This London fashion Week 2013 edition finished off beautifully with the Emilio de la Morena fall 2013 collection which brought a series of covetable alternatives which can be replicated outside the runway. The new Emilio de la Morena line focused on abstract touches and placed a high accent on geometric precision which was seen as the secret for a fabulous look which exudes classiness and still has a strong versatility. The designer stayed away from vibrant hues in favor of richer yet more subdued options which carefully match the vibe of the cold seasons.
Although lady-like elegance dominated at this edition of the London Fashion Week fall 2013 season, the new looks have a strong masculine allure which was complemented by simple, elegant alternatives with a reserved feminine allure which becomes all the more exciting. For the most part, the new options impress through tonal contrasts, even though prints are used at times to bring a fun vibe to the looks. The geometric prints are the perfect extension to highlight the new season looks.
Bold cutouts bring a sexy spin on an otherwise conservative set of options which are designed to impress from the first glance. Among the must haves from the collection are: amazing knee-length dresses with a V neckline, classy skirts, fab blazers, or oversized coats which instantly create a strong contrast between proportions for an amazing look with little effort. If there’s one area where the Emilio de la Morena fall 2013 collection stands out, it’s definitely wearability.
If most collections presented during this London Fashion Week edition stood out through vibrant tones and funky ensembles which would draw attention from miles away, the new Emilio de la Morena fall 2013 collection proved a lesson in subtlety in contrast and proved that the less is more mantra is still very applicable for the fall 2013 season as well and brought plenty of amazing alternatives to back up that theory, making the new line an interesting highlight among the many exciting perspectives we’ve seen so far.
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