Palmer Harding Clothing For Women
Levi Palmer and Matthew Harding specialise in innovative tailoring - which is what this point-collar cotton-poplin shirt represents. Cut to a sculptural silhouette with button-fastening dropped-shoulder seams long dolman sleeves and a waterfall step hem it reveals small flashes of skin while remaining sophisticated. Layer it over a nude skirt for a contemporary neutral look.
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.
Palmer//Harding continues to redefine the rules of shirting for Resort 2018. This supersized cotton-poplin shirt is patterned with blue and white banker stripes and cut to slope softly off the shoulders with asymmetric buttons leading to the deconstructed hem. Balance the silhouette with slim tonal trousers and amp up the impact with statement gold earrings.
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.
Exclusive to MATCHESFASHION.COM Palmer//Harding's navy shirt is an effortlessly modern choice for the beach. It's cut to an o versized shape with wide sleeves and a side-slit step hem that will flow as you walk. A small point collar and slip pockets at the chest nod to the label's shirting nous. Let yours billow over neutral swimwear on vacation.
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.
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.
The textured cloqué texture of Palmer//Harding's stretch-cotton Serra trousers strikes a wonderful contrast against the sky-blue and white striped pattern. They're cut to a high-rise silhouette to define the smallest part of your frame then fall into wide legs that are cropped at the ankle. Layer them under the label's modern shirting as part of a bold edit with block-heel mules.
Palmer//Harding's slate-blue cotton-blend point-collar shirt is a fine example of the label's bold approach to proportion. It's made from white and navy-dot fil coupé crepon and shaped with signature button-fastening dropped-shoulder seams that lead to long voluminous sleeves and an extended square step hem. Let it fall over straight-leg trousers and complete your look with mules for a contemporary finish.
Palmer//Harding is well-known for its alternative take on shirting. A fine example this point-collar version is crafted from baby-pink cotton-chambray and features button-fastening dropped-shoulder seams that anchor oversized sleeves. Note the contrasting ochre-yellow grosgrain trim alongside the placket and on the edges of the waterfall step hem. For a directional feel pair yours with a midi skirt and leather mules.
For SS18 Palmer//Harding has further deconstructed its adjustable-sleeve step-hem shirt. It's crafted from blossom-pink cotton-poplin with elbow-length slit sleeves and contrasting ochre-yellow grosgrain waist ties - the front and side panels can also be unbuttoned or adjusted to alter the silhouette as you please. Opt for neutral accessories to keep it in focus.
Palmer//Harding has put its signature spin on the classic pinstripe shirt for SS18. Still crisp this version is served with spliced shoulders an extended fluted hem oversized button-fastening cuffs and a front panel that can be undone to reveal the garment that lies beneath. Wear it with contrasting striped trousers for avant-garde appeal.
Palmer//Harding approaches the shirt like a piece of art. This collarless step-hem style is constructed from lightweight white stretch-cotton and has a button-fastening front and white grosgrain ties that can be secured for a perfect fit. Adjust the buttons at the sleeves to create a slightly puffed shape and pair it with cropped wide-leg trousers and modern mules.
Easy-to-wear fabrics and distinctive silhouettes define the Palmer//Harding aesthetic and this blue cotton maxi skirt follows suit. It has a light voluminous shape that's boldly detailed with blue white and red stripes and is slit at the front and sides to reveal a navy cotton-poplin mini-skirt layer underneath. Team it with a crisp white blouse with fluted sleeves to balance the proportions.
Palmer//Harding elevates shirting to a wearable art form as this tonal-blue white and red striped cotton-poplin style demonstrates. It has a pussybow neck tie that hangs loosely over the deep V-neck elbow-length sleeves that end in oversized bell cuffs and a curved step-hem with side slits for a relaxed fit. Balance the generous proportions with slim-leg trousers and chunky platforms.
Exclusive to MATCHESFASHION.COM Palmer//Harding's white kaftan encapsulates modern minimalism. It's crafted to a classic silhouette that's refreshed with a slightly flared hem and slit along the sides for breezy movement. Slip it over a white bikini adding easy slides for walks along the coast.
These forest-green velvet trousers were a welcome anchor to the dramatic Texas landscape-inspired silhouettes that dominated Palmer//Harding's AW17 runway. They're crafted to a flattering high-rise elasticated waist that flatters the smallest part of your frame then fall into long loose legs that are bound to swish with every step. Style them with the brand's signature waterfall shirt for a striking finish.
Play with proportions this season in Palmer//Harding's golden olive-green culottes. They're cut from cotton-twill that lends a touch of structure to the wide cropped legs and finished with ruffled cuffs that flounce around the calves. Dial up the drama with one of the label's supersized shirts.
For Resort 2018 Palmer//Harding continues to play with proportions crafting reworked shirts like this light-blue and yellow striped cotton-poplin design. Asymmetric buttons and canvas straps further skew the scaled-up silhouette while short slit-open cuffs keep the proportions in balance. Let it flow freely over cropped khaki trousers for the strongest result.
There's a poetic quality to Palmer//Harding's white stretch cotton-blend poplin shirt. It's cut to a sculptural silhouette that is anchored by a neat point collar and button-down placket before falling into an enchanting waterfall step hem. Note how the coordinating white sateen side tie defines the waist. Try layering it over patterned tailoring for a fresh finish.
Look to Palmer//Harding's deconstructed take on tailoring to inflect looks with modern ease. This deep-navy shirt is crafted from cotton with an ochre-brown and white striped-jacquard and cut to a loose silhouette with long sleeves that end in oversized cuffs and an asymmetric side placket that falls past the fluted hem. Pair it with jeans and loafers for a twist on off-duty styling.
Palmer//Harding's structured silhouettes add a feminine edge to refined tailoring. This baby-pink shirt is crafted from oxford-cotton cut for a loose fit and shaped with a detachable necktie and elbow-length sleeves that end in oversized asymmetric-draped cuffs. Continue the play on proportions with a fluted skirt and slides.
Palmer/Harding's oversized deconstructed white shirt is a bold reinterpretation of the staple style. Throwing out the rule book this piece has a fluid asymmetric fluted hem that unbuttons to let a slither of fabric loose depending on how you want to style it. Echo the two-tone stripes with matching trousers and flatform sliders.
Breakthrough shirting brand Palmer Harding makes an impact with this oversized asymmetric pink shirt. The deconstructed aesthetic is a signature move from the shirting specialists as well as the bold fluted hem and lightweight cotton-Oxford fabric. Pared-down white flats and a clutch will make a soft pairing to this striking piece.
Palmer//Harding continues to subvert classic ideals of shirting with avant-garde renditions like this pink off-the-shoulder version. It's cut from cotton and wool-blend to languidly drape over the shoulders and cascade to the waterfall hem while off-kilter buttons punctuate. Wear it as part of a directional look with cream trousers and tactile slides.
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.
Birds-flocked black cotton-blend poplin and a coordinating velvet tie brings an enchantingly gothic mood to Palmer//Harding's signature waterfall shirt. It's supremely crafted to a collarless silhouette with long sleeves and a button-down placket before falling into an asymmetric fluttering step hem. Opt for neutral-tone trousers for a heightened contrast.
Palmer//Harding's open-back wool jacket beautifully showcases the brand's eye for dramatic silhouettes and unconventional tailoring. Innovatively designed with a button-fastening yoke the dropped shoulder seams emphasise the loose-fitting cut while the slanted side slip pockets and curved hem are reminiscent of a more traditional design. Pair it with a waterfall hem shirt and suede ankle boots.
Palmer//Harding's off-kilter shirting will breathe new life into your workweek wardrobe. This navy-blue gold and white striped dress is cut with a wrap-style top and a helter-skelter skirt that floats around the mid-calf. Team it with chunky brogues now switching to stacked sandals come warmer weather.
Palmer//Harding continues its sophisticated reinterpretation of the staple shirt with this light-blue and mustard-yellow striped iteration. The voluminous silhouette is served with an asymmetric collar and a curved hem and can be cinched at the waist with the optional self-fastening tie. Temper the cascading form by pairing it with slim-fitting trousers and stiletto pumps.
Palmer//Harding's light-blue and white striped cotton shirt feels totally wearable. It's crafted in Italy with a collarless V-neckline and long sleeves shaped with extended disjointed panels that fasten with a button to ensure they hold their shape. Layer it over a slinky ribbed sweater and straight trousers for a modern play on proportions.
Exclusive to MATCHESFASHION.COM Palmer//Harding's breezy white midi dress will take you seamlessly from boardwalk to beach. It's crafted with buttons that run from the round neckline and swirls around the shins with a side-slit hemline. Slip it over a white bikini adding artisanal accessories for exploring new locations.
Palmer//Harding re-imagines the shirt for AW17 imbuing the edgy ethereal edge the label is known for. Shaped to a key off-the-shoulder silhouette this black wool-voile design is detailed with a draped side and back panel and fastens via a centre-front button placket. Wear it to elevate your autumn roster.
Straight off the AW17 runway Palmer//Harding's moss-green velvet cape is shaped with a point collar deep armhole slits and generous volume through the body. It makes a perfect topper for autumn's off-kilter skirts and easily bridges the day-to-evening divide.
Exclusive to MATCHESFASHION.COM Palmer//Harding's long-line white linen shirt is a distinctly modern alternative to typical beach styles. Beautifully tailored with a classic point collar and cuffs it falls loosely over the body into a curved step hem - note how the back panel skims along the calves. Shrug it over your swimwear and sandals as a lunchtime cover-up.
Palmer//Harding's expert cutting technique gives these Serra navy brown and white striped woven cotton trousers unique impact. They're cut to sit high on the waist with slender front pleats and fall to wide legs that are shaped with angular seams that stretch up from the cuffs to create diagonal panels. Wear them with a simple black T-shirt to temper the directional silhouette.
The folded pleats featured across the hem of these navy cotton-twill Serra trousers nod to Palmer//Harding's tailoring background. They're shaped with a high-rise waist that cinches the smallest part of your frame before falling into wide legs that are cropped just above the ankle. Style them as an anchor to a commanding daytime ensemble with an oversized shirt and trainers.
palmer//harding's tie-waist cotton shirt embodies designers Levi Palmer and Matthew Harding's flair for asymmetric silhouettes with slouchy appeal that still flatter the figure. It's made from mid-weight light-pink cotton with a point collar and button-fastening cropped sleeves. High on the waist the cut loosens into a cone shape and dips at the back for a waterfall finish. Team it with earthy culottes and loafers to complete the look.
Palmer//harding's sculptural silhouettes are inflected with feminine touches like this sky-blue April dress. It's crafted from cotton-blend seersucker patterned with white stripes and cut with elbow-length sleeves that feature turned-up flared cuffs and extended panels at the shoulder seams and the placket. The slim-fitting shape accentuates the waist with gathering from the seams and has a curved dip hem. For a bohemian-tinted finish add a straw bag and flat sandals.
Palmer//harding proves that the shirt is anything but basic with this light-blue cotton-blend chambray style. It's designed with a dipped hem that falls below the knees and has self ties at the waist for subtle structure. Keep the textural white dobby dots in focus with your favourite denim and box-fresh trainers.