Current Trends for Spring/Summer 2014
- clean minimal look
- lay back silhouette
- architectural oversized shoulders
- ruffle sleeves and hems
- tulip shapes
- cinched in waists
- cut outs
- crop style tops with the midriff exposed
- sheer flowing fabrics
- raw and luxurious fabrics
- varying hem lengths from short, to knee to midi
- toeless boots
Colours – Emerald green, yellow, bold orange and pink, lime green, neutrals and cobalt blue.
Monochromatic -The clean, modern minimalism of black and white looks ultra-chic in striped, digital-print and block colored combos. Use white to highlight your favorite features and black to hide your trouble spots.
Bold Prints – Get surreal in geometric, psychedelic, digital and art nouveaux prints to look wild and jazzy.
Denim – Comes alive in brights of sunset orange, red, emerald green and cobalt blue. Team with a striped blazer or tee.
White on White – A go to look that is fresh for a modern minimalist look on hot summer days.
Leather – A staple with sporty t-shirts, cross-over jackets and body-hugging trousers in soft neutrals and perennial black. Leather detailing is also sharp with cut outs and panels.
Sports luxe – Sporty separates including slouchy tees, drawstring waists, and softy tailored jackets. Dresses and tops have rounded dropped shoulders in fresh new scuba fabrics.
Peplums – Make the most of a neat waist in this favourite. Look fashion forward with skinny pants or a pencil skirt.
Bohemian – A 70’s vibe looks new with free spirited maxi skirts and dresses in digital folksy prints.
Leopard – Leopard prints are popular in neutrals and pastel hued tones in tops and dresses.
Spots – Perfect polkas dots always look smart or try the new unevenly spaced, spots. Spots look rather arty when imperfectly finished or raised in texture by using applique or beading.