Peasant Top - Kashmiri Leaf
The ANJELMS Project
Who doesn't love a peasant top in the summer? With a wide drawstring neckline allowing you to wear on or off the shoulder, and ¾ raglan sleeves finished with an elasticated hem. It has a feature asymmetrical pocket feature and loosely sits on the hips to make it the ideal option to work with our wide-legged pants as well as your favourite denim cut-offs.
Kashmiri Leaf Print
Our Kashmiri leaf pattern is a celebration of the iconic print that has been travelled over centuries from its Persian origins to the European shores by the East India Company by the Silk Route in the 18th century to become a favourite even appropriated by the English under the “Paisley” name. The original droplet like motif “boteh" or “Buta” is a representation of a floral spray combined with a cypress tree, a symbol of fertility and eternity.
Hand Block Printed
Designed in Fremantle, Western Australia. Made ethically in Pushkar, India by The Stitching Project.
Mel is 182cm (6′0″) and wearing size M
Sara is 178cm (5'10") and wearing size M