As always, the Escada spring/summer 2014 collection is filled with modern and ultra feminine outfits worth analyzing a little closer. As hard as it might be to think about lightweight fabrics right now, we’re only a month away from the official beginning of spring, so it’s definitely worth brainstorming for ways to revamp our new season wardrobe. If you’re looking for elegant ensembles with a modern twist, the new Escada line can definitely prove a good starting point.
The new Escada lookbook brings both simple and fairly versatile pieces and more attention grabbing ensembles for those who love the strong visual impact prints can bring. A big part of the line is dedicated to silk dresses and tunics with a strong elegant vibe.
The newest Escada collection for spring/summer 2014 takes inspiration from the French Riviera, so the effortless chic allure of the new creations are definitely well justified. Pattern-wise, the label favors abstract motifs as these are the dominant patterns the spring season is defined by trend-wise. Interestingly enough, the variations range from geometric accents to abstract representations of flower motifs, catering to many different style preferences.
Escada’s spring/summer 2014 collection revolves around bold tones rather than sweet subdued pastels. When it comes to making a statement, there are no better choices than bold tones that attract attention like a magnet almost effortlessly. A particularly strong statement piece included in the new Escada spring/summer 2014 line is a fab red nappa leather coat which can add a sophisticated vibe to just about any look.
The accessories included in the Escada spring 2014 collection are also worth analyzing a little closer. The label opts for luxurious looking metallic tones for adding a sophisticated note to the new looks. From elegant pointy pumps to chic clutches, metallic accessories can be a great pick for the new season. Not into the metallic trend? A simple necklace, a fab bracelet or a practical handbag with a modern twist can have a similar effect.