Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Line I Love: Wildfox Couture

Ever since spotting Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale and Kristen Cavallari in Wilfox Couture's Feather Raglan back in 2008, I have been head-over-heels in love with the line. Created in 2007 by Emily Faulstich and Kimberley Gordon, childhood friends inspired by sleepovers, beautiful books, fairies, dreams, vintage t-shirts and their friendship, the knitwear brand originally consisting of only tees has progressed to now include distressed cut-offs and flattering skinny jeans, fun, graphic tanks, hoodies and sweatshirts, dresses and super soft sweatpants. Now that it's summer, I suggest you infuse some Wildfox into your wardrobe. The following are my four favourite pieces for the summer season:

Piece 1: The Heather High Waist Short in Light Acid Wash

As seen on Vanessa Hudgens at this year's Coachella Music Festival, the Heather High Waist Short in Light Acid Wash is the perfect alternative to your everyday denim cut-offs. They're a little bit 80's and a whole lot cool.

Piece 2: Rainbow Bright Baggy Beach Jumper

The best thing about Wildfox, hands down, is their prints! This Rainbow Bright Baggy Beach Jumper will help keep you warm on nights the temperature drops a little in an adorably cheery, season appropriate manner. Plus, I own one of these babies already, and the way it hangs just perfectly off the shoulder? Sigh. Amazing.

Piece 3: The Feather Raglan Tee

I know, I know. The Feather Raglan Tee is old (it's basically what put Wildfox on the map in the first place) but it's too cute not to mention! Besides, what screams summer of 2011 more than feathers? Wear it with short shorts and a pile of bangles for a bohemian, concert-ready look.

Piece 4: Wildfox Flamingo Tank

This Flamingo Tank will be perfect for the days it feels so impossibly hot you'd swear your skin could melt off. The back of it is impossibly teeny to show off your (safely developed) tan, plus the print is! Throw it overtop of your bikini while lounging poolside for a cute, beachy look.

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