The Fifth Label Stay With Me Tank & The Fifth Label Don't Go Away Pant c/o Lockwood Style, Janessa Leone Paul Hat , F21 Western Ways Bootie (see similar styles below), PacSun Army Jacket (see similar styles below), Druse Rose Quarts necklace c/o CL3VR, House of Harlow Ascension Pendant Necklace c/o Rocksbox, AJ Morgan Hunny Bunny Sunnies
Photos by: Corinne Louie Photography
Although I work in fashion retail and blog about fashion, I honestly don't come across as many opportunities as you may think to really chat about upcoming fashion labels I'm truly excited about, hence "Brand Spotlight" being born!
I've had a major crush on Aussie labels like Cameo, Finders Keepers, MinkPink, Quay & Keepsake for years, all lines you may already be familiar with, but there are two up and coming lines on the rise that I've fallen in lust with and in today's post, I'll be sharing one of them will you! Awww, yeah! Keeping my readers in the "fashion-know"! ;)
I'm sure we can all appreciate the versatility of a basic dress, tee and bottoms, but fit & quality can be a complete game changer. I promise, a great basic will make your outfit appear even more put together, make you look and feel great, and usually have increased longevity in comparison to mediocre basics that disintegrate after a handful of washes. I know a tee that embodies all of these characteristics can come at T by Alexander Wang prices, but if you are a young woman living in an expensive city--make that an expensive city & the fashion capital of the world-- paying private college student loans and have champagne taste with a beer pocket, you need to know about "The Fifth Label!"
The Fifth Label hones in on creating basics that fit amazingly! The quality and craftsmanship of their pieces are on point, soft to the touch, and each piece is designed with wearability in mind, keeping the color palette of the line focused on neutrals with a few muted prints in the mix. A large percentage of their line embodies a laid-back, cool, effortless vibe, with a few surprise elements in design, which keeps the line fresh & current. They also have really beautifully done statement pieces that can easily be transformed from day to night, allowing you to get maximum wear of virtually any & all of the pieces in their collection. On top of all of these great traits, in my opinion, you simply cannot beat the price point. A single piece from an awesome Aussie label can easily run you $150+, but these rad Fifth Label leatherette pants & perfect-fitting Fifth Label Tee cost me less than $150 combined! I'm not kidding when I tell you that I've already gotten so much bang for my buck with how often I reach for these two pieces.
If you're all about being comfortable, yet still aim to look put together, promise me you'll check out The Fifth Label!