Are you looking for a summer collection that has it all, from Nineties-inspired rompers to Seventies ethnic prints? Rejoice! Sfera’s summer 2016 collection officially features all the summer 2016 trends possible, and not being able to find something appealing and suitable in this line is going to be basically impossible.
Aside from a few zigzagged lace details and wide belts, the collection is overall clean in its lines and cuts, a choice that actually helps the prints stand out even more, dominating the entire line-up. To interrupt such a colorful mood, a few total-white ensembles peep out, delicately adorning the figures with their relaxed lines and lightweight materials.
Back to the joyful patterns, Sfera’s summer 2016 collection predominantly channels retro and ethnic vibes, using their geometrical precision to embellish other equally hot and flattering trends, namely splits, draped/wrapped lines and off-the-shoulder tops. Along with rich, sun-soaked colors that draw inspiration from nature, these pieces will make you embrace your inner boho rocker attitude, letting you choose among draped skirts, voluminous floor-length frocks, billowy trousers and even mini wrapped dresses.
The line-up also gives plenty of possibilities in terms of styling and mix-matching, creating combinations that are both easy to play with, and funny to wear. Knee-length t-shirt dresses with side slits, pleated crop-tops with lace embroideries, textured tops with Americana necklines all enhance the figures, being perfect staples to wear either with the collection’s roomy pants or with a pair of short shorts, depending on the situation (as for the oversized t-shirts, they are also perfect to wear to any party by the bonfire).
Those who are looking for more classic and unconventional pieces at the same time, can always opt to pair such t-shirts and shirts with Sfera’s wrapped skirts, the colors and cuts of which get along pretty well with basically any kind of top. Victorian style ruffles give plenty more layering ideas, creating a beautiful balance with the collection’s flamenco inspirations made of fiery red frills and the aforementioned lace detailing.
‘Urban jungle’ inspirations have been reflected on the pajama-inspired pieces, which veer to a typical grunge style, as well as on casual-chic ensembles, which will give you something to wear from the office to the club.
Denim plays a huge role in Sfera’s summer 2016 line too, helping the rounded t-shirts find their ‘partner in crime’ thanks to the denim romper. Short ethnic jumpsuits are somehow in the middle of the Seventies and the Nineties, while the long jumpsuits make us quickly back in time to the hippie-chic decade.
Lastly, it is also worth mentioning that Sfera’s summer 2016 collection is strong on the accessory line as well, which includes earth-toned flat sandals, ethnic-inspired statement jewelry and wide, printed belts.
Photos courtesy of Sfera