The Roy Roger’s S/S 2014 Women’s Lookbook has really adorable summer pieces. Roy Roger’s, the Italian lifestyle brand which we had recently introduced to you here @Denimology, has it all. The denim, the matching shirts and tops and all you can think about wearing in the “hopefully” warm and sunny summer season to come.
More and more feminine and complete in its sporting mood, the Roy Roger’s women’s collection takes its cue from two opposing worlds and expresses the forms and colors for this Spring/Summer 2014 in two macro themes.
The softly falling lines find their inspiration in Japan with garments made from linen, Japanese cottons, printed silks and gabardines patterned with micro Liberty motifs, in tones ranging from indigo to beige and gold. Fuchsias, royal blues and greens – often applied with the tie & dye coloring technique – recall the bright colors and psychedelic fantasies of California in the seventies. They are the distinguishing feature of high-waisted slim pants; of macro floral prints on mini-skirts, shorts and denim trousers; or become brush-like strokes on cashmere and silk mini-cardigans.
Skirts, soft and knee-length in canvas, but mini in denim – are being worn with kimono-style tunics, with masculine style see-through blouses or with t-shirts, often zip-ups, allowing glimpses of the waistline.
To complete the collection, a line of tailored jackets in linen silk – which, in woven versions,
highlight the weave of the colored yarns that compose toned-down fantasies – to alternate
with studded jackets in black, red and mud-colored leather.
You can purchase the Roy Roger’s women’s collection here.