Fashion World: Rumer The Label

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Rumer the Label is a fresh woman’s fashion brand based in Australia. It started in 2021 and its designs have a theme of nostalgia and romanticism in it. Its founder, Nikita Sernack puts effortless class on each piece. Furthermore, youthfulness femininity and striking and confidence make up most of its designed pieces. Apart from that, its fabric is mostly comforting linen and floral which enhances one’s sensuous nature. The brand so far has 4 collections, namely Soleil, Reverie, Romanticist and Runway. Let us now look at 3 alluring pieces we hand picked most especially for you.

LOULOU MAXI (Pictured Above)

The first dress we feature for you is this super sexy yet classy LouLou Maxi dress in black. This dress comes in several other colors namely slit, sky, white, prima and fern. It is made of 100% linen! Imagine how breathable and comfortable this dress looks and feel! In addition to that, it features a pleated front bodice with side drawstring skirt and lace up back. I can totally imagine this dress being used in various occasions such as being paired with gladiator sandals and a fedora hat to Coachella. To pair it with white heeled sandals and pearls is also ok if you are in a summer dinner party with friends or family. This design will not fail to make you look stylish and classy!


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The next stunning and unique piece we have here is this white Bronte blazer dress. This dress is made of 100% linen as well which makes it so light and plush to wear. Additionally, it features full lining, wrap front detail and faux tortoiseshell buttons. I can imagine wearing this dress both in casual and formal occasions. For a casual lunch with your friends at the latest restaurant, pair it with ballerina flats or sandals, cats eyeglasses and a chain or pearl necklace. For a more corporate or office look, you can pair this with tight fitted black trousers for a good contrast and light colored pumps. Embellished stilettos and drop earrings paired with this piece will make you stand out at a more formal event or gallery opening. This dress is as exclusive as it is versatile.


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Our third and final dress we have here is this cute and flirty Lilac Penelope halter Maxi dress. It is made of 100% polyester and its lining is made of 95% polyester and 5% spandex which makes it body hugging, giving the female form that sultry hourglass look. Furthermore it features a high neck with an open back, a button closure at the neck and a zip closure at the back waist.  It has a split at its back skirt. Additionally, its fabric is a raised rib with subtle sheen. This is the perfect summer dress when you are hanging out by the beach. Just pair it with shell jewelry and strappy sandals and you are good to go. It can also be worn with stilettos and turquoise  drop earrings for an evening pool party! It is the ultimate girly dress.

There you have it! 3 classy, gorgeous and fun styles from Rumer the Label. If you wanna check out more flirty and fun designs similar to this brand check out this feature on Sophia the Label.

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Carla Ezequiel
Carla Ezequiel is a Philosophy honor graduate with a penchant for editing, proofreading, copywriting and composing articles. She is a passionate person, especially when it comes to the Arts.
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