When the weightless, feminine, stunning, and chic unite for the creation of a fashion collection, especially if that conglomeration of the resources is carried out by a real professional having a perfect eye for the shades and designs, the results prove to be even more than flabbergasting. This is what happened in case of the Maison Scotch Amsterdams Blauw spring/summer 2014 collection, which has all that we need to be waiting for the arrival of the warm season even more impatiently. It’s youthful, it’s comfy, and it’s cool.
The images of the Maison Scotch Amsterdams Blauw spring/summer 2014 lookbook start with the uber-stunning combination of the denim pants, the orange text printed top, and the cool darker shaded jacket. The sporty sneakers complement this image like nothing else would. The following image suggests an impressive combination of the skinny orange with white pants and the loosely designed grey sweatshirt. The stiletto heels complement this combo even better.
Preserving the main shades, the next combination suggests a slightly altered variant, featuring a darker shade for the pants, and a text print for the top. The composition of the green shirt, relaxed denim pants and the comfy big handbag is what we find next.
Expanding the array of the denim pieces, we may also note the duo of the ripped denim skirt (Learn How to Wear Ripped Jeans) and the stripy black and white long-sleeved top, and also, the pair of the skinny pants and the bluish shirt. The floral themes come right after, presented with the cute mini skirt, which comes matched with the bluish jacket. The cute array of shorts couldn’t but be here, too, coming in pairs with denim and leather jackets, classy shirts, and some quilted patterns. Finally, it’s the army inspired boots that catch our attention for the last image.
So do look through the amazing and extremely youth oriented Maison Scotch Amsterdams Blauw spring/summer 2014 collection, and you will find a lot of new and striking suggestions for the coming warm and great season!
Photos courtesy of Scotch & Soda