Brand New Revolution

It might take a few fashion faux pas before you learn how to master the skill of mixing loud prints, but that is what experimenting and having fun with fashion is all about. Iconic prints such as glenn plaid, tropical prints and stripes are continuously exiting and re-entering the scene at random intervals, and it seems like they take their turn as the season’s leading look. Glenn plaid is clearly well represented within high-street collections this year, but with our fondness of imprudent style clashes we prefer to infuse them all into rather playful, casual yet tailored ensembles.

The silhouettes remain quite bourgeois, perfect for desk bound days! Classic shirts are buttoned all the way up and paired with a sleek pencil skirt or skinny jeans. But the imaginative combination of styles and use of prints add that extra bit of flair required to stand out at the cocktail party after work. Confined to black & white, this polished display of smart casual is defined by a glenn plaid shirt and white jeans with a black stripe down the side, as seen on him. Flanked by a female interpretation with a black & white striped skirt combined with a bird of paradise printed shirt to add a splash of the color orange, as repeated with the Michael Kors bag. Trendy sunglasses by Polette finish these looks, bringing the imaginative feel from a level of slightly extravagant to prefectly off-beat.

His ensemble

Shirt: Zara // Jeans: Zara // Sunglasses: Polette – Swan // Watch: Daniel Wellington – Classic Cornwall // Bracelet: Werkstatt München // Shoes: REHAB – Daily Patent Nero

Her ensemble

Shirt: Walk with Grandam (Things I Like Things I Love) // Skirt: Missguided // Bag: Michael Kors // Heels: Zara // Sunglasses: Polette – Rockin

Inspiration

Brand New Revolution – Guts

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