Autumn-Winter 2014/15 – Etro introduces a line from other areas of the world; mid-west meets native American.

The artistic prints are encouraged by the cuts of the items creating a heavy yet practical look.

Although there is not a lot in the way of flattering the female figure, there is a dramatic way in which the flowing materials gather and compliment each other. Layers upon patterns and vice versa create a different shape.

The vintage colours and the modern styles blend together successfully by the way in which they move together. Delectable materials look comfortable whilst still forming a look.

Genie pants with a festival print is a look within itself, even as an ultimate clash, dressed down with moccasin shaped velvet boots and a simple, satchel handbag will accentuate the feel of the autumn and the turning of the trees to the colder depths of the dark evenings.


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Written by Amy Evans

Graduated from University College Falmouth with a Bachelors Degree in Journalism. I have a large weakness for fashion and a love for designers as well as a strong passion for writing and blogging. With experience working at London Fashion Week, a fashion blog up and running and previous work published, I am prepared to take the Fashion Journalism world by storm!

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