ASOS have a soft modal midi skirt with splices in the mix as part of their eco-offering, and it’s really gorgeous. A type of rayon, modal is a semi-synthetic cellulose fibre made by spinning reconstituted cellulose. It is used alone or with other fibres (often cotton or spandex) in household items such as pyjamas or underwear, but in recent years it has started to transition into being worn for more fashionable purposes. A second generation cellulosic fibre, modal is well known for its softness; commonly described as ‘soft as a feather’ and the ‘softest fibre in the world’ – keep an eye out for this fabric as it makes a resurgence. It really soothes against your skin.
Now as always, Rokit never fails to deliver when you are on the hunt for vintage – take a look at the selection of denim vintage shirts here – ranging from £20 to £50. I actually wore a men’s shirt from their range as I prefer the loose fit they have (and often the selection is much larger). They are always updating their online store so check back regularly, you will always find a one-off piece with a story. My headwrap is by British brand Lily & Lionel, you can pick one up at The Outnet, Liberty or on the website here.