Batik-inspired patterns, sun-yellow, hemp and primary colours work together in the Summer 2013 collections from GSUS.
Summer wardrobe staples like v-necks, tanks and cotton t-shirts starting at $39 a piece!
Come quick, sizes are moving fast!
Shorts galore! Choose from a bunch of patterns and colours (our fav is the sun-yellow!). Complete your summer-vibe with a denim jacket and a couple of fresh summer button-downs.
The above look includes the pim carbonised 100% cotton tee, $75
and the jp fancy light metal twill blazer, $255
The look below includes the usa solid firm coated cotton jacket in coral orange, $255
Styling advice from the Edmonton Journal's latest style column by Amanda Ash.
CB's own Rosslyn Boulanger and Charly Blais pictured above (photographed by Megan Voss).
“Neons are an uplifting and empowering palette,” says Rosslyn Boulanger of ColourBlind Boutique. “We used to have them back in ‘the rave days.’ It’s something we’re happy to see again. It’s a lot of fun to wear and it’s a great way to make a statement.”
For those skeptical about dipping into nifty neons, Boulanger says a bright necklace, clutch, belt or pair of sunglasses can add an instant pop of colour to an otherwise neutral outfit. Beauty products, such as a coral lipstick or a sunshine shade of yellow nail polish, are another way to flirt with fluorescents. Or, you can opt for an item with a hint of neon incorporated into a pattern.
(excerpt from the Edmonton Journal article; click the logo below to read up on the rest of the piece)