Steven Alan’s Subtle Spring Textures

February 20th, 2014


Much of the time, we tend to focus on bold contrasts, like this, this and this. Though, subtleties are just as interesting, if not more wearable. Here are a few pieces from Steven Alan‘s spring delivery – the collection’s a sophisticated menagerie of neutrals. We’re particularly keen on the blue cotton geometric slack and the pale pink polyester/cotton dress. What do you think? Are you ready to toss the winter wardrobe in the under-bed bins? We certainly are…


CATEGORIES:  FashionTextilesWomens

One Comment so far

  • Miya

    Love the varied textures. This post reminds me of something I read (it was someone’s review of the Celine show) about how women are choosing to dress more simply, focusing on fit and a streamlined closet, as a kind of neo-feminist move. Rather than aiming to be noticed for our clothes, we are aiming to be noticed for our ideas, capabilities, and wit. A sway towards simplicity combined with a mainstream pull towards minimalism will make subtlety a trend with staying power, IMHO.

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