Maison Scotch Spring/Summer 2013 Lookbook

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Maison Scotch Spring/Summer 2013 lookbook offers a range of cool summer clothes in bright colorful patterns and prints relaxed styles. Bright and versatile these clothes can be styled and worn in more formal as well as casual ways.

There are patterned jackets and colorful jeans that are paired with shirts, tops and blouses. There are also jumpsuits, maxi skirt, and various shorts. Mix prints, patterns, colors, and textures in your summer ensembles.

The tops also include light sweaters in colorful patterns and tees in star and stripe prints. Also among different interesting jackets there is a parka with a bright patterned lining that will add color to an early Spring wardrobe.

Pants come in a variety of styles. There are printed pants and jeans, skinny pants, chino and harem pants. They come in a range of colors from peachy pink to burnt orange. The black pants are embroidered at the sides and there are also leopard pants in the collection.

Some blazers are quite elegant so they could be worn to the office. They feature patterned embroidery and trendy studs but paired with a white shirt and a pencil skirt it could make for a Spring-like office look.

There are some more beachwear-like items that look both relaxed and cool and include oversize tees, shorts and a bright summer dress.

The footwear includes bright flat sandals, neon sneakers, loafers, wedges and leopard-printed ankle flat shoes. Handbags are big and bright and very beach-friendly but there are also small trendy clutches to finish the look with. Other accessories include straw Fedoras, leopard-printed frames, statement bracelets, rings and necklaces.

This is a great collection full of bold patterns. Mix them up or tone down with solid and neutral colors. What do you think?

Maison Scotch Spring 2013 Collection

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Mona Lis

A fashion enthusiast with passion for extremes; simple cuts vs. mad complexity, monochromatic pallets, and crazy color schemes. Interested in fashion from a perspective of a 'perfect look', 'outfit puzzles', and shopping.