Rat & Boa S/S17 Collection: Confessions Of A Wildflower

Rat & Boa was born out of a desire to create fashion pieces that are missing from your wardrobe and not offered in mainstream branded stores. Created by friends Valentina Muntini and Stephanie Cara Bennett. The brand image is a representation of both of their individual, unique, contrasting styles and personalities. 

Channelling their creative energy and imagination Rat & Boa is a voice for their vision. Inspired by their shared adventures they work closely together translating their ideas and unique designs.

Rat & Boa is for the bold, the spirited and the experimental it provides statement items to express yourself from the inside out. With a strong focus on styling and imagery every picture tells a story. A testimony to their friendship. 
Rat & Boa is a meeting of minds, a lifestyle & a labour of love.
Rat & Boa Spring/Summer 17 Collection:
Rat & Boa Spring/Summer 17 collection: Confessions of a wildflower exudes and possesses an undeniable femininity effortless seduction with a romance touch, bohemian luxe vibe and flirty feel to it. With bespoke garments crafted from 100% devoré silk. 
The new collection includes mini ruffled spring dresses in playful floral prints with off the shoulder rouche, frou frou frills in different vibrant colours. A Co-ord set in striking turquoise floral devoré silk velvet which includes a long bell sleeved blouse tied at the front matched with high waisted shorts in the same print.  A Leather black bralet and mini skirt. A Hand crafted crotchet maxi dress in black. A Lilac netted dress made from sheeny yarn covered in iridescent turquoise sequins. A Fuchsia pink 90s classic floral print backless elegant maxi dress & more.
Shop their S/S17 collection now on their website now...
Viola Dress £135
Santina Dress £80
Frida Dress £135
Knox Leather Bralet £65
Gabi Top £75
Issa Shorts £56
Athena Dress £195
Soleil Dress £85
Esta Dress £55
Christo Dress £80
Kiki Dress £120
Lola Leather Skirt £130
Zinnia Dress £150
Mila Dress £85

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