You don’t have to be an expert in geometry or a mathematical genius to see spring’s bright linear future.
This is a trend that is clean, fresh, modern, and in OCD terms tidy (boy, my boyfriend loves that word). Importantly, this is a look that goes beyond the term trend because it is universally re-workable; take a soft dress, throw on a neatly patterned coat and voila! You get a softly structured outfit that takes you from boardroom to dinner.
In essence it is all about well-cut clothes that take on architectural principles but are modified to be feminine, light, airy and flattering.
Below the knee dresses and skirts add a modern Mad Men sensuality, while cropped silhouettes herald the arrival of spring and the perennial classic, monochrome gets a much needed update.
Soft silk and lace blend with a cover-up that is just as glamorous (LOVER DRESS, JOSH GOOT COAT, GIANVITO ROSSI PUMPS AND AMBER SCEATS RING)
Accessorise with simple, architectural jewelry.(Wearing Cynics silver rings and Tiffany & Co. cuff)
Mix soft tweed with elegant separates for springtime glamour. (Wearing Josh Goot top and skirt, Sportsmax coat and Gianvito Rossi pumps.)
Full story and 3 more looks on Vogue.com.au's website here!
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