Cacharel Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Collection – Paris Fashion Week
Despite the limited number of the looks unveiled, the Cacharel fall/winter 2015-2016 collection manages to bring diversity to the scene both color and style wise. There you have flirty dresses for cocktail parties, elegant ensembles to wear to the office, as well as an array of comfy and cool outerwear designs to bundle up in style this fall. It’s a timeless, chic and pretty feminine collection composed of all the fall wardrobe must-haves that you need to build up day-to-day ladylike looks, as well as outfits meant for elevating your party styling. A distinctive French attitude envelops every single look presented here, making the process of emulating the iconic French woman’s style so easy now.
The lookbook of the new Cacharel fall 2015 ready-to-wear collection kicks off with a soft nude color palette spiced up with burnt orange, brown and mustard tones to break the monotony of the looks. We see some amazing perfectly tailored oversized coats here topping the knit dresses featuring interesting color-blocked patterns. The asymmetric hemline coat with a belt on the waist is pretty enough to wear on the naked body as a dress, styling it all with a pair of classic nude pumps for the undeniably chic outcome. The cropped cable knit sweater teamed with the high-waist flared skirt looks especially cozy and chic when styled with the fluffy fur scarf. The looks here are all finished off with the same nude pumps, as well as lovely knitted beanies and scarfs to add warmth to the looks that put the focus on the bare legs.
Suddenly the mood of the collection changes and we are treated to more ethereal designs, like the printed silk dress with a bow tie on the neck, being a striking alternative for party dressing. The duo of the cream mini dresses can be timeless investments for your fall wardrobe, also looking quite functional for much warmer days: one of them is even complemented with silver heeled sandals, which you can’t actually wear in winter unless you live in sunny California. There is an airy white shirt you can add to your office wardrobe, while the red coat and the bubbly red dress are perhaps the most coveted pieces in this range for those who don’t shy away from extra attention and compliments. We see lots of knits combined with fur trimmings for the overly luxurious and warm looks, and their nude coloring makes them super versatile pieces for mix and matching with other designs from the collection.
After the classic tailored black pants matched with a white shirt and a black fur vest, blue takes the lead coming both solid and printed and looking way too opulent to be ignored. Printed blue dresses and monochrome options, cable knit sweaters matched with knitted beanies in the same eclectic shade and chic coats are some of the pretty offerings you can find in this range of the looks. The two closing looks go back to the soft colors with white and beige tones being the protagonists. The deep V-back of the long-sleeved lace dress and the sleeveless design of the following one add a summer-y breath to the looks, making them ideal pieces for the transitional seasons as well.
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