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A palette of vibrant & neutral hues rule Windsmoor latest line

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Apr '08
Windsmoor present one of their strongest collections to date this season with a range of strong silhouettes, exclusive prints and a wide ranging colour palette of fresh, vibrant and neutral hues.

Daywear has become an increasingly important focus to the Windsmoor woman and Windsmoor's design expertise and emphasis on the use and choice of luxurious fabrics is evident throughout.

The new collection looks to nature for inspiration with tropical and African inspired prints as well in the choice of natural fabrics such as linen and pure silk.

The graphic 'cheetah' inspired print in vivid black and yellow, is shown in a striking dress to create maximum impact, while the fresh green and cream tropical leaf print skirt creates a touch of the safari when teamed with a crisp white linen shirt and a pebble beaded necklace.

For a more relaxed summer silhouette, the banana embroidered linen tunic can be teamed with the chocolate linen trousers.

In contrast both the red and white Chrysanthemum print shown in a 1940's inspired silk tea dress as well as the chocolate and pink floral silk printed devore dress offer a romantic feminine feel perfect for summer days.

Striking occasion wear is a highlight, whether it is an outfit for a day at the races, wedding dressing or a garden party.

For the ultimate show stopping look, the long cream jacquard collarless silk coat is sophisticated when worn with cream silk trousers and set off by a dramatic black and cream hat adorned with feathers and quills.


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