House of Holland Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

For the House of Holland pre-fall 2014 collection, Henry Holland’s inspiration this time was the creation of the image of “posh girls at boarding school”. Talented illustrator Hattie Stewart played a great role in making the designs of the apparels especially innovative and unique. What we see here can be described as a very charming kaleidoscope of colors, including very eye-catching and at the same not too bright and binding options. Overall, the looks we encounter in this collection of the House of Holland have something weightless and cute about them, which makes them look exclusively different and creative.

House of Holland Pre-Fall 2014 Collection
For the opening look of the House of Holland pre-fall 2014 collection we have a catchy pair of nicely patterned jacket with cropped pants, designed with relaxed and straight silhouettes. The extravagant polka-dotted stiletto shoes are what matched this pair best. Starting from here, the lavishly used blue shades become especially noteworthy, appearing in combos with coral, khaki green, and brown, all of which are put into super amazing and resourceful design patterns.
Further, we can see these prints applied to a memorable tee dress, adorned with a full skirt part and cut at mini length. This type of skirts can be observed in solo, too, matched with a sporty sweatshirt. The next print option comes as the checks, for which the color plays of blue shades have been picked. The garments introducing them vary from coats and pants to skirts. The pleated finishes are also here, used in case of a super charming dress for instance.

House of Holland Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

House of Holland Pre-Fall 2014 Collection
Coming to the more youthful and daring options of the House of Holland pre-fall 2014 collection, we can talk about the denim shorts paired with cool printed tops and jackets. The letter prints used for the previous look are present for the sweatshirt and pleated skirt duo, too. So are they in case of pajama type pants-and-top combos and elongated jackets. The stunning fuchsia shades used for the next floor length dress are another stunner of the line. So are the following curiously printed looks, the ruffled fluffy outerwear pieces, velvet dresses, and super impressive miniskirt with turtleneck pairs.
So here is just another creative suggestion for you, meant at making your looks maximum chic, remaining within the philosophy of youthful and revolting silhouettes.

House of Holland Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

House of Holland Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Photos courtesy of WWD

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