The Olsen sisters have always been for the top comfortable and easy-to-wear garments, at the same time offering pieces, which miraculously combine these vibes with the chic looks. The Elizabeth and James fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, showcased during New York Fashion Week is the next amazing embodiment of this philosophy.
This time the collection is described with an interesting mishmash of all the trendy vibes in one, thus presenting some manly inspired silhouettes, classy stripes for pants and suits, warmer color tones inclined towards darker shades more, and nicely cropped and at times loosely left shapes. This could be observed from the very first looks, one of which came with a cool combo of a knitted sweater of bordeau shade and masculine straight pants with red stripes on the navy blue background. This was followed with another alternative for the stripy patterns, here used for the slightly oversized and elongated suit jacket.
The fur elements coming right after are the following catchy looks, presented with a khaki green comfy and warm coat, topping the flare black skirt. Another alternative of the green shade was seen with the coming coat, adorned with a zipper and matched with a long straight skirt. The cute stripy patterns were used for other pieces too, and one of the best exemplars of this was the following skirt, the shape of which matched these patterns nicely.
The wide-leg pants of black shade were also noteworthy among the Elizabeth and James fall/winter 2014-2015 collection. The same can be said about the chic combination of the black floor length dress and the long and cool black coat. The creamy with white combos were also spectacular in the line, coming as a duo of a sweet creamy sweater and a white skirt. Creamy for fluffy was the next hit of the collection, used for the following comfy coat alternative.
So here you have the most suitable options for the comfiest looks, which are ideal for your everyday chic looks and the creation of outstanding personality stating garment combinations.
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