Few style alternatives can rival the comfort and the free spirit allure sportswear can instantly deliver. Eclectic vibes at their finest define the latest spring summer Jeremy Scott x Adidas Originals collection in an American pop culture interpretation we cannot help but love.
With so many emphasis on gorgeous flirty dresses, ultra high
heels and the constant hunt for the season's hottest trends, comfy clothing gets to be largely
ignored. Still, with the hot collaboration between Jeremy Scott and
adidas Originals for the spring summer season 2012, things can
quickly change. Inspired by American pop culture for everything
from attire options to makeup and hairstyles, the collection is
extremely playful, vivacious and intriguing.
With a good mix of loose fitting attire options followed closely by body fitting clothes, the lack of variety is far from being an issue. With motifs like flag stars, teddy bears, stripes, sport motifs that are creatively put together or paired with something rather unexpected like sequins, breaking out of the cookie cutter style patterns is made tempting and fun. From dresses to jumpsuits and everything in between, the alternatives are quite generous.
Functionality and versatility are not the main concerns of the
collection and the need for accessories is vastly diminished
by the striking designs that cannot help but stand out. However,
since keeping a low profile is definitely not on the list of main
style objectives for the brand, the aforementioned characteristics
don't even begin to take from the appeal of this daring line. Plus,
with so many areas to analyze, it can be hard not to find a few
style alternatives to consider adopting.
The journey towards being different by purposely pushing your fashion limits can be demanding, yet with so many eclectic alternatives available, the rewards can greatly exceed the risks. You will be able to make these pieces and other ultra creative ones your own starting with February and March as this is the approximate time when the collection will be available.
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