It is all about spring again! And once more we have the chance to enjoy all the wonderful and catchy silhouettes that this warm and energizing season always brings with it. How else if not with colors and eye-catching shapes can the designers create the best spring-inspired and spring-resembling looks? Probably nothing, and maybe that’s the reason of making the creative and uber-feminine pieces we see in the brand new Springfield spring 2014 lookbook.
So starting our scrutiny of the fresh Springfield spring 2014 collection, we can first of all talk about the flabbergasting bluish dress cut on the mini level and adorned with extremely charming and body-flattering shades and design patterns. The array of the shade and garment combinations later expands to reaching the mishmash of the miniskirt, the white shirt, and the topping black sweatshirt, the first of which has the most incredible and curious design patterns having some subtle hints about the ethnic inspiration, too. These design patterns are used with such pieces as the scarfs, too, accentuating the comfort and the cool looks of the combinations they come used within.
Later, the combinations represent some classy options, made of the slightly glittery shorts, the fantastic white shirt, and the greyish jacket. The matching ankle boots and the fringed handbag only contributes to emphasizing the great effect of this combo even more.
The classy interpretations also get introduced with the black and white looks, where white generally stands for the shirt, and black is used for the bottom and the outerwear garments like the jackets. Talking about leather pieces, we can’t miss out the jackets and the shorts, either, forming the sporty inspiration on the Springfield spring 2014 collection.
The wonderful denim pieces, the cute florals, and the fascinating polka dots are what the line is magically finished up with. So it’s Springfield again, and we just love the spring that’s embedded and depicted with the garments presented in the Springfield spring 2014 lookbook!
Photos courtesy of Springfield