12th Feb 2015
Might we be seeing the end of parka season? Will our limbs be exposed to sunlight in the coming weeks? The Spring Summer collections are now arriving on the High Street and that means actual Spring and Summer are soon to follow, right? Yesterday we dropped into the Oasis press day and we liked what we saw.
Got a summer wedding on the horizon? This simple blush pleat dress that drapes just below the knee is an automatic buy. The midi moment stretches on, and on, but not as far one’s ankles.
Sleeveless blazers, patterned jumpsuits, tunic tops? It’s all very 1970s heroine, a look that we’re striving for mentally everyday, so it makes sense to add some statement items to the wardrobe. This season’s silhouette is relaxed, with a hint of control.
Oasis do great seprates so if head-to-toe print makes you nervous, you can also invest in one strong piece and build your outfit around it.
We also loved the khaki pieces. This shade is a workwear dream, and the materials are perfect for summers spent between melting in the office and basking in the late afternoon sun.
This pair of voluminous denim cullotes – that’s all the trends in one – works a seriously fun Riveria?vibe. In fact, the whole collection was inspired by that beautiful region with the cut outs inspired by Matisse and the florals taking a page from Miroglio Italian prints.
What do you think? Anything you’re adding to the lust-have list?
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Long-awaited brighter days call for a refresh of our perennial favourite – denim. As we head out into the spring sunshine, our mood this season is ready to play, with sporty silhouettes and a relaxed vibe.
We cannot get enough of knitwear sets at the minute, particular in these ice-cream shades.
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