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Obus women's clothing creates a subtle sense of style

Add some beautiful, ready-to-wear styles to your wardrobe with Obus Clothing. Women all over Australia love the travel-inspired fashion that's perfect for casual and smart wear.

Australian-born clothing brand Obus was created by Kylie Zerbst almost 20 years ago. Her and her team design fashion that is both beautiful and practical. The brand uses natural fibres and exclusively designed prints for high quality, original garments. The graphic patterns are also a great way to introduce a pop of colour to your casual look.

Manufactured in Melbourne, the brand is Australian through and through, helping the local economy and market.

Material

Obus prides itself on using natural fabrics such as cotton and silk to produce its beautiful range of women's dresses. The benefit of wearing natural materials is that they are breathable and don't cling to the skin. The materials feel great against the body, too, so you'll feel comfortable all day long.

Dresses

Obus dresses are mainly designed for casual wear. The brand is inspired by travel and so its dresses come in loose, comfortable fits that are perfect for throwing on when you're on the go.

The unstructured fits make the dresses lightweight and breathable, meaning that you'll stay cool and comfy while on the go, whether you are travelling or spending the day doing something fun. Mini styles are great for a more flirty and fun look on the go, and maxi lengths are perfect for your beach wardrobe. If you're not sure what length will suit you, you can't go wrong with a knee-length dress, the most universally flattering skirt length.

If you're looking for something to flatter your curves, browse the Obus clothing for a dress with a more nipped-in waist to show off your shape and skim over your hips.

For the full travelling look, team an Obus top with sandals, sunnies and a big handbag with room for all of your travel essentials.

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