Australian label, Natasha, gives you a taste of what’s to come with their Spring/Summer 13 resort collection, Endless Summer.



The name itself paints the perfect picture of the sultry Australian summer, that is my favourite season.


Sand in between your toes. Salt-encrusted lips that glistens in the sun. Waves of your tousled, ocean hair. Curves of your favourite vintage swimsuit. Aloe Vera on your skin. That spiral seashell you found on the beach when you were 5. Of love and of loss. Coconut lotion and body butter. Footprints and dusty photographs.  


These are the things I dream of when I think of summer.



Endless Summer encapsulates the slowly, unwinding season with its loose fitted, relaxed silhouettes paired with eclectic prints and soft fabrics.


The tribal-esque collection features quirky, bold prints on long, strappy maxi dresses, summer ‘over coats’ and loose harem pants that are perfect for those hot, beach days but also fitting for those wine infused luncheons.


One of my favourite looks from the collection is the purple Snake Print Pant that adds a modern twist to the classic bohemian look. Paired with a simple black bikini top, or a loose, white tee, these pants can go from daytime to night in just a matter of the setting sun. I also love the bold print, complete and utterly fearless – something you don’t get a lot of in resort wear.



Another favourite is the Aztec Trim Playsuit, a well tailored one piece that features a stunning criss-cross back with a tribal pattern lining on the edges and waist. I always love playsuits because they are so easy to wear and they look effortlessly chic when you find the right one. This is the right one. 



Capturing the essence of a perfect season of sunshine and saltwater, Endless Summer is one collection you absolutely must pack with you in your suitcase these holidays.


You can find more of Natasha’s collection here

About The Author

Anne Hasegawa

Anne is the fashion editor at Couturing. A Melbourne born, internationally bred girl with a passion for all things creative, she is also a hobbie photographer and explorer when she's not trapped in her reverie of dreams and visions. A creative wunderkind who is as intense as Yayoi Kusama's installations, Anne dreams of Mancini's Moon River and one day hopes to live in her own Golightly loft.

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