If it is Fay and it’s comfy, it has to be chic as well! This ideology found its reflection in the fascinating pieces of the Fay fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, which was showcased for Milan Fashion Week and came presenting the most eye-catching and sweet details and vibes we love so much about this brand.
After the impressive spring/summer show, when Snoopy was the main hero of the thematic concentration, the fall/winter collection has Woodstock as the primary character of the prints. His lovely yellow figure comes adorning the sporty inspired top and pants combos, matched with the trendy navy blue shades and the black and white stripy patterns. This is the pick of the very first looks, which come as combos of luxurious top and miniskirt pairs, which have the color shades of navy blue as background, and some red, white, and black shades for the color play, mainly put as accessories like the uber-comfy scarfs. These shade combos also come used for the sweaters, and the leather-like pieces put as skirts and outerwear options. The latter also have the padded designs for the ultimate chic and comfort.
Also, we see the super impressive black and white color plays, which nicely complete the preselected shapes and knitted options perfectly. Bordeau with black and grey are also included in the Fay fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, presented as the similarly designed stripy patterns and the shimmery textures. The luxurious fur elements are what the garments acquire for the main shapes later, mainly put with white tones. The natural looks for the fur outerwear are also used for the matchless chic effect. Finally, it’s the nice combos of grey and red that complete the color diversity greatly, making this line a super comprehensive and cool conglomeration of options.
So all you need to do is to have these amazing garments in your wardrobe, and go back to childhood with the images of your favorite cartoon hero! The Fay fall/winter 2014-2015 collection is always here to remind you of your careless days, when you were children!
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