Do you dream of meeting real mermaids and touch their little silver tails? Does the astonishing variety of the sea creatures attract you? Well, then the new Just Cavalli spring/summer 2014 collection showcased during Milan Fashion Week is right for you. Frisky, bold and wild, the new Just Cavalli line of Roberto Cavalli is definitely not for the faint-hearted, as it requires tons of self-confidence for wearing these brightly printed pieces!
The frantic combination of fishy colors and abstract prints is just perfect for a crazy all-night-long party. The mixture of rainbow-y colors, hot cuts, bizarre shapes and cute outlines does help the models be like mermaids, and brings back the sweet memory of the romantic cruise you always wanted to have.
The designer has created a bright, flashy and colorful collage of artistic, abstract, leopard prints that surely remind you of an awesome beach or luxurious yacht party. The very first look is a unique jumpsuit that has all the imaginable colors and comes matched with a cute blue, white and green swimming suit worn underneath. With this apparel you can easily grab a glass of whiskey and walk on the hot sand watching the black sea. Another stylish look from the sophisticated fashioner is the orange sweatshirt with tiny white tiles on it, and blue, orange skinny pants that perfectly show your exclusively unique character and your love of life.
There are also some loose shirts in the Just Cavalli spring/summer 2014 collection that can be worn not only on vacation but also during your harsh work time. The simple chiffon shirt with creamy tiles and light green prints is elegant and sassy. It will give you an extravagant look at business meetings, formal parties or while touring around in any fashionable city.
The tight black pants with a shirt colorful chiffon top are just glamorous and enticing. It is an ideal outfit for hot Spanish and Brazilian dances.
Overly, the Just Cavalli spring/summer 2014 collection is blooming and positive with a lot of flowers and adorable abstract prints.
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