Sunday, July 13, 2014 – Football Fans?
Well, its over! No longer the talk of every get-together, we can all heave a sigh of relief, congratulate Germany and move on to our passion for fashion! Went to Scoop this weekend, a fashion show at the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea. A sea of neutrals for next Summer in khaki, ivory and sand-desert colours predominate, with a taste of tomato peeking out, in quirky, asymmetrical designs. Stripes are played with, chevrons, knits and woven combined with loose shaped tops, full mesh skirts and graceful palazzos--although never combine the two I would suggest if your figure is veering on the voluptuous.
What of the season ahead, you ask? Well jersey is our favourite fabric from desk to dinner-soft and flattering, combining prints and plains--with a generous bow to crinkled pleating, perfect for your Summer holiday packing and quite subtle to match an evening sea! Neutrals in the guise of grey, navy, minks, and ivory dominate the Autumn collection, but each month we add an accent colour. The range for Autumn, as usual, features separates that build on the previous season-a pink and black pleat two piece, a pleated skirt, a black patchwork crinkle coat and camisole, all fit into your seasonal wardrobe giving it this Autumn's lift. But, dresses dominate at the start of the season-so easy to slip into-with ballet pumps early and ankle boots a little later. Much more flattering than football kit.....
Our web has now been changed to our latest beaded dress in pink -or mink- with gunmetal beading and more than a hint of moorish design. Perhaps you will recognise the Taj by night--not quite moorish, but beautifully carved, and curved, like our stylish curvy chesca women, who ooze glamour and confidence.