Sunday, 11 October 2015

Debenhams AW 15

Designers at Debenhams is a great collection of some of the most celebrated designers  we've got in UK and if not for the department store's line we hardly could afford anything from these fashion stars. This season I've found a very 1970s vibe, lots of colours which is fundamental when spending months and months in a gloomy and cold weather.
This Principle by Ben De Lisi ensemble is my favourite. The black jumper tones down the brightness of the trousers which sport the best colours in the world : purple and orange. With the same fabric and pattern the collection has got a dress, a blouse and a jumper.
Still from the Principle by Ben De Lisi collection, this superb coat will see you through the dark mornings gifting your fellow commuters with a splash of colours. I can't understand why during the winter we have to wear something dark and sad when we 've got so much choice  on all those happy and warm nuances.
The 1970s theme is with J by Jasper Conran as well, giving us the impression that we could all look like Julie Christie. This skirt in navy and grey with its zigzag pattern will need only a turtle neck jumper, a pair of boots and a smoky eye to perfect your  vintage look.
These suedette shorts from H! by Henry Holland are lovely, obviously given the low temperatures in UK the best way to wear them is pair them with a pair of thick tights and a pair of brogues or Chelsea boots. As you can see there is lots of colours on the shop floor at Debenhams, something I love. Check out the prices as well which are very affordable giving value for money to every garment.
Debut, the line where you can find beautiful dresses for all your formal occasions has come up with a collection that oozes glamour. This floral dress is something that reminds me of a Hollywood film, maybe worn by Audrey Hepburn, so keep this in mind when accessorise and think about hairstyle and make up. For more inspirations and to plan some serious shopping go to www.debenhams.com, buy online or check your nearest store.





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