Staff Styling: Labour Day
What The Koy Crew Are Wearing Over Labour Day Long Weekend
Whether you’ve booked a trip away, attending a back yard bbq or soaking the last of the suns rays at the lake - the last weekend of vacay calls for a few stylish looks. If you need some inspiration, here the Koy Crew have shared the pieces they're planning on wearing.
Who ever said camping is far from fashion, is far from being right! You can look chic, and still start a campfire all at the same time. I prefer to be comfortable, and the comfort rib collection is exceptional in its feel, fit and functionality. To pair, I like to have options and because the forecast is looking very toasty - I'll be sticking it in with my Buzios Crop Tank Top for pop of earthy color. With camping; less is more so choose tops and bottoms that can be worn in many ways, interchangeably and that can be packed and unpacked without the need of an iron.
Head of Product Development
While everyone else is heading out of town, I'll be making the most of my rooftop pool. I plan on lounging around, sipping on sparkling water (ok, Prosecco....you got me) and catching up with my girlfriends. An easy to wear Flamenco Kaftan or Buzios Tiered Dress never fails to look chic, while the pink adds a fun pop of color that matches my personality perfectly! Girly yet sophisticated.
Sales & Product Assistant
I'll be in Barcelona for the last hurrah of Summer. As it is incredibly hot in Spain at the moment - and I'll be travelling around, the lighter the clothing the better. The Miami Split Leg Pants are PERFECT for lounging around at the beach and strolling around for places to eat, shop and see. I will for certain be wearing them with this cute Bond-Eye set, Sandals and lovely necklace I got from Abel (a wonderful brand that supports women artisans and their craft). For a night out on the town, I plan on wearing the Laguna Henley Dress as its super functional and can be worn for travel too!
Founder - CEO
I have spent every weekend on the boat this Summer, so why stop now? With boating, you face the unpredictability of the elements, so it is best to pack pieces that you can take on and off as the weather is changing. I like to mix and match, and also prefer to wear fuss-free fabric that can withstand the wind and a little splash of water. I will be reaching for the Miami Big Shirt Dress (a staple) paired over this cute Sealevel one piece I recently picked up. For an evening outfit change as we dock the boat, the Miami Tie Front top paired with the Miami Pant as dusk is brisk and the mosquitos come out of hiding.