Violeta by Mango SS 2016 Collection Preview

The most enjoyable collection to peruse, particularly during the winter months, is by far the spring clothes, where there is a good balance between showing skin and wearing layers, the focus often placed on cutoffs and half sleeves, long skirts and cardigans, etc. The Violeta by Mango spring/summer 2016 collection is no different, the clothing trends seen on the set of the preview all the more appealing with each look we flip through. Mango, the Spanish clothing design and manufacturing company founded in Barcelona, Catalonia by Isak Andik in 1984, is the low cost fashion label that caters to the needs of the customers as a whole, bringing to us everything that we may want; this includes the latest in cuts, styles and colors brought to a store near us.

Violeta by Mango Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

The trends need to be embodied with each collection, and that is exactly what we see when we look at Violeta by Mango for spring 2016. We are grateful for all that the designers do and when it comes to making us feel youthful, Mango certainly does succeed, on many levels.

In the latest spring collection, we notice that the colors are meant for the right audience, coming in mustard, camel, white and orange time. We notice stripes and ethnic prints, color blocking techniques and interesting combinations that literally take our breaths away. It is not that the collection offers anything ethereal, overtly sexy or what we cannot easily find out there, but that it offers a youthful, comfortable and all around spring-perfect line-up that will have us feeling as beautiful as we look.

Youthful faces greet us on screen, with curvy bodies and loose clothes meant to emphasize the inner glow of the individual. And these looks are highly individualistic as well. They are not crazy, they do not offer intense colors or anything that would capture much attention, but they are for all accounts and purpose as unique for each lady wearing them as they come. There is denim among the mix in the form of skirts worn with tunic tops, alongside culottes, miniskirts and other garments that create the whole of the ensemble.

The Violeta by Mango spring 2016 collection is all about the comfort in a modern look. You do not need to overtly sex yourself up it seems to say. You do not need to show off too much skin either, nor too little. Wear clothing that fits you, that you feel good in and that allows you the comforts of the day. Long jackets and sleeveless vests appear here as well, the latter in camel hues, worn with navy short-sleeve blouses and stark white trousers.

Most of all, we love the denim that is all over the place, from the coveralls to the jean pants, the jackets to the culottes worn with grey shirts and burnt orange cardigans. We see overalls in the pictures, alongside breezy long dresses; there are floral print tops and side striped sporty pants meant for a day out shopping. We see the day-to-day designs here and love them dearly. It is a collection we certainly will be shopping from.

Photos courtesy of Mango

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