By Elise French
If creating your own unique look for summer gets your imagination going, then you’re going to love the pieces that both Chelsea Flower and Love Sam have come up with for the season ~ amazing styles, beautiful materials, unique embellishments…items you just won’t find anywhere else!
A quintessential compilation of summer staples, Chelsea Flower has taken its modern scope on classic silhouettes to new heights with their Summer 2012 collection. Pulling inspiration from the effortlessly stylish it girl that had a permanent seat in the VIP room at Studio 54, Chelsea Flower blends retro with modern and uptown with downtown.
The palette consists of soft pastels, punches of neon & shiny metallics. The collection also boasts new fashion forward cuts including asymmetric tanks, off shoulder tube tops and lace trim maxi dresses, making a truly ideal assortment for today’s cutting edge closets.
Standout pieces include effortlessly chic ombre tops, beaded tanks and flowy dresses. Celebrity cult favorite, the cropped roll-up shirt, as seen on Rihanna, Sofia Vergara and Camilla Alves is also back this season! The Chelsea Flower Summer 2012 collection retails from $150 – $370 and is available at fine retailers nationwide including Barneys, Bloomingdale’s, Intermix, Scoop and Saks Fifth Avenue.
Love Sam Summer 2012 Collection
Take a trip to the Sahara Desert with Love Sam’s Summer Collection.
Embark on your own fashion reawakening with simply chic separates including detail-rich maxi skirts, embellished tops and mosaic print dresses. Standout pieces include the flamenco maxi dress in a grey patterned tie dye print, gathered maxi skirts in a range of neutrals and the beaded fringe kaftan, with its interesting cut and embellished neck.
Each item is made up of fine materials including cotton, silk and crinkle-gauze that resists wrinkles and wear allowing versatility and easy packing.
The Love Sam Summer 2012 collection retails from $120 – $350 and is available at fine boutiques nationwide (including Barney’s, Calypso & Intermix) and online retailers (including Bigdropnyc.com and Revolveclothing.com).
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