These tops are made from luxurious Tencel twill. They feature a flattering rounded neckline and rounded hem. They are the perfect length to wear with jeans or they can be worn tucked in!
We offer sizes 6 to 22.
Our garments are true to size.
Our model is wearing a size 14.
For more details, please refer to the size chart on our website.
We have carefully chosen Tencel as our fabric for this range of garments as it offers luxurious drape, exquisite softness, and best of all, is less prone to wrinkles! The choice of Tencel is rooted in our focus on producing high-quality, practical, and sustainable fashion.
Tencel is a plant-derived fibre using sustainably sourced wood that is manufactured in a closed-loop process. This means that the solvents used in the manufacturing process are recycled over and over again in order to minimize harmful waste. Tencel requires less water than the more conventional sustainable fabrics like cotton. Tencel is less susceptible to odorous bacteria growth and is highly breathable, making it a perfect fabric for our hot Australian summers, or for the tropical Far North of Australia, the Buildup, and the wet season!
ABOUT STREBOR CLOTHING:
Strebor is all about bright, colourful, quirky fashion prints. Strebor is for the professional, the busy mum and those who simply love colour and wearing something truly unique. Strebor is passionate about providing flattering, fashionable, fun and practical clothing for real women with real bodies, living busy lives.
Fiona and Joanna Roberts (Strebor is Roberts backwards) started Strebor Clothing back in January 2019. Both sisters trained at one of Australia’s top art schools, Adelaide Central School of Art. The sisters came together to combine their love of art, colour and fashion to produce limited edition prints in the form of clothing and accessories. Fiona is a visual arts teacher and practicing artist in Adelaide, and Joanna is a mother of two kidlets and a freelance designer living in Darwin - they truly know what it means to be busy!
Using watercolour, acrylic paint, cut-out paper collage and Photoshop, the sisters produce original, eye-catching, quirky and colourful artworks, which are then digitally printed on fabric ready for manufacturing into garments. You are not only buying a garment – you are buying a limited-edition artwork!