Feminine, Floaty and Flirty Fashion Inspired by a Victorian Tea Party
Summer 2012 Seasonal Collection from Alice McCall
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For her Spring/Summer 2011 -2012 collection, Alice McCall was inspired by the old world charm of a Victorian tea party, which she juxtaposed with a modern ‘It-Girl’ appeal. English floral, Wedgewood and enlarged scarf prints took centre stage, helping to recreate the scene of an abandoned garden tea party. The signature stiff structure of the Victorian era were left behind in favour for flowing, flirty silhouettes – dresses are short and full skirted, longer lines recieve sexy flesh-flashing cut-outs, while playsuits and shorts are given a sporty-feel. The collection features a delicate palette of cream, white, pale mint, nude, terracotta, navy, gold and black.
Key looks of the collection include, cut-out lace dresses, pleat detailing, scarf-print jumpsuits, sequen embellisments, body-con tailoring and gold Fleur de Lys graphics.
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