The spring 2013 season unveiled an array of stylish garments that either showed clean lines or edgy patterns as variety is the key to a successful, ever-fresh look. Apparently, one of the designers that chose to bring both these elements through her collection is Roksanda Ilincic, and the designer proved once again that femininity and style don’t have to be connected with skin revealing elements. Roksanda Ilincic’s spring 2013 collection proved to be bolder than any of the brand’s previous collections, making it a perfect choice for the honeys that want to upgrade their style without losing that sense of playfulness that energizes from first glimpse.
After the delightful display of gorgeous vintage allure garments, Roksanda revealed to style.com what she wanted to transmit to her fans with her spring 2013 collection. ‘I wanted an element of fun and the unexpected with those long dresses and big hats’, the designer said, and it seems that she reached her goal as the collection was well received by the public present at the London Fashion Week presentation.
Dresses seem to be a new season must as the catwalks were filled with the all-feminine garments. Besides the high comfort they help provide, the dresses come in an array of shapes capable of underlining a woman’s perfect curves, so no wonder that the designer chose to bring dresses that had a very 70s like allure with the midi dresses that displayed a cool and edgy colorful geometric pattern that delighted the eyes and gave a certain dose of modern drama to the designs, and almost Amish-inspired dresses that were quite unexpected but chic due to the fabrics used in the creation process. These two distinct shapes and patterns helped divide the collection in clean and chic and vibrant and flirty, elements that fused beautifully to reveal a collection that aims to make women feel good in clothes.
Vintage chicness was also exuded by the stylish vividly pigmented wide leg pants, flirty boldly shaped pencil skirts and textile fabric paired with the oh-so-70s chevron pattern, elements that were fluid, chic and classy, perfect for the vintage-loving urban chic lady. Opposed to the softly lines used throughout the collection, the color palette used was far from being boring as a vast range of vivid, spring-ish hues such as bright and dusky orange, royal blue, yellow, dusky salmon, and midnight blue tones made the designs stand out and steal the spotlight. The chic collection is definitely worthy of praise, so browse through the flirty fun designs and find the items that you feel capture the essence of your personality.
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