Friday, 27 February 2015

Moschino Fall 2015 Ready-To-Wear

Moschino. A brand I have reviewed before but decided to do again as they presented their Fall 2015 Ready-To-Wear collection and Milan Fashion Week. Moschino isn't a brand for the faint hearted. Their clothes; often loud, bright and eye catching; they really know how to stand out in the fashion industry.
This collection has a variety of different designs. Starting of with plastic, bright looking clothes, then incorporating cartoon characters with baseball style clothes, followed by denim with accents of gold and finally pieces that appear to have graffiti on. 
I love how fun and playful Moschino is as a brand. I can easily picture someone like Rihanna taking a look straight off the runway from a Moschino collection and looking flawless. 
Although, some of the pieces may seem outrageous you have to imagine them individually. Maybe one of the plastic looking coats with a skirt or jeans. Or one of the cartoon baseball tops worn as a shirt-dress with trainers. By doing this it helps you to understand what the designer wanted to bring to the industry.
I took some of my favourite looks but all looks can be viewed if you CLICK HERE.


Monday, 23 February 2015

Mulberry Fall 2015 Ready-To-Wear

I was originally going to do a post on Burberry, but after browsing through I stumbled across Mulberry's Fall Ready-To-Wear 2015 collection and I instantly fell in love. There are clean lines in some of the pieces alongside more slouchy items, as well as gorgeous prints and detailing. I love the different patterns used, some many different types that clash beautifully together. The collection seems simple at first glance but looking deeper you can see the different textures and materials used to create something completely unique. 

On the website the article written to go with this collection seems to give the overall impression that it's boring and it has been done before, and even the most loyal customers will eventually go elsewhere. But I absolutely love this collection: the large oversized coats, the slouchy knits and 70's patterns all prove very fashion forward for 2015, and are apparent in this collection - one reason why I am literally obsessed. 


Saturday, 21 February 2015

My Style : More Monochrome

Jacket : Bank
Dress : New Look
Shoes : Schuh

Excuse the lighting in these photos the sun decided to be extra bright today. Whilst editing the photos I realised this outfit would be good for an office worker too, maybe add a pair oh heels for added height and you're set. I'm aiming to do more "My Style" posts as the weather gets better and I turf out all of my summer clothes. I cant believe I'm at almost 600 followers on Bloglovin' and almost 6000 views! Thank you to everyone who's ever read or looked at my blog, love to you all.


Friday, 20 February 2015

Guide to SS15 Fashion

With the warmer months fast approaching I've devised a guide to Spring/Summer 2015 and the best trends to incorporate into your style.


Denim has appeared in many SS15 shows and is proving popular with designers. Denim is such a versatile material to wear and can look great with anything. There are many different types of clothing that use denim such as: jeans, shirts, dresses and even shoes - denim really is a material to look out for in the Spring/Summer months. 

ABOVE IMAGE: Gucci SS15, Burberry Prorsum SS15, Stella McCartney SS15


Seventies fashion has made a massive comeback (I did an in-depth seventies fashion guide: click here for that post) flares, suede and big prints are a prominent trend that will explode in SS15. I love that 70's style is coming back, as there was so many different styles back in the 70's so you can pick and choose which ones you like best. 

ABOVE IMAGE: House of Holland SS15, Saint Laurent SS15, Tommy Hilfiger SS15


Suede - a material that you either love or hate. Although you if your a "hater" of the material you may have to get over it as it's proving popular on the runway. Pale suede is HOT this SS15 and is appearing in many places by designers all over. It's popular now in the form of jackets and dresses and new on the scene trousers. 

ABOVE IMAGE: Chloe SS15, Derek Lam SS15, Gucci SS15


Bold floral prints will be hitting our high streets taking inspiration from the high fashion designers. Bold, big flower prints are "so in!" And will come in a variety of different colours and shapes. Don't be scared of these beautiful prints; try paring them with your favourite pair of jeans (TWO trends right there).

ABOVE IMAGE: Fendi SS15, Marni SS15, Victoria Beckham SS15

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