It is obviously very Kate Moss and as we are all not supermodels some pieces will be more wearable than others, the silver lame maxi dress for example would be a tricky style to wear, however there are few pieces in the collection that are timeless and chic and will be 'hard workers' in your wardrobe. Her collection is 'going out' heavy with very few daytime pieces which is a shame as I love her day to day wear. Nevertheless here are my favourites and how I would wear them:
|Sequin Embroidered Mesh Jacket £85|
This would look fab on holiday over a white vest top, pale blue distressed jeans and some flat metallic sandals for a relaxed dressed up look.
|Beaded Fringe Jacket £225|
I love the idea of this jacket being dressed down, worn with jeans and heels and a pale grey tee. Or worn over a black jumpsuit. It is expensive but the style is timeless so would be a 'keeper'.
|Scallop Shorts £46|
Very cute, I would wear these with a little chambray shirt and cut out brogue shoes or strappy flat sandals.
|Aztec Print Sundress £60|
A beautiful day to evening summer holiday dress, wear during the day with black thin Havianas and then in the eve with metallic sandals.
|Embroidered Smock Blouse £60|
This would look great with a pair of black ankle length skinny jeans and flat metallic sandals.
|Embroidered Smock Dress £75|
A great dress to throw over a bikini wear with with tan leather flat strappy sandals.
|Paisley Print Chiffon Scarf £45|
This would look cool in a Kate Moss/Jamie Hince way over an slouchy grey tee, blue skinny jeans, slouchy tan suede boots and a black blazer.
As always I would love to hear your thoughts and comments, Frances xxx