Putting suit-puzzle together for Spring/Summer 2016 season. 

Suits and a la suit combinations still remain an essential part of our wardrobes as female-ish emancipation is yet growing day by day according to Lidewij's Anti_Fashion Manifest. 
Designers are the one who feel changes and try tracking every single shift happening in our minds. Otherwise, how would you explain these strong, intellectual vibes appearing in suits that overtook Spring/Summer runways? So while Gucci keep developing their new distinctive 'geek'ish vintage' style, Versace tend to stick to their daring femininity, the same kind of approach was also spotted at Anthony Vaccarello and Mugler. It's all about bold statement coming from the inside in first place.
It's pretty clear about statement and intellectual sides of our Spring-ish suits, but what should it actually look like? Let's figure it out now...


Pants



Pant suits. Bet all of us by now have a few in a personal fashion arsenal. But even this type seem to undertake some seasonal changes. That's why you should definitely start paying more attention to embroidery, bold prints and shiny fabrics. In contrast to this come more masculine, or androgynous, examples. And consider that pants can be cropped while blazers tend to look slightly oversized.



Skirt



Skirt combos tend to be more feminine versions of a suit. It might be, but no one said it should lack recently trending intellectual, uniformal, retro-ish plus geek-much vibes. Prints, patchwork, pleats, thigh split, midi to mini length - it all counts. Yet 'the coolest skirt suit of the season' title rightfully belongs to leather one. 



Shorts



There is no Spring/Summer season without short suit, right? So if you are all ready to show your perfect legs off then consider investing into a piece that's built around high waisted shorts and elongated, or again slightly oversized, blazer. Plus such a combination can be upgraded by a statement belt. 


Photo Courtesy: Fashion Tag, Vogue Runway, Vogue Runway, Vogue Runway


Putting suit-puzzle together for Spring/Summer 2016 season. 

Suits and a la suit combinations still remain an essential part of our wardrobes as female-ish emancipation is yet growing day by day according to Lidewij's Anti_Fashion Manifest. 
Designers are the one who feel changes and try tracking every single shift happening in our minds. Otherwise, how would you explain these strong, intellectual vibes appearing in suits that overtook Spring/Summer runways? So while Gucci keep developing their new distinctive 'geek'ish vintage' style, Versace tend to stick to their daring femininity, the same kind of approach was also spotted at Anthony Vaccarello and Mugler. It's all about bold statement coming from the inside in first place.
It's pretty clear about statement and intellectual sides of our Spring-ish suits, but what should it actually look like? Let's figure it out now...


Pants



Pant suits. Bet all of us by now have a few in a personal fashion arsenal. But even this type seem to undertake some seasonal changes. That's why you should definitely start paying more attention to embroidery, bold prints and shiny fabrics. In contrast to this come more masculine, or androgynous, examples. And consider that pants can be cropped while blazers tend to look slightly oversized.



Skirt



Skirt combos tend to be more feminine versions of a suit. It might be, but no one said it should lack recently trending intellectual, uniformal, retro-ish plus geek-much vibes. Prints, patchwork, pleats, thigh split, midi to mini length - it all counts. Yet 'the coolest skirt suit of the season' title rightfully belongs to leather one. 



Shorts



There is no Spring/Summer season without short suit, right? So if you are all ready to show your perfect legs off then consider investing into a piece that's built around high waisted shorts and elongated, or again slightly oversized, blazer. Plus such a combination can be upgraded by a statement belt. 


Photo Courtesy: Fashion Tag, Vogue Runway, Vogue Runway, Vogue Runway

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