The new Betty Barclay collection, radiating freshness and optimism, is striking in its variety of styles. Designers Betty Barclay have included unexpected elements of sporty chic and retro details in the 50s style, folklore, ethnic patterns, as well as embroidery in the style of Celtic tribes in the collection. The combination of different styles and fashion trends gives the summer collection a special charm.
Betty Barclay's key summer theme is urban chic. The hit of the collection - all kinds of prints on almost every piece of clothing - will help create a bright and unique image. Expressive mosaic and graphic patterns, floral decor will add elegance, charm and originality to the image. As for the silhouettes, a laconic classic cut dominates. Special emphasis on the variety of blazers and jackets. Short straight jackets with a zipper, feminine cardigans, long blousons with a strict business cut or a variety of raincoats and capes - you choose. Luxurious and expensive materials, together with original details, add a special stylish, modern touch.
Key Looks Spring / Summer 2013
The hit of the season - a fitted blazer with one button with a colorful floral print - is worn with dark classic jeans and a white blouse.
The youth short jacket goes well with feminine blouses, especially in combination with skinny trousers. This slight negligence looks stylish and will certainly attract attention.
The length of the skirt for the coming season is classic; whimsical designs and graphic designs are balanced by a classic cut and moderate length. A suede vest will perfectly complete a stylish look, consisting of a bright skirt or tight trousers with an original print.
The catwalks are filled with flying, airy pleated skirts, which can be classic black or soft calm "powdered" tones. Dresses are often made of jersey and are characterized by a laconic, simple and comfortable cut.
Blouses, tops, tunics are full of not only colorful colors, but also a variety of applications and decorative details. Pullovers are still in vogue - now they are adorned with shiny details, mixing glossy and matte materials.
Active saturated colors are effectively combined with neutral ones. Vivid contrasts are used in laconic simple models, expressively emphasizing the silhouette, while gentle and romantic pastel shades are combined with more natural neutrals to elegantly balance the femininity of the image.