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3rd Story Easy-to-wear Casual Clothing

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For the everyday wardrobe, 3rdstory creates easy-to-wear shapes and layering pieces, adding colours and designs to "collection" pieces.

3rd Story never overstocks and only produces in modest, sustainable quantities to support orders.


All the packaging materials used are recyclable, and boxes are reused indefinitely. The offices and warehouses use hydroelectricity for power to reduce their environmental impact. 3rd Story seeks to minimise its footprint on the environment wherever possible.


You will find a range of jeans, joggers, tops, dresses, jackets, and hoodies on the website that have unique styles. Check out the new arrivals. The garments are designed in Melbourne and made of the best quality cotton on the market, and small, independently owned factories ethically make every piece.

In this photo, I'm wearing a banded stripe jogger in a medium for $79.95, and the fit is excellent, and comfort passed my test. I paired it with Tiana Eagle Glory Tee Ink for $64.95. Also another great fit, and I like the eagle. This tee shirt has a longer back and is a loose fit.

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I chose the Austin tee because of the colour; I'm mad about this colour, green (leaf). Again, it has a longer back than the front, and the fabric on all the clothing has a nice feel.

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The day I took these photos was cold for a November day, and the Alicia Sweater in Storm Blue is not only cozy and comfortable, it is warm!


Disclaimer: This post is a collaboration with 3rd Story and Sydney Chic. Deb Carr was gifted the clothing to review. We only publish things we approve and like on Sydney Chic.


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