Splash is known for shopping on a budget. They aspire to make high street fashion accessible, affordable and wearable. And do a pretty decent job at that. If I could advise improvement, I would like them to use better raw material.
Anyway. Coming back to the trends I spotted during the show. I am excluding trends for accessories and men in this post, and will come back to it later.
As the theme of the show was romance, we saw quite a bit of red, with hues of blue, black and white thrown in. The show began with model on a swing, with piano in the background. Soon the show picked up pace and went on to showcase some brilliant pieces.
Prints Prints Prints!
You know I am obsessed with prints these days and when I saw them on the runway, I almost jumped with excitement.
Although I am not a fan of floral prints, I was duly impressed by the designs using floral base in Splash AW ’13 collection. The designer has used contradicting patterns to create an edgy look, without compromising on chic.
|One of my absolute favorites – CC Recommended!|
|Been there, done that…but still a classic. CC Recommended|
Winter collections are hardly sans leather. And Splash was no exception. From jackets to pants, they had used the material in a variety of ways – and all swanky.
|The understated style beckons me – CC Recommended|
Like leather, plaid pattern s another must-have for winters. Although the pattern isn’t very original, some of the style definitely were. Check them out here:
The show was periodically punctuated with prom dress; there was nothing I hadn’t seen before. How many of these have you seen around?
So, how did you find Splash’s AW ’13 collection? Any particular pieces you are hung on? Let us know – we love to hear from you!