to a relaxed boxy silhouette with a V-neckline and a round buttoned placket on the reverse which can be worn to the front or back and is finished with two ruffles for a low-key feminine note. Slip it on over wide-leg jeans for an easy alfresco lunch.
Look to Ace & Jig for warm-weather pieces with an uncontrived feminine slant like this navy-blue cotton Ophelia dress. It's crafted in India - home to all of the brand's woven textiles - with a Peter-Pan collar and layered ruffles across the cap sleeves then falls to a midi skirt that is striped with dark hues of tonal-blue and burgundy-brown. Keep the mood modern with backless loafers.
The warm hues of Ace & Jig's multicoloured cotton-blend Magdalena dress are lifted from the works of American artist Anne Ryan and her pursuit of abstract expressionism. It's crafted in India with soft ruffles across the V-neck bodice and falls from a defined waist seam to a shin-skimming hem. Take it from the coast to the city with a rustic beach bag.
Ace & Jig delivers these black Annie trousers in a silhouette-shifting wide-leg cut. They're crafted from custom cotton-gauze with an off-white and black jacquard pattern that's handcrafted in India by textile specialists using traditional looms. They have an elasticated mid-rise waist side-seam pockets and finished with turned-up cuffs. Try them on vacation with flat leather sandals and a simple T-shirt.
This Ace & Jig black Jude open front jacket is based an antique fabric that's been carefully reproduced by the label's textile-loving founders. The cotton-gauze is woven in India to an off-white and blackstone jacquard pattern using an anient wooden hand loom and shaped with a stand collar and long blouson sleeves - note the subtle contrast between the lower sleeve panels and the cuffs. Double it up with the matching trousers for a free-spirited take on day dressing.
Ace & Jig's Stevie dress was featured in the AW17 presentation that tapped a subtle 1980s-tinged aesthetic. It's crafted from multicoloured checked cotton that's embroidered with black stripes and is shaped with a high neck and bracelet-length sleeves. It's gathered from the neckline to produce a loose shape that can be adjusted at the waist with the extra-long padded matching tie. Ground it with flat slides and a structured bag.
Brooklyn-based Ace & Jig's focus is on its artisanal textiles as is seen in this Farrah blouse crafted from cotton custom-woven with a checked pattern and embellished with black embroidered stripes - a label signature. It's shaped with gathers at the round neckline and a button-fastening keyhole slit at one side. Wear it with cropped jeans and loafers for an effortless city ensemble.
Multicoloured stripes bring a fresh sense of whimsy to Ace & Jig's oatmeal-beige Fiona blouse - a design developed exclusively for the label by their fabric partners in India. The boxy silhouette is anchored by a slender black and white band collar and detailed with coordinating ruffles trimming the V-shaped bib. Enhance the relaxed feel with a pair of red jeans.
There's a childlike nostalgic quality to the candy-coloured striped pattern of Ace & Jig's oatmeal-beige Farrah blouse yet the simplicity of the cut gives it an unfussy adult feel. It's crafted from mid-weight cotton designed by the Brooklyn-based label and custom woven in India and edged with contrasting black and white trim along the round neckline and at the cuffs of the bracelet-length sleeves. Tuck just the front into a high-rise skirt for laid-back ease.
Effortless styles with a tactile finish are key at Ace & Jig and this grey and white striped Bronte top is a perfect example. It's crafted from a lightweight textured cotton-blend to fall loosely over the body and is decorated with intricate two-tone metallic and beige geometric embroidery. Complement the delicate feel with white fluid trousers and light-tan sandals.
The maximalist theatrical interior designs of artist Tony Duquette inspire Ace & Jig for SS17. This mint-blue and tonal-beige striped Bronte top is cut in India from a textured woven cotton and is spliced with a myriad of contrasting textures in soft easy shades t hat nod to the label's penchant for textiles. Amp up the contemporary feel by styling it with frayed wide-leg jeans.
Ace & Jig's burnt-orange cotton Fiona blouse is an easy wardrobe anchor that will remain relevant for seasons to come. The striped two-tone pattern is the product of antique Indian looms and it's shaped with short sleeves and a band collar then complete with a ruffled V-shaped bib. Slip it on with jeans and strappy sandals for a casual brunch date.
Ace & Jig's blue checked cotton-blend Rosa top showcases a custom textile designed in collaboration with artisans in India who dye the yarns on their rooftops and weave the colour-rich patterns on hand looms. It can be worn with the brown and white drawstring tie at the front or back - a signature design for the label. Half tuck it into cropped jeans for a contemporary look.
Ace & Jig's dark-beige navy and white striped cotton Kate trousers are perfect for imbuing off-duty looks with a refined feel. They're cut to sit high at the waist and fall into wide legs that are punctuated with pleats at the front. Wear them on vacation with a white T-shirt and barely there sandals adding statement earrings for the evening.
Ace & Jig's focus on textiles and slow fashion is evident in the details of this Page top. It's made in India from the label's lightweight custom woven-cotton fabric with soft multicoloured stripes and monochrome topstitching. Secure the extended neck ties in a bow and team it with linen trousers for a relaxed air of sweetness.
Look to Ace & Jig for wanderlust-tinted vacation separates including this blue striped cotton Page top. It's crafted with a coordinating necktie that sits just below the round neck and short cap sleeves then falls over the body to a straight hem. Contrast it against a pair of slim tailored trousers and chunky leather slides for a city-break ensemble.
Ace & Jig's Davis trousers are made from a bespoke blue and yellow striped fabric custom-made by artisans in India. The authentic woven cotton is then cut to a relaxed high-rise wide-leg silhouette while the smocked waistband and front patch pockets reflect the relaxed aesthetic of the label. Pair them with a broderie-anglaise top for a feminine warm-weather edit.
Ace & Jig's mint-blue Pinafore dress is a prime example of easy ladylike style. It's crafted from lightweight textured woven-cotton with tonal-beige stripes and shaped with a slim-fitting bodice and a loose-fitting midi skirt - note the fluted hem for added volume. The crossover back straps are the perfect finishing touch. Pair yours with bejewelled slides come summer.
Inspired by vintage textiles Ace & Jig create its own yarn-dyed woven fabrics like the blue and white checked cotton-blend double gauze used for this Ballad maxi dress. Brown geometric embroidery adds to the artisanal feel. Style it with bohemian leather accessories for an added vintage spin.
Ace & Jig delivers these silhouette-shifting wide-leg mid-blue striped cotton trousers as a dressier alternative to jeans. This style features elegant details such as a wide waistband front-leg pleats slanted side-slip pockets and a single back patch pocket. Wear it with a silk top and flat sandals for an of-the-moment proportion shift.
Ace & Jig's timeless pieces like this Ophellia dress exemplify the label's artisanal roots. It's crafted from a woven cotton that is patterned with a tonal-blue white and beige check and shaped with a peter-pan collar and layered-ruffle cap sleeves while the front bib is gathered at the seams. Wear it with muted shades for effortless city chic.
Ace & Jig is celebrated for its use of artisanal textiles and exquisite craftsmanship perfectly demonstrated in this burgundy cotton-gauze Mallorca top which is decorated with squares of orange embroidery. The loose slightly cropped silhouette flows from a band collar and has gently gathered three-quarter length bell sleeves that hit in line with the hem. Highlight the boxy shape with straight-leg jeans.
Brown navy and cream stripes lend a vintage feel to Ace & Jig's tactile Jackie top. Crafted from mid-weight cotton it's cut to a sleek but feminine silhouette with a round neck three-quarter length sleeves and is detailed with an asymmetric button-fastening shoulder and optional matching neck tie. Wear it with neutral trousers for a fresh look.
Look to Ace & Jig for artisanal separates that will have you vacation-ready in an instant like this mint-blue cotton-gauze Mallorca top. It's crafted to a relaxed silhouette with cropped bell sleeves and a pleated bodice before falling into a loose straight them. Tease out the beige and brown-striped pattern with a coordinating skirt and strappy leather sandals.
Easy and feminine as expected from Ace & Jig this Maggie V-neck top is made from panels of mid-blue striped cotton to a sleeveless design that fastens with a buttoning at the back then it's trimmed with ruffles that run down the front and back. Try it with the coordinating skirt for an on-brand laid-back look that is delightfully chic.
An enduring style reworked for the new season Ace & Jig's white cotton Sylvia top can be worn with the button fastening at the front or back. The handwoven cloth is energised with paintbox-bright geometric stripes and cut to a boxy silhouette with black and white embroidered ruffles at the high stand collar. Team it with the label's spotted black skirt for a fun clash of patterns.