Sportmax Resort 2015 Collection

For the Sportmax resort 2015 collection, the design team of the brand is said to have had the feminine movement as a thematic concentration. According to the press notes, it’s coming “an expression of feminine movement,” and this is not far from the truth, since the silhouettes and the ultra-feminine images that we note among the looks are really impressive and chic and are ready to draw everyone’s attention to women, accentuating their strength and confidence. Every single detail seems to be shouting about how wonderful and gorgeous the image of a woman is and how precious it should be for others.

Sportmax Resort 2015 Collection
That’s how the Sportmax resort 2015 collection is opened, presenting the combination of the animal-printed shirt combining the shades of creamy and black, coming matched with the cute and chic A-line skirt with the below-the-knee length and the comfy and big pockets put on both the sides. The totally striking all-black look in its turn came to focus everyone’s attention on the delicacy of the image and the subtle nature of a woman. The classic black and white shades couldn’t but be here as well, coming with the combination of the relaxed white top and the knee length A-line skirt, presenting the ideal model of pure chic.
Oversized pants and navy blue looks combining classic suit jackets with straight pants and Oxford shoes are also worth mentioning here. So are the interesting black dresses having that sassy hourglass shape and the overall minimalistic touch. The all-pleated A-line shirtdress of navy blue is also worth noting among the best looks. This is also true about the cute tea length dress, which comes combining the navy blue shade with black and making that work on a sleeveless and partly pleated shape.

Sportmax Resort 2015 Collection

Sportmax Resort 2015 Collection
The abstracted patterns for the following type of black and white plays can also be noted as a separate and interesting solution used. They come for any piece from skirts and tops to feminine top and pants combos, the tops having sleeveless designs and V-curves. The all-white combinations are also noteworthy, especially when coming matched with pale blue and pale pearl shades. The bright combos with red shades coming both with all-red looks and in floral combos with darker hues like navy blue and black make the ideal final brushstrokes of the Sportmax resort 2015 collection. Their mixes with fuchsia are the most incredible thing we’ve ever seen!
If you are a supporter of the feminine movement, or if you just appreciate the good taste and the pleasant feminine looks as such, the Sportmax resort 2015 collection is an ideal source for you. Just look through the cool looks and enjoy the stunning design solutions and pieces introduced there!

Sportmax Resort 2015 Collection

Sportmax Resort 2015 Collection

Photos courtesy of WWD

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