Summer’s new mood | Spring Summer 19
This spring-summer we’re dreaming of windswept British shores.
A chalky palette of pastels create the mise en scène, with pops of ultra-bright blue, yellow and orange disrupting the calm.
A distinctly feminine silhouette is the common thread woven throughout the season...
With waist-emphasising belt details, free-form summer tailoring and bohemian necklines effortlessly transitioning you from coastline to curbside.
Supple linen sundresses, bleached summer checks and knotted trousers have a beach combed, lived-in feel.
A shoulder-baring jumpsuit in maritime blue epitomises the season’s laissez-faire approach to dressing, while a button-down skirt in an evolved cheetah print kisses the hips and flares mid-calf for an insouciant finish that is universally flattering.
Form never belies function and utilitarian dressing remains a non-mover for spring.
Fit for work or play, patch pocket cargo trousers and a lightweight oatmeal trench set the tone for a summer spent outdoors.
Prints pull focus, particularly where occasionwear is concerned, and feel as fresh and easy as ever.
Think florals on acid...
…merrily splattered across bias-cut silk gown, a classic snake print remodified in sherbet yellow and scattered daisies with retro-leanings, emblazoned on a black midi dress in mood-enhancing shades of lime, orange and coral.
The free-spirited mood is completed with myriad accessories, all with a souvenir feel.
Hammered gold and pebble jewellery recall travel trinkets, meticulously sourced in local markets or beachside stalls abroad. Micro-bags, giant bangles and rope-tie sandals continue the holiday mood; a mimosa-yellow leather tote, carried low as to sweep the floor, moonlights as a beach bag.