Saturday, May 25, 2013

Designer Wishlist 2

As you all probably know, I really wish I could afford designers. But for now, I will just create endless amounts of wishlists and covet things I cannot have. Below are the newest editions to my Designer Wishlist:
Christopher Kane
Punk meets floral in this divine collaboration of trends. Christopher Kane hits the nail on the head with this jacket. Perfect for chilly festival evenings, or a cover-up for a day at the races!

Erdem Floral Print Trousers
Everywhere you look, floral print is there. And hey, I'm not complaining. I am not one to ignore pretty prints, and these trousers just scream this trend. I particularly love the mismatched placing of the bolder and vibrant pink shades, which delicately contrast against the darker, duller shades of the navy blue and greys. Perfect for cooler summer evenings at barbecues. 

Acne
Acne Fedora Hat
Finding the perfect hat, can at times, be like finding a needle in a hay stack. So many styles, materials, rim sizes and colours, it is not surprising that the choice can sometimes be overwhelming. This Acne Fedora Hat is a sure on definite summer purchase. The design is classic and will suit almost everyone, whilst the nautical colour theme is still, as always, dead on trend. 

Tabitha Simmons Boots
A comfortable, versatile pair of boots is key for those long summer walks over the English countryside. And not only do these boots tick that box, they do not leave the style requirement unattended. Poppy red is a statement colour that creates drama, whilst being extremely chic and stylish. 

Louis Vuitton Blazer, worn as a dress
This outfit is daring for the common person, however, if everyone had this models' legs, we can be certain this would be a daily occurrence throughout summertime. The cute ditsy print on the navy blue print would look beautiful with a pair of summer trousers, or a slim-line skirt. Moreover, the long length of the jacket and sleeves enables this blazer to make a successful transition into Autumn, but hey, that would involve having a Summer first!

Valentino 
Valentino's Autumn/Winter 2013-2014 collection was full of fairytale loveliness. Designs were inspired by Alice in Wonderland, Snow White and Little Red Riding Hood but still combined with the classic Valentino elegance that everyone has grown to love. The above dress complies to the monochrome trend, whilst also incorporating a certain childhood feel with the gorgeous 'Peter Pan' collar. 

What's on your wishlist?

Lots of love,
Katie x