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Palmer Harding Clothing For Women
Feminine interpretations of classic utilitarian shapes are key for the new season and Palmer//Harding leads the way with this oatmeal-beige maxi skirt. It's crafted from lightly textured stretch-cotton corduroy and finished with a neat row of buttons self-fastening belt and high hemline slit for definition. Wear it with one of the label's contemporary shirts for summer days in the office.
Palmer//Harding looks to its background in dramatic reworked shirting to craft this navy-blue light-blue and white striped skirt. It's crafted from a stretchy cotton-blend twill and shaped to a crisp high-rise silhouette with a draped side and asymmetric hem that cascades down towards the calves. Team it with a subverted blouse and sock boots for a fresh approach to workwear.
A striking piece to add to your workweek edit Palmer//Harding's blue and red striped cotton-poplin shirt is finished with three-quarter-length sleeves that end in crisp white flounce cuffs. The wraparound waist tie reins in the loose silhouette. Try it with everything from wide-leg trousers and A-line skirts.
Palmer//Harding's antique-pink wool and cashmere-blend poncho is a refined take on everyday knitwear. It's styled with an open front and sides and is spliced at the back from the nape to the hem to further the effortless relaxed silhouette. Throw it over your shoulders throughout transitional seasons.
It's the contemporary open back and tangerine-orange sateen waist tie that gives Palmer//Harding's beige cotton and lurex-blend top a contemporary feel. It has a high neck and open shoulders - both of which are ribbed for a chunky knitwear effect - and falls loosely over the frame. Wear it to refresh high-waisted jeans and favourite black leather accessories.
The split open back of this fern-green ribbed-knit cotton top nods to Palmer//Harding's abstract approach to everyday silhouettes. It's knitted to a slim fit with a high neck and open shoulders and is secured with a black sateen waist tie. Balance the proportions with wide-leg trousers as part of a contemporary evening look.
Palmer//Harding's dart manipulation lends these antique-pink cotton-poplin trousers a craft-orientated dimension. They're cut to sit high on the waist with slender pleats that skim over the tops of the thigh while the wide legs are shaped with angular seams that stretch up from the cuffs to create diagonal folds. Tuck in a white shirt for a sleek finish.
Dramatic silhouettes are a Palmer//Harding calling card and this voluminous reworking of the classic blue striped cotton shirt is a fine example. It has buttons all the way along the front that curve towards the extended waterfall step hem which cascades down to the ankles. For light definition bow the white sateen side tie. Wear it over straight-leg trousers and white loafers for a thoroughly modern look.
Palmer//Harding's signature waterfall shirt is beautifully reimagined in a lemonade-pink brushed cotton and wool-blend for the new season. The product of superb draping it's anchored by a neat point collar and button-down placket while the waist is defined with coordinating velvet ties. Contrast the asymmetric hem tailored trousers and backless loafers.
Palmer//Harding employs avant-garde cuts and draping to create signature asymmetric designs like this light-blue cotton-poplin striped shirt. It features a detachable button-fastening bottom panel that falls to the knee - the perfect contrast to the neat point collar and classic cuffs. Leave a few buttons undone for a daring twist when styled with tailored trousers.
Palmer//Harding subverts traditional shirting styles to create dramatic yet refined pieces that will refresh smart-casual edits with ease. This white cotton-blend piece is shaped with an off-the-shoulder V-neck and skinny strap detail before falling into long voluminous sleeves and an extended waterfall-step hem. For gentle texture it's flocked with little white birds. Pair it with crisp black trousers and shiny flats for an androgynous result.
From the front Palmer//Harding's black flocked cotton-blend shirt looks wholly classic but it turns to reveal a contemporary open back that reveals the shoulder blades and arms - for smarter occasions it can be closed via a row of tonal buttons. The fit is loose and emphasised further by the long dolman sleeves and curved dip hem. Balance the proportions with high-waisted flared jeans and backless heels.
Palmer//Harding continues to play with proportion this season and this pink cotton and wool-blend shirt is a particularly adept example. It's cut to a sculptural silhouette with striking long balloon sleeves and buttons that run along the sleeves and back - unfasten them for extra directional edge. Let the curved hem sit loosely over deep-indigo jeans at the weekend.
For AW17 Palmer//Harding perfects the statement shirt with precise cuts and clever details. This white cotton-poplin design is cut to a roomy silhouette and enhanced by a line of buttons that runs along the sleeves and across the back - unbutton it to reveal a slither of skin. Team it with soft neutral trousers for a workweek look with a contemporary twist.
The asymmetric hemline and slit sleeves on this navy stretch-cotton dress are evidence of Palmer//Harding's supreme tailoring ability. It's crafted with a neat point collar and flattering panels across the bodice that draw attention to the waist while the skirt is cut on an angle from the mid-thigh to create a swinging silhouette. Amp up the casual-luxe feel with satin slides.
Palmer//Harding's tonal-blue and white striped cotton shirt is a typically dramatic reworking of a classic - note the exaggerated asymmetric waterfall step hem that cascades down the back. It has a round neck and double-length button-fastening cuffs for a neat yet modern look and the loose shape can be cinched with the optional ivory ribbon waist tie. Wear it over voluminous striped trousers for an unexpected take on smart dressing.
Despite its typically avant-garde tailoring Palmer//Harding's tonal-blue and white striped cotton shirt is surprisingly wearable. The long balloon sleeves are crafted with coordinating buttons to secure the cut-out sides and it finishes in a curved step hem that is split at the sides. Tuck it into an asymmetric skirt as part of a contemporary evening look.
Despite only launching in 2012 Palmer//Harding's voluminous shirts are already legendary. This one is crafted from white stretch cotton-blend poplin to a slim collarless silhouette and enhanced with billowing balloon sleeves - note how they are sliced at the sides for added movement. Leave a couple of the golden buttons undone for a relaxed appearance.
Palmer//Harding's off-the-shoulder dress has a feminine fluidity that contrasts perfectly with the dramatic silhouette. It's crafted from a navy light-blue and white striped cotton-blend - a nod to the label's signature shirting - and shaped with a black strap detail across the V-neck dropped shoulder seams and an exaggerated waterfall hem. Balance the oversized loose fit with slender sock boots.
A featured piece from the AW17 runway collection Palmer//Harding's rose-pink cape demonstrates the duo's talent for elegant distortion. It's crafted from mid-weight cotton and wool-blend twill and shaped with deep armhole slits and a dramatic swooping hem. Surprisingly easy to wear it layers over a range of tops and the addition of a waist-defining belt is optional.