The Looks – Autumn 2012

New season – new looks! With the new season come the seasonal must-haves. The pieces you can’t go without, the pieces which update your wardrobe feeling fresh, brand new and bang on the trend.

The Lindex design team has selected trends, specific pieces and looks as its Autumn Essentials.

“When we were working with the collections for this autumn, we were especially inspired by certain fashion statements of the 1960s and 1990s. We also turned to mother nature and the wonderful range of colours that are displayed during autumn,” says Nina Söderström, one of Lindex’s designers.

Sixties Mood
This is a well-dressed look with a lovingly wink at the 1960s, seen in the strong graphic prints and colour choices.  The patterns are easily distinguished, with checks and bold colour blockings as the dominant features. Simplicity also defines the colour palette – black, grey, white and vibrant colours like red, both bright red and burgundy, and green. The silhouette is boxy or A-line, wider on top and narrow below.

Key pieces with the 1960s flair include slim cigarette trousers, patterned trousers, pencil skirts, oversized sweaters, simple dresses, jackets and blouses with round necklines. Accessories like large bags in accent colours complete the look.

Gritty Chic
This is a look comprised of contradictions. The past meets the present in a raw, but chic look with traces of the 1990s. The silhouette is skinny below and wider on top.  Very skinny jeans and other trousers are worn with oversized sweaters, blouses and other tops, as well as Chanel-style jackets. Quilted bags or clutches with studs are important accessories, along with high heels to add feminine glamour and touch of rock-n-roll.

The most important colours are black and various shades of grey and white, with touches of blue, red and metallic accents.

Earthy Spirit
A look inspired by nature, in terms of both the colour choices and prints that are seen in this collection. Essential items are skinny jeans and other types of slim trousers with 7/8 length, printed T-shirt dresses and blouses.

The colour palette consists of warm autumn tones like rust, brown and mustard yellow that are teamed with putty beige, white, denim blue and light grey.

For complete look book and high resolution images, please visit Lindex Newsroom


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