Alice + Olivia Spring/Summer 2014 RTW – New York Fashion Week
Remember the last romantic book you’ve read or maybe the movie you’ve watched? Then the Alice + Olivia spring/summer 2014 collection will surely remind you of them. “It’s prep meets pretty, collegiate with a romantic twist,” said Stacey Bendet about her Alice + Olivia presentation at New York Fashion Week and that’s absolutely true to life.
The Alice and Olivia spring/summer 2014 collection includes exclusively cute and beautiful pieces created with an incredible touch of romantic mood. The pieces are mainly made on the thematic concentration of skirt-top combination, at the same time including wonderfully designed dresses. The color choice is also intended to create the overall dreamy atmosphere of the line: keeping things within the frames of light and graceful shades, white, cream, black, green and barn reddish take the control of the line. The most interesting part of this selection are the combinations based on which charming duets are formed: from monotone and explicitly presented black-and-white options to graphic designs of red an array of classic combos can be seen.
Other jewels of the Alice + Olivia spring/summer 2014 collection are the floral prints used on some pieces to give the looks the effect of being cute and fabulous at the same time. The shapes also go according to the principle of duality: various and to the point simultaneously. The pieces vary from pleated skirts and scoop-shaped necklines to pretty elbow-length jackets created on various color themes.
Finally, it would be unfair not to mention the truly magnificent ball dresses created on the color theme of cream and shades of grey that are like the main shiny treasures of the Alice and Olivia spring/summer 2014 collection. They are made with delicate floral designs that will keep you watching over and over.
So if you’re in panic trying to choose what to wear on a date or on a ball you’ve been invited to, this collection can be a great help for you. So come on! Here it goes!
Photos courtesy of WWD