For a classic influence, wear this Bainha skirt with a vintage chambray shirt, and blue blazer. Wear your hair back in a casual ponytail, and big brown sunglasses. Look like you wake up with style.
Redol’s Purple Pleated Skirt
The quest for that perfect color has lead us to very interesting places. In looking for a special purple, we considered a passage by Portuguese writer Alves Redol, when he described Constantino, the shepherd and dream keeper who imagined taking his sheep to a rainbow so they could graze and lay on any color they wished. For himself, he chose purple, and we created a palette based on that imagery and what it meant for us.
As our next chapter in keeping with traditional Portuguese “Azulejaria” (tile making), we brought to light the ability to combine an artistic treasure and ancient heritage, with a contemporary sense of style.
Twill, 97% cotton, 3% elastane. This twill has a special finish, making it extremely soft to the touch. Its paper density and structure are ideal to keep the pleats rigorously folded from the waist down, progressively expanding towards the bottom end, just like a "diva-skirt" from the '50s.
Wash inside-out. Machine wash 30ºC max. Dry inside out