Trends Roundup- Paul Smith’s Spring Summer 2015
If there has to be one reason why you would want to check Paul Smith collections, it has to be the best blends from both genders. This is one label that never fails to surprise and even any of their average models would look worth million dollars with just the outfit on. No wonder we had a special liking for Paul Smith’s Spring Summer 2015. While there were quite a lot of things to be admired, we have managed to narrow down to the best things that definitely need the space in your closet without a miss.
The magic of Duffle bags
Easily the best pick for Paul Smith collection for 2015 summer is the Duffle bag, which seemed to grow and become something of a staple that every girl would carry. Canvas and leather were the two options in materials, and as always, we suggest you go for the faux options. The duffle bag works well for the casual days, and for the office, you have to be careful on the styling and material.
Those unique hems
Ever thought of hems around the waist in grass? Well, that’s something unique we spotted at the collection. The grass skirt hem was more of a style that seemed to be off place in the entire look, but gave the nice edge in a modern contemporary way. While the element isn’t easy to carry off, the rest of minimalism in the look certainly worked out for the model, who looked chic smart.
Play cool with the shirt dress
This remains our editor’s favourite, simply because you don’t need to be a style icon to carry this off. Ideal for the summers when nothing else but comfort matters, the shirt dress brings a good level of style that’s effortless and practical for the weather. Look for the light and soft colours, much like the blue at Paul Smith, or find brighter shades if you adore colours- the choices are many. The best of these shirt dresses is the style, which was more on the manlike side and had quite some edge. Pair them with your regular skirts, trousers and denims.
High waist belting
A more of the accessory trend- here we had the belts that went for a change with the high waist trousers! The styling is much inspired from the kimono belt (remember how we had mentioned the kimono style is quite a summer 2015 trend?). This is a look that’s reserved for the summers, and of course, nothing beats the belting style for a day at work or even on a shopping outing.
Midi length skirt with a twirl
What about getting in the mood with amazing mid length skirt that comes with a wide pleat on the top to show off the belt. Although the midi length has been around for quite some time and made way in 2014 summer, as well, it goes get a makeover at Paul Smith’s Spring Summer 2015. Make sure you pair the right shirt for a matching blend.