Sleeveless shirts are one of the biggest trends for Spring and denim shirts is one trend that will never go out of style (no matter how much people want it too). So why not combine the two trends? That is exactly what Siwy did for their Natalie Shirt in Someone Like You.
I can see this shirt being popular with many girls. It is a great piece for summer. The wash alone is something that is really amazing. It is one that you can wear with just about anything. The style is also very versatile. Being sleeveless you can wear it with a jacket without adding bulk at the sleeves or just wear it by itself with some jeans or shorts. You can click here to purchase this shirt at Singer22 for $174.
The new Skyler-jegger from Firetrap is designed to revolutionise your denim collection. It’s unique in design as the jean has 100% stretch denim which is one of the highest extensions in the denim market today.
The jean offers high performance recovery with great freedom of movement, covering the body without restriction with a high level of comfort. I think they look really cool and everyone loves jeggings! Especially jeggings that are more affordable! You can watch the video above and shop the collection by clicking here.
With Earth Day coming up (22nd April), G-Star thought showcasing their Spring/Summer 2012 RAW Sustainable line with you would be a great idea, and I couldn’t agree more! As Earth Day celebrates the planet, G-Star’s line fits in perfectly because it offers sustainable fashionable denim focused pieces made with 100% organic cotton!
For Spring/Summer 2012 a ‘cruise voyage sustainable’ feel is expressed through the blend of naval, utility-wear influences and feminine elements. The highlights include the high-waist Navy Flare, Navy Short and Navy Pencil Skirt which you can see in the gallery below. They blend typical naval button rows at the front pockets with G-Star Elwood inspired 3D effects.
The G-Star RAW Sustainable products seek to minimize environmental impact without sacrificing style. The RAW Organic range items only use natural manufacturing processes, minimizing the need for pesticides and other pollutants. I’m glad more and more brands are doing their part in helping the planet. I think the collection is nice too, I like the hooded denim jacket with the lace tie at the neck line.
True Religion have a new collection called the Love and Haight collection which launched on their website and in stores a little while ago. The collection is inspired by San Francisco’s famed Haight-Ashbury district during the counterculture 1960’s.
It is made up of a variety of pieces including a patchwork bell bottom, floor length skirt and a cropped jacket in a variety of washes. Each of these are hand-crafted using reclaimed fabric for a unique one-of-a-kind look, while also featuring recycled tin hardware and is made entirely in the USA. The brand said that the collection is really strong and is a great representation of True Religion’s heritage.
I have included still life images and Spring/Summer 2012 campaign images that feature the product as well in the gallery below. What do you think of the new Love and Haight collection? I actually really like a few of the items, especially those shorts above and the cropped jacket. Both are very cute! I have listed the styles and price information for you below. Do you like any specific pieces?
· Carrie Bell Bottom – $308
· Bobby Low Rise Flare – $283
· Morgan Flare – $312
· Joey Cut-off Shorts – $213
· Sadie Cut-off Mini Skirt – $213
· Dakota Floor Length Skirt – $312
· Vintage Rocky Shirt – $251
· Cropped Western Jada Jacket – $339