Another breathtaking mishmash of styles, colors and ethnic elements is on the runway of London Fashion Week. The Topshop Unique spring/summer 2014 collection is already open for the public scrutiny of fashionisers. The ideological basis of being wearable, cute, extraordinary and beautiful at the same time is perfectly realized with this line. Though the opinions about this collection vary, one thing is for sure: this line is unique in every possible way.
Starting with the firstly noticeable features of the garments, we can mention the interesting crossing stripe motives used with many skirt-top and dress outfits. What is interesting about these stripes is that they form a peculiar star shapes when crossing and it looks really nice. Special matching elements like handbags with the same patterns are a great finalizing touch for these pairs.
Among the fabrics used, the proportion of luxurious silk is evident, which creates the main part of the desirable effect. The choice of the accompanying accessories, e.g. shoes, is another inextricable part of the pieces. Each combination is created with the perfectly matching pairs of shoes, at times used with additionally put scarf elements. The mixture of everything includes the styles as well. Thus, we find the blending of the sporty style with the elegant motives, turned into absolutely wearable outfits, which are unique and cute in their own way.
What refers to the color variations of the Topshop Unique spring/summer 2014 collection, they are diverse as well. Ranging from navy bluish and cream tones and reaching to different shades of yellow and white, they make the picture of this line complete. The shapes of the pieces are generally left loose and relaxed, at the same time preserved within the frames of elegance and chic of simplicity. They differ from floor length asymmetrical dresses to knee and mini length awesome skirts, which look very girly and attractive.
Thus, this time as well, the Topshop collection is made up of wearable, beautiful and good-looking pieces, suitable for anybody to anywhere.
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