Joan Eardley's city and country inspire new Thought pieces

Model for Thought

The new pieces from ethics fashion brand Thought are taking a different turn from a lot of the autumnal styles we're seeing right now – their muted colours have an airier feel with drapey fabrics and painterly patterns, inspired by the work of British artist Joan Eardley.

The stand-out piece is the Tencel Falkirk tunic (£69.90, below) which features an exclusive print in a gorgeous kingfisher hue – perfect with skinny jeans or tucked into a pencil skirt. The style of Eardley's Glasgow paintings has also been emulated in a fox red dress and top, both in smooth hemp.

Thought Joan Eardley tunic

Thought's City Nature trio takes inspiration from the more organic shapes in the artist's paintings, in a skirt, a long-sleeved top and a super-versatile shirt dress (pictured top).

As a founding partner of the Ethical Fashion Forum, Thought says its clothes are made ethically from sustainable materials.

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