If I were working for Miranda Priestly’s office, I’m pretty sure she would fire my sorry ass over this blog post… but, since I work for myself and nobody else, I don’t have anything to worry about.
I mean I get it, suggesting wearing flowers for the spring is tad predictable and clichéd, despite this, designers took inspiration from Mother Nature once again. From Dunhill to Topman, vegetation of all kinds was strongly seen in SS15 collections.
Exotic leaves and blooms became brighter, bolder and were featured in oversized forms, turning into charming patterns (something we haven’t seen in previous seasons). California-based brand, MR. TURK is no stranger to this: simple silhouettes in unique patterns, textures and colors are their signature look.
For this reason, when DETAILS magazine asked me to shoot a look for their March trend page on “How to do” suits for spring, I knew right away I needed to wear MR. TURK. Clearly, the brand isn’t suited (pun intended) for your average self-conscious pal, all the contrary, their customer isn’t afraid to stand out! – #perfectmatch
Before you go all Andy Warhol on me, let me warn you: be aware of the pattern of choice because you can easily end up looking like a cheap flower bouquet. The key to mastering the flowery head-to-toe suit look is to keep the rest of your outfit simple and accessories to the minimum. – Just like I did here, by pairing MR. TURK poppy suit with a basic white shirt plus a pair of dazzling sunglasses.
Thurston Blazer: MR. TURK
Easy-Iron Shirt: H&M
Clyde Slim Trouser: MR. TURK
EDGE Sunglasses: HAZE Collection
Suede Shoes: Topman (Similar)
Now run to your nearest magazine stand and get the DETAILS March issue, look for me and snap a picture! #wheresmanchic
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