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Minimalistic chic inspires Esprit for Fall Holiday
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Aug '10
Esprit celebrates Fall Holiday 2010/2011 with splashes of refreshing new designs and silhouettes inspired by minimalistic chic.

Women
edc by Esprit inspired by crossover styles for women is afresh with new combinations and layering. Military, new cargo styles, glamorous vintage looks, sophisticated rock star elements and a cool preppy look are the stars of the hour.

Used leather jackets, animal prints and tight military trousers with sturdy laced boots worn open and oversized loop scarf, flannel shirt, long tank top, moon-washed treggings, boyfriend jackets, cardigans, riveting tank tops and a fashion must have trendy fake fur is what will drive your wardrobe blues away.

The garments come in exciting texture like leather effects, woollen structures, flannel, denim, silk chiffon and viscose. Kick off these looks basics: neutrals, grey shades and black accents and in ravishing teal, blue tones, red, berry tones. The range is rounded off by trendy footwear courtesy of classic and vintage inspired edc shoes, as well as stylish edc accessories.

For fall/Holiday 2010/2011 Esprit Women Casual is all about going 'back to the roots' in two senses of the phrase. Casually feminine, effortless and sophisticated styles are inspired by the beauty of nature and the colourful Esprit spirit. Shoes and accessories provide the perfect way to round off the look.

Down jackets and gilets, including new shapes, duffle coats, pea coats and feminine trench coats is a real winner. Faux leather jackets, including suede and lambskin effects single blazers in classic materials such as tweed, herringbone, glen check and houndstooth check is key looks and influences that will form the basis for your revamped look for the season.

Also the basic feminine shirts, knitted dresses, skirts and denim blouses teemed with a jersey and checked wool jackets to create clothing with a lighter than air feeling for a woman with a bit of edge. The ravishing garments is made of cord, bouclé, flannel, classic and washed wool effects, denim in authentic looks with velvet finish to give you a rock and roll persona into an overtly glamorous statement.

The Fall/Winter 2010/2011Esprit Women's Collection line redefines 'Urban Goddess'. The collection emphasises business and feel-good looks for a charming diva persona. Slim-line, figure-hugging and draped styles and oversized off-shoulder silhouettes cardigans and sweaters is what you need to shine in.

They come in novel, soft knits, military-inspired, with visible zip details and in 'O' shapes with knitted sleeves, super-light, padded down styles with XXL collar solutions blazers and jerseys with accentuated shoulder constructions for a bolder look. All-over-print shirts and dresses, coupled with wide belts with chain details brought in to the waist along with party dresses for refreshingly cleaner aesthetics.

The highlight of this season is the high-quality knitted line with new yarns such as merino/silk cashmere mixes and 100% cashmere. This collection comes in basics like black, white and neutrals and beautiful highlights like gemstone tones, smoky frosty pastels, metallic grey and copper shades team it up with silk satins scarves and neckerchiefs and bags made from luxurious Morocco leather, and nappa leather for a simple yet elegant look.


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