The following amazing line unveiled during New York Fashion Week fall 2014 is the creative and chic Richard Chai fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, inspired by very attractive and imaginative vibes being the 90s’ grunge style, and the aviation, coming reflected with the spectacular prints and the catchy garments like the bomber jackets. It looked like the muse of this collection is Amelia Earhart. So it was all about the plaid options, the catchy and a bit manly inspired pants, and the appealing color palette, having given birth to innovative and stylish looks.
Thus, the tartan patterns for the top and the straight pants open up the runway show at Richard Chai, describing the main drives of the line from the very start. They are followed with the similarly printed outerwear options like the elongated and comfy coat. The cute combos of jackets and the girly dresses with long sleeves are also here, presented with some interesting color combos of navy blue and black. The ultra-classy shapes are introduced with the coming suit and pants combo, created with a super dark shade of blue.
Slight transparencies for the sleeves and the turtleneck describe the following A-line dress. The flabbergasting sporty leather jackets come right after matched with relaxed pants of dark shade. The dumbfounding floral prints are what make up the next look, composed of wide-leg pants, a combined top, and a bordeau coat with black floral lace-resembling texture on. Similar looks may be found with the other outerwear like the blazers.
Bordeau skirts, pants and dresses are also noteworthy among the looks of the stunning Richard Chai fall/winter 2014-2015 collections. So are the stripy patterns created with shades of greyish blue, black, and brown! They are used for pants, tops, and cool suits. The latter come matched with a cute orange shirt and orange skinny pants.
So do opt for these wonderful and energizing pieces, which despite being made of some darker hues, stand for the most pleasant and eye-catching fall/winter looks.
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