Whenever I step into the soft muslin and muted natural tones of Jen’s Pirate Booty, I am whisked away to a world of limitless turquoise oceans and warm white sands underfoot.
Their undemandingly romantic pieces perfectly capture the modern gypsy heart, and the traditional fabrics and processes that underpin the brand always shine through in an effortlessly flowing feminine glory. Made by hand in Mexico, the USA and other artisan communities around the world, each piece is produced fairly and sustainably with love, patience and passion; the label’s founder Jen truly knows how to celebrate the magic and individuality of every modern goddess and once you step into her world it’s only natural to feel beautiful.
And what better setting to explore two of my favourite pieces and their inherently liberating and organic designs than in this most magical winter greenhouse, tucked away in a mystical Sussex garden, dancing with the young citrus trees and the optimistic promise of spring in the horizon…
Black navajo dress and white button down dress: Jen’s Pirate Booty
Jeans: Mih Jeans
Navajo bracelet: Jessie Western