Master Prairie Chic With These Three Aussie Labels

Move over Bohemian Chic, it’s almost 2020, and Prairie Chic is here.

Thanks to talented Australian designers like SIR The Label, Spell and The Gypsy Collective, and Lee Mathews, you can master prairie chic like a true outback babe.

Read on for all the reasons we love these women-owned labels.

Prairie Chic with SIR the Label

SIR makes a good case for sporting prairie chic style all year round. To say we are obsessed with their laid back Aussie vibe would be an understatement. From detailed and crisp white lace sets to the chicest jumpsuits we’ve ever seen. You’re sure to find something fitting for your next occasion from this cult Aussie label.

boho prairie style by sir the label

Did we mention their knits are to die for? Hello cozy sweater season.

Bottom line, you can’t really go wrong with anything from Aussie label SIR. So grab a glass of organic chardonnay and start scrolling

Prairie meets Boho with Spell and the Gypsy Collective

Founded by two sisters in the idyllic beach town of Byron Bay, Spell and The Gypsy Collective is an Aussie label that will have you feeling like a magical boho babe all year round.

Their newest collection adds a twist of Prairie chic to their traditionally boho vibe – and it’s all we want to wear for fall.

Spell and The Gypsy Collective boho style

Spell’s vintage inspired prints and flowy styles are colorful statement pieces that bring a little wanderlust to any outfit. We especially love their maxi-dresses paired with a sleek bootie for fall.

Free Spirited -But Make It Fashion.

For a artsy take on prairie chic, look no farther than Aussie designer Lee Mathews. Mathew’s dresses are the statement pieces you never knew you needed for that thing your going to – until now.

Lee Mathews. Master Bohemian Chic Style.

The designer’s distinct painterly viewpoint gives the label an ultra sophisticated take on prairie chic and we can’t get enough.  Paired with ultra modern draping and delicate feminine details – a piece from this Aussie label does all the talking for you. 

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