Posts Tagged S/S2011
It’s so Chanel and I promise you that you will not struggle finding a nice tweed jacket for this Spring. I found the below six so easy and it’s entirely up to you how much you want to spend on them. Either you go expensive with Moschino (who have lots of them to choose from), Oscar de la Renta or D&G. Or you pop into Mango or Debenhams and find them from Betty Jackson or Windsmoor. I have made sure to secure two from this Fall – one from Mango and one from Flash (Sweden) and can’t wait when the weather is warm enough to wear them!
As you know I’m a fan of Olivia Palermo (as many others) and think she pulls off what she is wearing almost every time. She goes classy, plain and uses great accessories to top up the outfit. If you want to copy her style it’s not that difficult and you don’t need to spend a fortune. She doesn’t look very happy at the Thomas Sabo Collection Presentation but like her cardigan and skirt from Topshop, top and shoes Charlotte Olympia. The look in the middle is my favorite, love the combination of tuxedo jacket with lace, not entirely sure of her Stubbs & Wootton shoes though. Last she is wearing Mango for the S/S 2011 collection, I adore that shop so that simply can’t go wrong!
On the catwalk for Spring Summer 2011 we see the designers keep their love for floaty and transparent pieces and dresses. Pucci, Ferretti, Karan and Chloe were only a couple of designers that use this delicate fabric to create beautiful layered dresses that are absolutely breath taking. I hope we see more of this next year as I can’t stop looking at them – they are addictive!
It’s nice to see animal print is still hanging on moving into next year spring summer trends. Don’t pack away those tops and dresses yet! The print can more or less be combines as you see fit, use it with colors as Bluemarine or if you dare a snake skin style short jacket by Burberry Prorsum. I love the combination of lace, romance with the print as Dolce & Gabbana has done it – cool and cute! I think we will see more of this after winter when the high street is preparing for S/S. So – to be continued…