Try our wooden-armed frames
See the forest AND the trees
Autumn is on its way and we have the perfect accessory to help you grow some roots in preparation for your cosy hibernation.
Wooden-armed frames. Just think of the sideways glances you'll get on the street with passers by craving a closer look at those real mahogany, hand-crafted arms.
But don't go thinking it's all side-on action: there's a party at the front too! The Green Tea are a refreshing crystal brew, or, if you prefer some leopard-print grrr, try the Purtree. The Yabby will be a faithful grey staple for your wardrobe but the Inky Fool are simply metalicious.
Yabbies - An Aussie staple to pair with almost every outfit.
Not as exotic looking as their fellow saltwater crustaceans, the common freshwater yabby is a tough Aussie staple.
Christo - Art-critic pleasers as mahogany arms meet wine crystal frames.
Christo Javacheff was one of the artists responsible for the project Wrapped Coast – One Million Square Feet, Little Bay, Sydney, Australia, 1968-69. Two-and-a-half kilometres of coast and cliffs up to 26 metres high were shrouded in fabric and rope, transforming the landscape into a magnificent Arctic coastline.
Purtree - Purrrfect for your animal instincts.
What do you get when you cross a cat and an evergreen coniferous?
Green Tea - Relax and unwind in these fresh frames.
Life can be stressful, but we find wearing these frames, and a pot of green tea, soon has you chilled and ready to face anything.
Inky Fool - Can't decide between modern and retro? Try this pairing of metal and wood.
Madeleine's favourite blog 'The Inky Fool' is about etymology. Flummoxed?