The amazing trend of surprising and colorful outfits with a defined feminine vibe is highly valued now, as this style has a strong power of attracting loads of attention with the gorgeous complexity and rich color palette. This is what attracted the renowned Italian fashion house Missoni for its spring 2012 collection, demonstrated during Milan Fashion Week. Famous for its bold knits, Missoni played with vibrant colors, exuberant ruffled designs, a beautiful mix of knits and fringe in sweet hues of cerulean, magenta and coffee in its spring 2012 collection.
Eclecticism is the best word for the latest Missoni Spring 2012 collection, which instantly becomes a magnet for attention due to the more than visible ultra-colorful designs and rich patterned outfits. An interesting Spanish vibe is reflected in each of the designs, which is best revealed thanks to the abundance of big dramatic ruffles, fringes, a myriad of eclectic motifs, exciting hues, traditional Missoni prints and light summer layers complete with hanging tassels. Apparently designer Angela Missoni found her inspiration in Spanish culture, or more precisely the vibrant flamenco dancers of Spain for her newest collection.
What to expect from the true Missoni girl in the upcoming warm season? “She’s a very happy girl, full of life,” the designer said. “She’s been dancing all night and she’s coming back now in the early morning.” With the multitude of mouth-watering designs available in the Missoni Spring 2012 collection, we have lots of reasons to get excited about the arrival of the new sunny season now.
One of the most vivid trends brought by the label for the upcoming season is one shoulder dresses. Another style reflected in the Missoni Spring 2012 collection is knitwear, which comes quite subtle, yet uber-fashionable this season. The color palate of the line includes magenta, deep purple tones, intense browns or fabulous yellow hues and lots of prints. Judging by the amazing Missoni Spring 2012 collection, vibrant spring is waiting for us, giving freedom to the craziest and the strangest style ideas.
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