Scotch & Soda Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection

Our favorite Amsterdam-based brand Scotch & Soda is back to the fashion scene with the brand-new Scotch & Soda fall/winter 2014-2015 collection that is all about an enchanting youthful style! From a variety of denim pieces and cool t-shirts to stylish knitwear and outerwear, the new Scotch & Soda collection has the most covetable goodies for one to spend the entire cold season in a memorable style! This surely refers to the chic accessorizing details too, which complete the looks like nothing else would!

Scotch & Soda Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection

Scotch & Soda Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection
Mademoiselle Marble is the name of the first line of Maison Scotch, which draws its inspiration from the fresh mountain air, giving birth to cozy and comfy pieces that one just wants to wrap in throughout the cold months! Ice blue, mineral marine with hints of lemongrass, olive and redwood make up the base of the Maison Scotch Mademoiselle Marble fall/winter 2014-2015 collection. The spongy fabrics, the coats with the classic boucle texture and the perfectly knitted sweaters are ideal to cover the marble prints and graphics on the black and white vintage clothing. In this range you can find cool black-and-white checkered tailored trousers, tea-length blue coats, colorfully printed pants, red and white striped cardigans, printed dresses and just killer footwear options!

Scotch & Soda Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection

Scotch & Soda Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection
The next more-youthful and casual range of clothing pieces of the Scotch & Soda fall/winter 2014-2015 collection comes under the name of “The Architect’s Studio”. This is the traditional Amsterdams Blauw line of Maison Scotch, which usually targets the young. The Maison Scotch Amsterdams Blauw fall 2014 collection is inspired from two days immersed in the life of a creative woman. The result is an urban chic line, filled with lots of denim pieces, from jeans and shorts to sassy denim jackets. Classic and vintage-style pieces flood the collection, and the peculiar androgynous motifs only polish the looks. In this line you can find lots of stylish boyfriend jeans, adorable trucker jackets, heavy sweaters, as well as a range of destroyed-effect denim garments, dyed and treated in a special way to resemble beautiful winter prints. Some bohemian hats, menswear-inspired shoes and sassy jewelry pieces accessorize the looks.
As you see the Scotch & Soda fall/winter 2014-2015 collection is very diverse, yet utterly covetable so that every fashioniser is sure to find the perfect style for her. So make sure to visit the brand’s store to grab your favorites!

Scotch & Soda Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection

Photos courtesy of Scotch & Soda

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