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17 December 2012

Blogger Style Series: Chinti and Parker


To kick off their time on the Brownsfashion.com blog, Chinti and Parker's co-founder Anna Singh shares her  ultimate festive wish list. 


Starting from the top of the tree and working down, I’m hoping Santa will bring the following:






1. Slouchy Breton T in bluebird with watermelon patch pocket; a signature Chinti piece in super soft organic cotton, but updated in fresh ss13 colours. Coming soon...

2. Slouchy Boatneck Knit in spring green and grey; I love the sharp green stripes set against classic grey marl with this cashmere sweater. A great winter-spring transition piece. 

3. Flannel Grandad Shirt; this has been one of the biggest hits of the season thanks to its cool boyfriend cut and warmth factor. 

4. Star Sweater in navy and cream; Arguably our trophy intarsia sweater, this cashmere icon is ideal for jazzing up jeans or pairing with a cocktail skirt and heels for those chilly winter soirées. 

5. Breton Dress in navy and watermelon with contrast cuffs; every woman should own a breton dress, they’re just so versatile and can be styled up or down for year-round wear. Coming soon...

6. Rainbow Heart T; you can’t help but fall in love with this gorgeous cotton T. Its tiny love heart print in rainbow colours is whimsical in essence, and chic in practice. Coming soon...

7. Worsted Cashmere cardi with contrast pocket; this slinky lightweight cashmere cardigan is beautifully long and elegant. It’s a piece you return to time and again for its flattering shape and incredible feel. 

8. Flannel Shirt Dress; in much the same way as the Flannel Grandad Shirt, this piece has been a handsdown style hit thanks to its flattering shape, cool boyfriend style and cosy fabric. 

9. Slouchy Breton T in light grey and cream; just to reiterate how essential this piece is, I’m asking for multiple colourways this Christmas. Refer to fig 1.  Coming soon...


Edited by Anna Singh co-founder, Chinti and Parker

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