SET Spring/Summer 2014 Collection
Classy and chic? Sure! This is what the dumbfounding SET spring/summer 2014 collection is thoroughly embedded with. From top trendy and chic drives to curious patterns and comfortable pieces, this collection has all that you could ever wish to have. The delicately chosen shapes and combinations only enhance the striking effect of the images.
The eye-catching diversity of the design patterns and the garments is the next advantage of the SET spring/summer 2014 lookbook. In this way, the opening image presents a super effective combination of the top, the skinny jeans, and the leopard-printed coat. The tropical background of the following image is used to introduce the cute flare miniskirt, the classy pale blue shirt, the hems of which are tied in a knot, and the biker leather jacket.
White with khaki green is the accent of the following look, presenting a super cute white top, topping white jacket, and stunning shorts, the combo of which is finished off with the nice sunglasses. The minimalistic tee dress and the comfy small handbag are the following stunners. Also, we can’t miss the memorable composition of the white shirt, the pale blue pants with slightly cuffed shapes, and the stripy jacket matching it. The classy heels coming as play pairs for this and many other garments are also impressive and noteworthy.
The cool leather pants and the sporty red jacket we see in the following shot also have the potential to be included in the top looks of the SET spring/summer 2014 campaign. The same can be said about the following absolutely striking red pants. For getting the diversity of the shapes even further, the line also introduces the luxurious black jumpsuit, the bordeau jacket, the duo of the knitted sweater with the wide-leg shorts, the leather dress, and such options as the pleated skirts, and the laser cut tops.
So don’t forget to include the SET spring/summer 2014 collection’s pieces in your possible choices for the coming season, and simply get inspired by the wonderful combinations presented here.
Photos courtesy of SET