Flattering black, beige and white belted shirt dresses, cropped V tops and cut-out bodycon frocks lay down a sophisticated foundation for Paule Ka's Spring 2014 range. Spiced red and rose pink provide a more romantic tone to the seemingly utilitarian collection with pretty cocktail dresses in classic silhouettes. The label's signature bow detail makes an appearance upon sexy snipped-off shoulders and light summer jackets.
To set the solids apart, we are presented with graphic ceramic prints that are inspired by the French commune, Vallauris. Electric shades in digital watercolors are patterned upon slim-fitting pants, retro mini dresses and prim buttoned shirts. Paule Ka gives the wearer a timeless variety of proportions to suit any figure, from sleek pencil skirts to midi circle skirts, loosely sewn coats, figure-hugging mini's and an outstanding voluminous cerise pink gown.
Here is a view into the elegant and relatable Paule Ka Spring/Summer 2014 collection.
Which of these Paule Ka looks could you see yourself wearing?
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