F&F Clothing are today launching their fabulous new collection, which is being promoted with some very cool imagery. The collection contains wide leg trousers, elongated waistcoats that have surely been influenced by Victoria Beckham, and a black dress that will surely become a staple of many holiday wardrobes come summer.
Colours are stark, a palette of white, black and khaki that give the collection a feel that borders on ‘Out of Africa’ merged with Lauren Hutton’s safari style. The wide leg trousers owe more to the Wallis Simpson 1930s look than the 70s flares and bell bottoms that are on display everywhere else this season. Whilst the striking look with the bandeau tops may not be for everyone, imagine teaming the trousers with fuss free silk shirts, or short sleeved cashmere jumpers. This look would take you stylishly through spring.
My favourite piece is the classic mackintosh in khaki green. I love this as an alternative to cream or beige, and the slightly slouchy style means that this would look just as good belted over jeans, as it would worn over your little black dress.
The collection is hitting stores from today, and will also be available online. Prices range from £22 for the trousers, to £38 for the trenchcoat. The bandeau (if you are brave enough!) is just £5. This collection offers something a little different from the 70s trend that is dominating this season, and I think it is well worth a look!
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