The desire to create the image of an eccentric yet elegant woman, enjoying the free spirited life of hers in San Francisco during the late sixties’ was the inspiration of Trussardi’s creative director Gaia Trussardi for the Trussardi pre-fall 2014 collection. However, she realized this idea with the help of extremely youthful and effortless combinations, involving some cool and modern drives, all put on and with the spectacular background of curious patterns and shapes, which in their turn, encompass some style plays of manly silhouettes with the ultra-feminine options. The diversity of the garments presented here is just another result of this gameplay experiment.
Thus, the array of images featuring the Trussardi pre-fall 2014 collection starts with a very eye-catching interpretation of the checkered pattern, here used for the comfy and cool hugely checkered blazer involving the color play of black, red, and a darker shade of red, too. This garment is used for topping the coral with black shirt, the playmate for which is presented with the spectacular duo of the checkered handbag and identically patterned straight pants. For the latter the checks are cream with black pair mainly.
Next come the grey shades, used for a blazer, matched with a classic white shirt and khaki straight pants, all finished up with the big handbag, in case of which we can notice some ombre techniques with black and brown, too. The cute and girly looks here stand for the following pleated little black dress, which is topped with a comfy and feminine coat with a fur lining. The leggings picked for this combo represent the detail making it avoid seeming too formal.
Further come the leather interpretations, introduced with a pleated skirt and a classy leather jacket. The curious vintage patterns applied to the next coat followed with another pleated design of a dress with an alluring cross-folding top V-neck are what sums up the Trussardi pre-fall 2014 collection and makes it even more effective. So you are free to choose the most suitable and fave options of yours and just enjoy them!
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