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Steven Alan’s Subtle Spring Textures

February 20th, 2014

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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…

 

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  • 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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