Rebecca Jobson, 29 years old. "Originally from a small coastal town called Wollongong, I packed my bags with stars in my eyes and headed to the big smoke where I lived in a Bondi for 7 years. Spent most of my time on busy Bondi beaches or tasting Sydney’s eats and hopping from restaurant to restaurant. Along the way I met the love of my life and I’ve now moved to a place called Yallingup, surrounded by divine beaches and nestled in the surrounds of the Margaret River wine region. I have a beautiful 3 year old daughter so most of my days are spent playing and cleaning up after the little hurricane, and running my new children’s clothing company Mini Marley."
See our full interview with Rebecca Jobson below -
See why she chose her design of the "Rebecca" bralette and how she would recommend you style it..
Where do you live?
Yallingup, Western Australia.
Where were you born?
Wollongong, NSW, Australia
What do you do for fun?
Travel, dine, escape to the beach, listen to records.
What do you do for a living?
I’m the director of a kids clothing business, Mini Marley.
Where is your favourite holiday destination?
A place called Gnarloo. It’s a remote campsite in Northern Western Australia. It’s the most magical place I have ever been. It’s off the grid so there’s no phone reception and nothing but beach days and the good life.
When you think of the perfect black bralette what comes to mind?
Something that make a woman feel wonderful. A little black silk always makes me feel sexy, but then with a bow or a little trimming to add a feminine touch to it. It’s more about making yourself feel amazing, than it is to anyone else who’s looking at you, but they will love it too.
How would you recommend your black bralette to be styled?
This one to be seen and a little bit cheeky. Let it be the hero of your outfit and wear it with a pair of jeans and a sheer silk chiffon top, or wear it with a an open back garment to show off the back detailing.
Do you prefer to wear the bralette as a fashion item or do you prefer it to be private?
I’m all for wearing it as a fashion item, women should be empowered to feel comfortable in whatever they want!
When co-designing what inspired you to choose this style and why?
I feel like I’ll put my hand up as the advocate for the itty bitty titty committee! I wanted something to be effortless and everyday, with the comfort for you to take it from day to night, but with a little pizzaz to make a girl feel extra special.
How do you want the women who buy your bralette to feel?