Rosettes by Tulle and Batiste –

I’ve been somewhat quiet, and withdrawn. Is it winter or something brewing deep inside? Winter winds keep me harboured inside. So here I haven, in uggies and filled with ennui. Rosette’s seems to be helping me along.

All the while, another retrograde is storming towards us and all those ambitious, big emotions are bubbling to the surface. Just what I needed. Rosette’s passionate, bold and empowering spirit is running deep through my veins and warming that icy winter heart. Like an old friend turning up on your doorstep, demanding to take you out for a catch up, it’s just what you need. She’s bold, bright. Some may say, on the edge of a born leader. She is all the wilder, louder, wiser, braver and more intense then any wild cat ever before her. Whilst on the verge of a better and greater existence, Rosettes encourages the flame of a lustfully wild and enchanted heart to continue on their journey.

Tulle and Batiste, the glowing flame, burning in vehement passion and gratitude of a balanced, conscientious life, well lived. There’s a beautifully etched, heartfelt message of the importance of a Sacred Sisterhood coming out of this thoughtful, slow-fashion brand. It’s connecting and liberating women in all circles of life. The rise of the feminine within our circle aiming to heal our world and deliver our most empowering message: All are welcome.

Once again, the incredibly talented designer of Tulle and Batiste; Miftahul Jannah and her dream team have created a storm of obsessive, wild love in all our bohemian hearts, with this collection. This is Rosettes; the first winter collection. From the bold and striking turquoise waters of Blue Moon to the deep moody purple hazes of Purple Potion and the more neutral, warm hues of the vintage browns of Pecan, it brings these elements together with effortless style and grace.

Rosettes is where the entrenched lovers and the deeply wild hearted feminist leopard print advocates come to meet the free spirited, floral dreamers. The energy is raw, in sync, intuited- divine.

It’s very fitting to my mood- or moods, as the case may be. A hybrid of the bold, sassy, feminist rocker, animal prints, when the storm within means business to the softer floral dream of a calm, gentle, retro, ‘make love, not war’ spirit, who needs to passively negotiate. Rosettes has the unique ability to be both, aiding the inner (and outer) balance.

The styles are thoughtful, whilst embracing the finer detail. Lace panels and trimming, tassels with tinker, gypsy bells. Multi-wear pieces; dresses that unbutton to be worn as a over jacket or duster, sleeves that roll up from long sleeves to shirt. The avid pocket groupies will praise that pockets are not a fantasy dream.

Maya Cape Maxi Dress – Blue moon
Dreamy maxi style dress details a flutter bib, elastic waist for shape and ultimate multi-wear function of unbuttoning to a duster or short sleeve over trench.
Marinus Shirt – Rosettes in Blue moon
Everyday Men’s style casual or party shirt styled with a chest pocket.

Gazelle Shirt Dress – Purple potion
Sassy shirt style dress details tie waist belt, hip pockets, billowing style 3/4 sleeves, ohh you wanted an actual shirt dress, no worries these babes are designed to unbutton and roll up to show us what your guns are made of. Gazelle unbuttons all the way down the front to a short kimono or duster jacket like robe if desired..
Maya Maxi Skirt – Pecan
Eat all the damn cake, elastic waist with waist tie, The Maya maxi skirt details those cute tinker-bells on the tassel ends of the waist tie so your children won’t lose you, she gracefully buttons down the front centre while falling ever so elegantly and bam! yes more hip pockets…

Layla Playdress – Blue Moon
The perfect casual dress, bib boho
insert panel detail, elastic waist for shape and more of the most wanted: hip pockets teamed with fluted 3/4 sleeves which also magically fold up to cap sleeve length with hidden inside tabs. Ohh I nearly forgot wait for it.. Layla unbuttons all the way down the front and there you have it friends, Layla is your next outer wear piece.
Leather Frill Jacket – Black Swan collection
Every self-confessed bourgeois bohemian needs one, staple, leather jacket of greatness. The tassel fringing edges rock and roll and that bold sass every Black Swan holds within. Soft Buttery Leather, an iconic piece your hearts been yearning for since that first festival you attended in your teens. Details biker style zips, buckles and pockets.

Khaya Wrap Frill Dress Pecan
The gracious and wildly romantic show stopper of Rosettes. Wrap style maxi dress with long slightly billowed sleeves and elastic cuffs. Khaya details feminine lace trimmings, pockets for the advocates. The tiered skirt cascades with elegance and will take you barefoot in awe of beach sunsets to the cocktail bar.
Long Sleeve Terra Cardigan – Taupe
The dreamy all round boho throw on long length cardi. The cotton and rayon blend oozes cozy winter comfort, buttons down the front with a waist tie belt, all a while you realise how hell bent we are on pockets.
Eagle Boots – Antique Brown
Vintage inspired woodstock meets biker style ankle boots, quality leather the Eagle details a cuban style wooden stacked block heel, every 70’s babe dream. The brass buckles and studs edge on a ride down the highway.

Shop Rosettes directly - Free International Shipping
 www.tulleandbatiste.com

Share your dream styling of the Rosette’s collection on Instagram and don’t forget to tag @tulleandbatiste or hashtag #tulleandbatitse Jannah and her devoted team adorn seeing their devoted customers swoon from daylight to moonlight.

Much love

Tink xx

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