American designer Kelly Wearstler pulled out a colour-seeped page from the 80's when creating her Fall RTW 2012 collection. Delightfully drenched in tinted acid-wash denim, luxurious chunky knits, quirky patterned fabrics and an impressive array of statement coats; this relative newcomer to the fashion industry proves that she is a force to be reckoned with. Kelly constructs fun and dynamic street wear that is wearable and accessible to the masses.
Wearstler's youthful Fall designs are displayed in vivacious shades of peach, plum, cranberry, chocolate, peppermint and electric blues. Her talent lies in ingeniously mixing different textures and layering one interesting piece upon the other, in a way that excites our visual style palates. We see flirty skirts over skinny jeans, feminine dresses over tights, prim studded shirts under tailored jackets and funky tees dressed in denim.
Although the theme of the collection may seem trend based, almost every one of the coats are a classic. The camel trench, cropped black biker, chic blazers and cute cardigans. The punk rock range is given a girly twist by way of the floaty asymmetrical skirts, sassy cocktail frocks and glossy silver pointy-toe heels. Taken apart, each eclectic piece will add a fiery spark to your closet, and put together - it will set it alight.
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*Photo credits: Style.com