Orla Kiely continues to surprise her audience and most devoted followers with her long experience of sophisticated talent. The new Orla Kiely spring/summer 2014 collection unveiled at London Fashion Week was cute and aesthetic, as we had all expected. The fashioner knew how to make accessories elegant, adorable and vitally important in the woman’s looks. The classy taste of the colors and the delicacy of the shapes indeed made her appeals attractive and alluring.
The wild background and the natural scenario for the show made the outfits cuter and more emphasized the delicacy and femininity of the models and the outlines. The Orla Kiely spring/summer 2014 collection was definitely inspired from the British love for travelling in exotic places, such as Africa or some other fascinating places in savannas. The fashion show could also be a good peace message to the capitalist world to help the poor countries in those areas. The classy images of the models were relaxing and carefree and showed the eternal beauty of nature and feminine elegance.
The main colors of the Orla Kiely spring/summer 2014 collection were red, white, black, yellow and all the creamy tints, combined with a subtle taste and deep understanding of fashion. There were also navy blue coats with cute brown belts that could make even a spring rainy day a positive and bright one. The creamy coats and dresses of the collection would be absolutely charming to wear while walking in the old streets of Prague, Rotterdam or fickle Paris.
Another important element in the fashioner’s designs was the intelligent look that her outfits could give you. You could easily choose school dresses or college appeals from the variety of classic white skirts with dark sweatshirts, slim fit black skirts matched with cute pink shirts and just elegant dresses.
The last look of the Orla Kiely spring/summer 2014 collection was a simple white dress with knits and a cute pink hat. It’s actually quite obvious that Orla is just irreplaceable for her cute hats and stylish ideas to make outfits as comfy as possible.
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