These Pieces From C/MEO Collective Won't Stay in Stock

C/MEO Collective is known for affordable yet quality pieces, and its designs always seem to nail the idea around simplicity and clean lines. Established in 2010, the Adelaide-based label has continually grown as a favourite go-to for everything from cocktail attire to chic work wear. 

An original C/MEO Collective style that has been dominating the feeds of Australian influencers this year has been the range of pieces featuring black and white stitching, which includes wrap dresses, flared pants, and fluted skirts and dresses. Stephanie Robertson from Fashion Bunker says the items have had to be restocked and have been incredibly popular. Looking at the number of Australian It girls sharing their styling of the pieces, it's easy to see why. It also seems head designer of the label, Siham Elmawey, clearly has amazing direction for the brand going forward.

Keep scrolling to see the looks and to shop the items through Fashion Bunker before they sell out again.

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Lara Burnell
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Who's your style icon? 

Jenny Walton. She has a quirky, French, feminine style I adore. She mixes designer, vintage, high street really well and isn’t afraid of colour and print. My style board on Pinterest is full of street style images from her at fashion week events.

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@unconditionalmagazine, @ilona_hamer, @thefatjewish, @glossier, @giorgiatordini

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My vintage red tartan jacket. It's timeless and bold. I love wearing it with a red matte lipstick. 

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Any '70s playlist will do!