Thursday night saw the unveiling of Radelaide label So It Goes' new summer collection.
Revealed at their 'Sip and Shop' night, designer Kate Anderson's latest collection unveiled clean-cut casual looks the brand is synonymous for.
Pleats follow us into the summer months as a favourite trend, as well as a much less structured, relaxed shape to most pieces - so you don't have to sweat in tight pieces this new year (can we get an amen?)
So It Goes has been enjoying a year of success since their ready to wear collections launched at the Adelaide Fashion Festival in 2015. All the looks provided in the piece are available to buy on the So It Goes website. So go shop local if you know what good for you!
All images provided from the So It Goes website.
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