This is what happens when pure chic meets geometric representations and gets spiced up with florals! We get what is now called the dumbfounding Temperley London pre-fall 2014 collection! Anything you might ever think of when imagining your elegant looks are here. From stunning minimalistic designs, to sophisticated and meticulously worked out floral and lace patterns, alluring transparencies and impressively shaped pieces are all combined in a comprehensive and absolutely dazzling line. The color palette is just as spectacular, at times presented with some energizing and colorful alternatives, while in case of others designed by more minimalistic and monochrome options.
The very first look of the Temperley London pre-fall 2014 collection is one of the best exemplars of the latter, featuring a breathtaking floor length dress with some transparency plays achieved with stripy designs, and interestingly paired gloves. Other floor length options include some embroidery designs, sometimes also topped with a fur cape, an impressive fuchsia version with a classy body-con silhouette, a mysteriously elegant option with all-black design, and the contrary solution for an all-white alternative coming like a spectacular counterbalance for the latter.
Finally, the royal golden shades are also present in the Temperley London pre-fall 2014 collection, presented with a stunning floor length dress adorned with a bit relaxed silhouette and an ultra-feminine look. The combination of a white top with a pinky skirt, as well as the strapless striking dress, the cream strap option and the shiny black with a bald opening at the back are other significant options in this array.
Coming to other shapes, we can also talk about the combination of tops and pants, which are flavored with some retro touches at times, like it is in case of the straight pants, paired with classy white shirts, sometimes topped with comfy coat options, and the monochrome black duos too. The floral designs stand for the most colorful solutions here, offering a wide diversity of looks from pants and top, and skirt with top combos, to dresses of knee and floor length, as well as some jumpsuit resembling alternatives, which are sometimes replaced with colorfully put geometric prints as well.
Finally, the last most noteworthy pattern of the entire Temperley London pre-fall 2014 collection is lace, applied to shirts, dresses, and even pants. To cut the long story short, we can state that the pieces found here are the best representations of all the feminine accentuated drives one can ever imagine condensed in just one line. This is quite a big challenge, which was perfectly accepted and overcome by Temperley London.
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