I am in love with this bohemian Australian label, below is some information on them some photos I discovered on Tuula Vintage

Fleetwood Mac once sang “dreams unwind, love’s a state of mind”… Auguste is the fusion of both.
The label pays homage to Designer Ebony Eagle’s youth spent in the sun-drenched, salt-stained haze of Byron Bay. Designed for the one with the moon on her mind and salt water in her soul, The Auguste signature aesthetic is the love-child of recognisable statement prints, soft, dreamy separates and feminine and floaty silhouettes. 
A mix of wrap dresses, printed basics, soft skimming skirts and delicate day dresses are designed around the philosophy “wear what makes you feel beautiful’. The Auguste Girl curates her world through seeking an authentic beauty… In the places she wanders through, the daydreams in her head and the fabric draped across her skin.
Shoes are optional. Sparkling eyes, a little moonlight grooving and Stevie Nicks are highly recommended.
Gypsy souls, welcome home.


Wearing: Auguste The Label worn throughout.

1/ Muse Maxi Dress in Khaki Magnolia.  2/ Boheme’s Baby Maxi Dress in Black Gingam.  3/ The Muse Maxi Dress in Autumn Bloom.  4/ 70’s Angel Shirt.  5/ Boheme Goddess Maxi Dress in Texan Bloom Midnight.

I’ve just spent a week exploring and shooting in Byron Bay with one of my favourite local labels Auguste The LabelAuguste’s pieces invoke so much of the effortless, carefree and considerate lifestyle that the labels hometown of Byron Bay is known for.

Although it is technically winter here in the Southern Hemisphere, the sun and moon were both full and kept us company while standing under waterfalls, climbing trees, finding our favourite spots in town and chasing the sunset through the rolling hills. I have felt eerily connected to Byron Bay each time I have visited, and would love nothing more than a quiet cottage in the Hinterland one day. Thank you Auguste for making so many beautifully magic pieces to feel at home here in.

See more of my Auguste Edit on their site here.

Photos by Melissa Findley