The moody, ethereal sounds of Marika Hackman's debut album, We Slept At Last, feel freshly modern and strangely familiar all at once. On repeat listens, tune into the incorporation of old-world instruments, layered vocals and electronic influences, partly in thanks to A-list producer Charlie Andrews (he worked magic on Alt-J's first record). That collision between old and new is what made us fall in love with this denim shirtdress, too. Those hard lines? Structured, but not stuffy. Paired with sandals and a market tote, it's your late spring wardrobe to a tee.
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