The Mediterranean traditional customs and beautiful landscapes inspired Alice Temperley to create her new spring 2014 collection that was showcased during London Fashion Week. She can easily make delicate and relaxing pieces of art, which will certainly remind you of Italian Renaissance or British Victorian times. The Temperley London spring/summer 2014 collection indeed has the famous English elegance and aristocracy.
The subtle tints of calming purple, pink, white and gray help you look retro and bring back the nostalgic and royal times. The cute prints over heavy silk give you a magnificent and noble look. The dresses have the touch of the ‘60s style and, yet, are modern and artistic.
There is a creative variety of original shapes and outlines. Here you can find cozy loose shirts and waist-hugging evening dresses. The designer’s new looks will certainly emphasize your power and beauty over the others and will help you stand out even in the most dressy and chic environment.
All the looks are amazingly fascinating, alluring and stunning. There is a limitless taste of gentleness and tender understanding of femininity in every subtle detail of the dresses.
The appeals highlight the infinite beauty of youth and its incomparable power of attraction. No wonder, this is Kate Middleton’s favorite brand, maybe her secret of grace and charm lies in the delicate ruffles and classy outlines of the gowns.
You can wear any of the Temperley London dresses on the red carpet or formal dinner with the magnates in show business. The black and grey gowns worn with extravagant tunics can give you a perfect Madame Bovary look helping to express you sophisticated and experienced character.
Some of the dresses as the light pink ones or the simple white one would be a perfect outfit for Alice In the wonderland. The combination of purple flowers on black indicates the blossom in nature.
You can be totally sure always to look young and fresh with these simply delicate looks from the artistic Temperley London spring/summer 2014 collection.
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