A dominant trend on the international runways and in the pages of every magazine, Sport Luxe is all about minimal silhouettes and simple patterns. The trend takes its cues from the clothes associated solely with athletes but translated in a way that is androgynous at times and futuristic and minimal at other moments.
Following a monochrome palette of black and white along with thunderstorm grey and metallic, the collection features oversized textured jackets and dresses, tailored and structured pieces like boxy jackets and cocoon dresses along with conventional sporty items like fluid jogger pants, oversized tees and dress.
Adding a bit of 70s will infuse a bit of underlying confidence to your Spring wardrobe. The trend is all about carrying the more demure looks with an air of sexuality and a sort of defiant independence.
Inspired by some of our favorite style icons think Jerry Hall, Bianca Jagger and Lauren Hutton this trend uses a color palette of ivory, dusty nude and earthy tones of beige and brown. The line includes fluid maxi dresses in sensual snake prints, wide leg pants, soft tailored jackets, cigarette pants and tunic tops all using glamorous soft tailoring for the added effect.
Romance is in the air with spring being all about having fun with fashion. With feminine looks ruling the runways, the collection comes in soft pastel colours and vibrant hues, all of which are some variation of the floral theme.
Following an evolution of the 50s retro fuelled looks the trick is to look grounded rather than overtly girlie and flirty. White, cobalt blue, zest, saffron yellow and krishna orange are the key colours while ruffles and pretty detailing are part of the new mood for feminine romance. The collection includes ruffled tops, carrot pants and fit & flare dress.
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