Scotch & Soda Embraces ’60s and ’70s in a New Fall 2015 Lookbook

Due to creative minds of contemporary designers and manufacturers the fashion world experiences a huge amount of new releases of exquisite and fashionable pieces now. But have you ever asked yourself where the roots of the modern trends lie? The early ’60s and ’70s have direct impact on what we are wearing this year. Denim pants, mini, midi and maxi skirts, turtlenecks, short waist trousers and skirts, printed designs and a lot more pieces that we enjoy now were the result of the rebellious souls of the young that brought forth democratic, bohemian and adventurous outfits. Nowadays many top-notch fashion retailers include ‘60s and ’70s-inspired fashions in their collections, among them also being Scotch & Soda, a Dutch youthful fashion company that has just released the fabulous Scotch & Soda fall/winter 2015-2016 lookbook. The collection stands out with its great wearability and versatility, but also the typical ’60s and ‘70s details presented with an innovative touch.

Scotch & Soda Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Campaign

Many of us undoubtedly remember the movie stars of the ‘70s wearing some glittering and patterned disco clothes in some of the most popular retro films. Inspired from them, Scotch & Soda has launched an array of sparkling and finely patterned pieces. There you have a viscose shirt with a black collar that is extremely unique with radiant beads on it. Windy fall definitely requires a lightweight outerwear to keep you warm and what can be better than a beautifully decorated Scoth & Soda jacket. The jacket will fascinate everyone with its floral patterns, embellished with many beads and sparkling metallic details. A black embroidered kimono will be perfect for your party looks, and we are more than sure that you will want to acquire also the matchy-matchy striped look and the elegant silky jumpsuit. Those ‘70s-inspired bell-bottom pants are beautifully matched with a graphically embroidered top in the lookbook.

In addition, Scotch & Soda has cared about your warmth and comfort bringing cozy and comfy coats both for men and women. Structure knitted coats, fluffy fur ones and designs with obvious masculine touches so widely used in the ‘70s are some of the statement makers from the brand for the upcoming fall. Knitting was especially popular in the ‘60s and ‘70s. Almost every girl and woman was impatient to master in the knitwear trend. The Scotch & Soda fall 2015 lookbook features a range of knitted sweaters and cardigans intending to make your fall soft and cozy.

2015 brings back Pop Art and Op Art motives to your closet as long as you decide to find your inspiration in the Scotch & Soda fall 2015 collection. You can choose from a great variety of printed pieces ranging from shirts and pullovers to warm cardigans and coats with colorful lines, optical prints and brush strokes.

Scotch & Soda Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Campaign

Scotch & Soda Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Campaign

Being a symbol of freedom, democracy and courage, minis were the favorite staples of the young that were enthusiastically trying to differ from adults. If you are a real fan of minis, Scotch & Soda offers a series of gorgeous and cute options in their fall collection. A sparkling chiffon mini skirt will make you shine in the gloomy atmosphere of fall, and if you are searching for a casual mini dress for your everyday activities you can choose between a printed dress with sporty striped sleeves and a wool-blend one with optical prints.

Scotch & Soda Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Lookbook

Scotch & Soda Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Lookbook

Photos courtesy of Scotch & Soda

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