SS16 what to take from the catwalk?

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SS16 what to take from the catwalk?

 Are you seeing the link between all these spring posts?

I wouldn't say I'm an avid watcher of every designer that graces the catwalks. Sure it's nice to look at what's in vogue so to speak, yet I really enjoy just wearing whatever I feel as well. We can take a lot from the catwalks however, and incorporate it with our own style at a cheaper price might I add!


Lately though I've been watching the catwalks more and more so I thought I would do a round up post of my favourite catwalk items and clothing for Spring 2016 and what we can take from them! With how to replicate the look with a high street similar.

Gucci SS16
 November/ December I stumbled upon Gucci SS16 and I fell in love. I fell in love so much I dedicated a whole chunk of my personal study for textiles talking about it. 


This collection basically screams 'buy me' if only I had the sufficient funds for every piece I dearly would.

Two piece coordinate sets are very chic, sleek and beautiful for spring. The pastel colours, ruffles and bowed blouses are elegant and can be applied to nearly any outfit. Do I want to pay thousands... certainly not. Here are some alternatives, not exactly the same but shows you how the high street is incorporating these looks and you can too.

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Gucci Resort 2016: Image 1 of ASOS Tweedy Blazer with Scallop Edge Co-ord

                                                                                                            
Image 1 of ASOS Frill Detail Contrast Tie BlouseGucci Spring 2016 Ready-to-Wear Collection Photos - Vogue:  
Fendi Spring 2016
Fendi Spring 2016 Ready-to-Wear Collection Photos - Vogue:  
Fendi SS16 is simple but adorable, its all about the A-line mini and puffball combo an accentuated waist flows well with the flow-y ruffled blouses we saw just before. Bagging yourself one of this beauties is always a good idea, they come around so quick and never seem to go 'out'. They can be dressed up with a heel or played down with a flat.

Chanel SS16
Green Floral Print Pleated Peter Pan Collar Three Quarter Length Sleeve Dress Chanel Spring 16.:
There is so much to take from Chanel, but I think this year its this statement sheen that Chanel's clothes have as well as the delicate pleating. Overlapped with a suit style jacket and a work outfit is born.

So what do you think? Would you go for anyone of these items? Do you love these three designers this year, sprin gis just around the corner... so the question is ehat will you be wearing?

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Til the next time,
Katia 


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