Sass & Bide Resort 2015 Collection

Youthful and cool suggestions are not missing from the array of resort collections! The following absolutely revolting and carefree collection comes as the brand new Sass & Bide resort 2015 collection, characterized with the big diversity of patterns and inspirations, consequently also having a big diversity of shades and shapes. The combinations according to which these shades come are also quite eye-catching and interesting, especially in terms of the unexpected solutions and looks.

Sass & Bide Resort 2015 Collection

Sass & Bide Resort 2015 Collection
So that’s how we see the striking compositions of the stripy suit jacket and the stripy pants topping an interestingly shaped white super elongated piece. The shades that the stripes combine are generally put on the background of navy blue and based on white and red color plays. Fringed details and the multi-layered garments form the peculiar look of the following option, also carrying the hints of ethnic inspiration. The graphical approach makes things clearer, coming with the combinations of abstracted stripes with red, black, and white tones, matched with a cute maxi skirt adorned with a straight silhouette and double side splits. Another way of working out the stripy plays comes with the help of transparencies, thus putting the accents on the white and transparent plays for the following maxi skirt with splits.
The interesting combinations with denim pieces are also noteworthy here, especially when coming with the forms of boyfriend jeans matched with white and red knitted tops. Other forms of graphical patterns come with combos of fringed mini skirts and the previously seen stripy patterns for suit jackets. Laser cuts and more diversified patterns for transparency plays form the peculiarity of the next curious floor length garment.

Sass & Bide Resort 2015 Collection

Sass & Bide Resort 2015 Collection
The super relaxed forms of the pants catch our attention right after, but what’s especially cool about them is the design solution featuring double side splits on the legs! This design pattern goes for pants and pieces like jumpsuits. Other design solutions also present some cute black and white combinations, this time applied to nice combos of skirts and tops and dresses. As for more minimalistic touches, simple stripes of black and red are worth noting in the list of tops impressive looks.
Finally, it’s the curious florals and shades like blue that come combined with the previously seen silhouettes and design solutions, concluding this effective and great line perfectly. So do consider the Sass & Bide resort 2015 collection for the best and the most energizing looks and you’ll definitely have that and even much more!

Sass & Bide Resort 2015 Collection

Photos courtesy of WWD

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